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Our Vision is to create a trained workforce
in Haiti with employable skills so Haitians
can rebuild Haiti.

Our Mission includes training Haitians with construction skills as they are paid to build our projects. CURRENT PROJECT >

Future Goals include building a Training Center and Trade School in Haiti. LEARN MORE >

Welcome to Extollo

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The January 12, 2010, magnitude 7.0 earthquake hit near Leogane, 25 miles west of Port-au-Prince, killing over 230,000 and leaving 1 million homeless.
Our long-range goal to develop a permanent trade school in Haiti has begun. Photo by Jane Tyska.
With our construction skills, Haitians can find jobs, feed their families, and send their children to school.
Mason trainees spend one or two days learning how to spread the right amount of mortar.
Avery Pratt, Extollo Director of Training - instructing on the proper way to lay block.
Trainees are tested and graded on how well they can build a lead. Is it plumb, level, straight, and with proper mortar joints?
With unemployment approaching 70%, our training is crucial to the Haitian economy - and Haitian families.
Trained masons laying block on a wall that surrounds the La Gonave Children's Village.
Our hands-on training includes masonry, concrete, carpentry, plumbing electrical and welding.
As a comparison, Extollo-trained masons built the wall on the left. To the right is a typical Haitian wall.

Current Events and News

September 09, 2016

Electrical training students witness the positive results of their efforts


July 26, 2016

Extollo Builds Leadership Team with Haiti Country Director


July 22, 2016

The First Graduating Class at the Extollo Training Center Finishes Strong


July 15, 2016

A Class Project Brings Masonry Skills to the Next Level