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October 2017 ANC Haiti Trip
Oct 15, 2017 - Oct 22, 2017

ANC has been partnering with Help One Now for 6 years to bring about consistent, long-term transformation. Join us on a learning journey to Haiti!

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October 2017 ANC Haiti Trip

October 2017 ANC Haiti Trip

Oct 15, 2017 - Oct 22, 2017

Registration Information


Cost includes airfare, lodging, transportation, translators, travel insurance, breakfast & dinner for the entire trip, and fundraising for a project.

Trip Cost
Not Available

Trip Requirements

About this trip

Below is some initial information. More details about your trip coming soon!


While there are no required vaccines, the following are recommended:

Hepatitis A & B* Tetanus/diptheria* Typhoid*

MMR Malaria Varicella

*most commonly recommended

We also suggest getting a prescription for an anti-malaria medication. There are several different prescriptions you can choose from. Your local travel clinic can go over the different options with you and help you decide what will be best for you. If you've done a lot of international travel before, chances are you've had a lot of these immunizations already.

Packing List: Please do not bring anything you absolutely can’t live without (including jewelry and electronics). Be modest with the items you decide to bring to Haiti and remember that the average Haitian lives on less than $2 a day.

Mandatory Items

• VALID PASSPORT to be carried on your person at all times. • Water bottle (to be refilled)

• Clothing to fit your needs for the allotted time period- It is hot and humid in the daytime. Please dress modestly (no short-shorts or sleeveless shirts; underwear and bra straps cannot show). For Sunday morning, please include “church” clothes, i.e. long skirt/dress, short sleeves or cardigan to wear if top is sleeveless. A light jacket is recommended just in case you get chilly at night or if it rains.

• Close-toed shoes

• Toiletries (no perfumes/colognes or heavily scented items please- mosquitoes like those)

• Bug Spray- DEET (anti-mosquito) spray or wipes

• All necessary prescriptions to be kept in original labeled bottles (TSA regulations)

Suggested Items

• Snacks for when you're on the go (protein bars, trail mix, etc) • Backpack to hold passport/cash

• Cash for sodas, crafts, etc

• Hat, sunglasses, & sunscreen

• Hand sanitizer

• Medicines/Personal First Aids: pain/fever reducer, Imodium, sleeping aide, band aids, alcohol wipes


Help One Now will purchase trip cancellation and medical evacuation insurance for each of you (included in trip cost). You will receive an insurance card to print out and keep with your passport a week before your departure.

Smart Traveler Enrollment Program

You will each been registered with the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP). This is a free service provided by the US Government for citizens traveling abroad that will allow the US Embassy in Haiti to better assist you in the event of an emergency.

Trip Location

Who's going

Julie Lintz and 4 others are participating in this trip.

Julie Lintz Julia Marmor Christina Sabisch Kari Hamilton Katie Quartucci

Tell us why you like this trip

Field Partner

Help One Now 3M
Help One Now
Raleigh, NC, US
Help One Now is a catalytic tribe committed to caring for orphans & vulnerable children...

Jen Allred
Jen Allred
Trip Organizer