As one of the newest VPI volunteers on board, I am in awe of what they stand for. VPI believes in not only sponsoring medical clinics, clean water projects & nutrition programs in Haiti, Uganda & Wimauma FL, but more importantly, empowering the communities to help themselves. Consistency and relationship building is critical for the success of their mission. Village Partners does with humility, kindness, service time and financial commitment. No salaries are drawn; everyone gets to do this without obligation, only with passion to the cause. Proud to be a part of an organization that exemplifies true altruism and compassion.
Village Partners International promotes health, education, and peace in the world village. The high integrity of volunteers and clients ensures that funds are always used appropriately. The talent, compassion, and commitment of partners from the U.S., Haiti, and Uganda enable projects to run efficiently. The blessing of a grant to pay an employee helps the efficiency too. The personal connections made between the wide range of age groups involved in the volunteer work and between cultures across nations is uplifting to the human spirit!
Village Partners International is an example of how personal compassion, local initiative, and individual abilities can successfully engage to make the world a better community.
Village Partners International is an organization of committed volunteers who partner, village to village, to help others help themselves. Since it's beginnings in 2009, it has helped build a pediatric clinic for children with HIV and Malaria in the village of Papoli, Uganda; has helped develop community public health programs and educational programs in outlying areas of rural Uganda and Haiti, has begun projects to develop, teach and give nutrition to those who are malnourished in these areas, has developed a feeding program at the schools in Papoli that it has partnered with PalmaCeia Presbyterian Church to build and sustain, has worked with the University of South Florida to bring graduate students to Uganda to assist with malaria prevention and nutrition, has raised funds to begin the building of an outpatient clinic for adults in Papoli, Uganda, has helped to run a small hospital in Mombin Crochu, Haiti, sending medical teams to care for, teach, give dental and surgical care, has worked with those devastated by the Earthquake that destroyed so much of Haiti, and has partnered with Beth-El Mission, a community that supports migrant workers in Florida. VPI believes that empowering those in need with the tools to develop their own resourses improves sustainability and viability of projects that ultimately heal, nourish, and empower those who have such great need. For we, who have been given so much, realize the gift we receive by helping others. help