Feature Cause

Donate & Help

Save a Life

Medecins du Monde Jane Addams reduce child mortality challenges Ford Foundation. Diversification shifting landscape advocate pathway to a better life rights international. Assessmen

Donate Now
Feature Cause

Feed the Poor

To Help Them Survive

Medecins du Monde Jane Addams reduce child mortality challenges Ford Foundation. Diversification shifting landscape advocate pathway to a better life rights international. Assessmen

Donate Now
Feature Cause

Save Humanity

To Help Them Survive

Medecins du Monde Jane Addams reduce child mortality challenges Ford Foundation. Diversification shifting landscape advocate pathway to a better life rights international. Assessmen

Donate Now
Feature Cause

Donate & Help

To Give Them a Life

Medecins du Monde Jane Addams reduce child mortality challenges Ford Foundation. Diversification shifting landscape advocate pathway to a better life rights international. Assessmen

Donate Now

PATRONAT D"ASSISTANCE SOCIALE EN DEVELOPMENT COMMUNAUTAIRE

  • Director/President: Doctor meneck Principal

  • Secretaire General: Andre Luxon.

  • Livavois 17, Rue Philippe Halene #37(Bon Repos).
    Croix Des Bouquets. Port-Au-Prince, Haiti.

  • +50934220307.

  • Pasdecp@Gmail.Com

Our Latest Blog

Protect refugee and migrant children, and those affected by conflict




Every day, refugee children, migrant children and children affected by conflict face unspeakable human rights violations and threats to their safety and well-being – and this in the absence of a pandemic. For many of these girls and boys, access to basic health care and facilities is extremely limited, while cramped living conditions make social distancing unfeasible.

These children, too often hidden from the world's view, must not be forgotten during the COVID-19 response. 2020 was already set to be a year with more people than ever in need of humanitarian assistance, and this pandemic will only compound the vulnerabilities of children in crisis-affected countries.

COVID-19 is bringing a new threat to already battered countries




For the hundreds of millions of children living through conflict or in some of the world’s most fragile places, limited access to essential services has become a sad daily reality.

UNICEF was already working to improve healthcare, water and sanitation, access to learning and protection services for children struggling just to survive. But the COVID-19 pandemic presents yet another challenge to already battered and desperately overburdened health, education and social protection systems.

UNICEF and partners are on the frontlines, working to protect and improve the lives of every child – helping prevent the spread of COVID-19 and other diseases, and giving young people a chance for a more hopeful future.

Protecting the most vulnerable children from the impact of coronavirus




The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic is of a scale most people alive today have never seen. Worldwide, the outbreak is claiming lives and livelihoods as health systems buckle, schools close and families struggle to stay afloat.

Communities across the globe are rising to the challenge – from health and social workers risking their lives to protect the most vulnerable, to young people deploying innovative ways to share public health messages.

Yet, even as the spread of the virus slows in some countries, its social toll will come fast and hard. And in many places, it will come at the expense of the most marginalized children.

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) information centre



The COVID-19 pandemic has upended the lives of children and their families as health systems buckle, borders close, and schools and businesses shutter.

As the coronavirus has spread, so has misinformation – fueling discrimination and stigma. UNICEF is working with health experts to promote facts over fear, bringing trustworthy guidance to parents, caregivers and educators. We’re on the ground in more than 190 countries, partnering with front-line responders and providing them with the information and resources they need to keep children healthy and learning, protected from sickness and violence. We will get through this together, for every child.