Jean Rabel encompasses a vast amount of space, a gorgeous landscape, and a loving and generous people who are willing to work and eager to cooperate. However, for lack of opportunity in education and vocation at home, many of the potential leaders of the countryside such as Jean Rabel migrate to the capital of Port-au-Prince. By developing opportunities outside of the capital, specifically in Jean Rabel, less Haitians will desire to move away from home, causing a decrease in the capital’s overcrowding, and an increase in prosperity throughout the countryside.
We at VOJR desire to work with leaders who are called back to their hometown of Jean Rabel in building a flourishing Haitian community. Such areas that have potential to be established or expanded are: