What is INHO?

INHO is a nonprofit association dedicated to promoting the importance of education as a pathway of development in Haiti. We do not just promote an idea – we work to educate the youth and the young adults in the less fortunate neighborhoods and in more remote areas.

What INHO stands for?

INHO stands for “Investir dans l’homme” which can be translated: Invest in Humankind. INHO was founded in Haiti by Rev. Fr. Robert Pierre Louis, A.K.A Fr. Dominique. From his seminary years Father used to help young women and young men with their school tuitions – all of them finished with their studies, now some of them have a little job and team up with father to serve others. One of them even built a YouTube channel to show young people how to use excel. Fr. Robert was born into poverty – eating was a struggle. He finished school very late because some years he had to stay home since there was no money to pay the school tuition; with the grace of God he made it. He became a Roman Catholic priest. Thus, he took the resolute decision to fight, not against someone, but against the misery in the mind of humankind. He decided to fight for the youth and the young people in Haiti – to show them the value of education.

INHO email address


Rev. Fr. Robert Pierre Louis, founder

Associate pastor, St. Patrick’s Basilica, Montreal – Canada


Our team in Haiti, Port-au-Prince

Mr. Jean Emmanuel Emile, Co-founder and chairman


Mr. Roberval Raymond Jean-Charles, Co-chairman and project management


Ms. Saphar S.  TINOR, legal counsel and Media

Ms. Fabienne Rodney, Marketing

Mr. Muller Frances Rodney, accounting


Mr. Steeve Paul, Treasury/bookkeeper


Sebastien Frederic, accounting consulting


Our team representatives in Canada, Montreal

Dr. Miriam Gonzalez


Mr. William Bastien


Ms. Anna Elisio


Our representative in the US

Mr. Guy Beauzile


To whom may it concern

The door is open for everyone who has something to give and has something to receive. The conditions are respect for others and the desire to embrace INHO’s way of life. No one should be forbidden to come to INHO because of his or her gender, or his or her sexual orientation – education, religion, skin color, physical handicap are not reasons to close the door to no one.