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Doing Life

to create a brighter

You can Make a difference

Welcome to Life Ansamn in Cap Rouge, Haiti. 

350+ Patients per month

130 Women supported by Birthing center this year 

28 Jobs Created

 63 Water Catchment 
systems installed

Our Vision

Our focus is on church, education, job creation/community development, and family care. We offer a range of services to support these areas, including healthcare, education and training, job placement, and community development.

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We operate a hospital and birthing center in Cap Rouge, providing essential healthcare services to the community. Through these services, we offer preventative care and health education programs to promote healthy living.


Community Development

We work closely with the community to identify areas of need and develop programs and initiatives to address them. Our goal is to create a sustainable future for the community of Cap Rouge.

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Community outreach

Outreach is the heartbeat of Ansanm. Whether it’s a scheduled program or a casual cup of coffee with a neighbor, relationships are what matter most.



Education is key to unlocking opportunities and creating a better future. We offer a range of education and training programs, including vocational training, job placement, and scholarships.


who we are

Life Ansanm is a non-profit organization that seeks to empower the community of Cap Rouge. We are creating partnerships with the community and investing in its people, creating sustainable models that are growing followers of Christ, providing quality education for children, and creating jobs and care for families in the community.


Community development involves implementing sustainable projects and initiatives that support the growth and empowerment of local communities, fostering positive change and progress.

Kay Akouchman

  (Birthing Center)

Kay Akouchman (Creole for Birthing House) offers holistic maternal care by certified Haitian midwives and nurses, ensuring the well-being of both mother and baby while preparing for a safe delivery.


It fills a critical gap in maternity care in Cap Rouge, where women gave birth at home without medical professionals or were to travel an hour down the mountain to Jacmel for services.

Over the years, we have worked with the community of Cap Rouge to create a better future. Our programs and initiatives have helped to empower the community, create opportunities, and build stronger families.