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Women’s Social Enterprise
Fellowship Program

Launch of Second Cohort

Following the success of the first cohort launched on March 8, 2021, culmination  with the graduation of 25 committed young women leaders from the West and South departments of the country, Fanm Angaje – the leadership scholarship program for women – in partnership with Global Affairs Canada and the International Coady Institute, as part of the five-year “ENGAGE: Women’s Empowerment and Active Citizenship” program, returns  for a second cohort.

This leadership development and project or business incubation program will last 15 months.

The application period is from March 8 to April 22, 2023 targeting female participants in the departments of North, Center and Artibonite

How To Participate

To participate in this second cohort, participants must meet the following criterias:

  • Aged between 18 to 35
  • Living or evolving in the North, Center or Artibonite departments of the country
  • Working in the economic or community development sector;
  • Having a business idea or initiative that aims to change their life and that of others in their community, by providing a solution to a social problem; and
  • Able to demonstrate leadership qualities, abilities and determination to succeed by committing to an initiative.


The cohort two of Fanm Angaje is made possible thanks to the generous support of Global Affairs Canada and Coady Institute.


This program will offer :

Intensive tailored education

supporting leadership and professional skills, communications and community mobilization, mentorship and coaching to expand their vision

A multi-media platform

for important conversations and to elevate women’s voices

Access to critical resources

such as scholarships, mentorship, and technical expertise

First cohort of
Fanm Angaje Fellows

CLE’s fellowship program – Fanm Angaje – closed its application process for the first cohort on April 18, 2021 for which 474 women applied. An internal committee screened and selected the 45 best candidates who in turn pitched their initiative to an expert panel consisting of leaders in business, health, education and women’s leadership sectors. CLE is  thrilled to announce the 25 young women social entrepreneurs from the South and West Departments of Haiti, part of CLE’s first Fanm Anngaje cohort!


Meet our winners!


Anny Rousseau

Femme Fascinante

Self-confidence training
program for women

Christ-Mathe Lundy

Natural Spices

Company specializing in the processing of powdered spice

Daphnée Joseph


Creation of a restaurant subsidizing the vocational training of young girls in the town of Gressier

Sandra Dominique Andou

Enpak Sosyal

Training programs for women on reproductive health

Marie Djenie Dorlean

Eklere M

Training program for adolescents and young mothers on reproductive health


Esther Chrysostome


Company specializing in oral health targeting people low access to oral health care


Germinie Saintelve

Libere Kè w

Training program for women with emotional dependency

Harolda Sulaire

Epicerie Créole

Company specializing in the processing of powdered spices

Jephnadine Saint-Preux

JS Fruits

Fruit processing center

Josette Meleard

SAJ Food

Mango Processing Factory


Judelie Ducé

Mèb Pam Diferan

Tire transformation center
into furniture

Jovanny Laila Bien-Aimé


Adolescent reproductive health training program

Lovelie Cherestal


Launch of a restaurant for university students to raise awareness of the importance of good nutrition and healthy eating

Maëva Jean-Baptiste


Waste processing center

Marie Danielle
Pierre Louis Rubin

Sant Ankadreman Jèn Manman (SAJMAN)

Support center for young mothers in Braquet in the South department


Marie Marsha Marcellus


Self-confidence training
program for women

Methuschelah Suffrard

Anboudou Créations

Clothing manufacturing company using hooks

Michaëlle Petit-Frère

Taye M Kreyasyon

Platform connecting various young clothing designers

Naïca Dumeny

Code Club

Coding program for children
ages 7 to 13

Nedjmhartine Vincent


Training and psychological support center for adolescents aged 12 to 18


Rose Hurgelle
Point Du Jour

Fòme ak Kore Jèn Manman

Training and support program for young girls aged 13 to 25 in the municipality of La Maniche


Roseline Noël


Company specializing in supporting small businesses

Sara Moïse

Poto Mitan Atelye

transformation center

Valencia Jean

Lakou Lanmou

Construction of a training
and support center for people
with disabilities

Wesline Eustache

Afè pa’n

Agricultural products processing workshop in the South department

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