Echna thinks about tomorrow. So does her school Céleste de Morne à Chandelle. And at CRECH we support them.

Because development starts with education. And Christian education in particular.

CRECH believes strongly that Christian education is about more than teaching the Bible. Children must also be able to learn and implement values in their daily lives together with the skills and knowledge acquired. 

For a better tomorrow!

Clarinse thinks about tomorrow. So does his school Nouvelle Aurore. And at CRECH we support them.

Because development starts with education. And Christian education in particular.

CRECH believes strongly that Christian education is about more than teaching the Bible. Children must also be able to learn and implement values in their daily lives together with the skills and knowledge acquired.

For a better tomorrow!

Djounia thinks about tomorrow. So does her school Etzaire Vilaire de Cité Absalom. And at CRECH we support them.

Because development starts with education. And Christian education in particular.

CRECH believes strongly that Christian education is about more than teaching the Bible. Children must also be able to learn and implement values in their daily lives together with the skills and knowledge acquired. 

For a better tomorrow!

Jael thinks about tomorrow. So does her school Méthodiste de frères. And at CRECH we support them.

Because development starts with education. And Christian education in particular.

CRECH believes strongly that Christian education is about more than teaching the Bible. Children must also be able to learn and implement values in their daily lives together with the skills and knowledge acquired. 

For a better tomorrow!

Pierre thinks about tomorrow. So does his school Institut Joseph Casséus. And at CRECH we support them.

Because development starts with education. And Christian education in particular.

CRECH believes strongly that Christian education is about more than teaching the Bible. Children must also be able to learn and implement values in their daily lives together with the skills and knowledge acquired. 

For a better tomorrow!

Roosevelt thinks about tomorrow. So does his school Etzaire Vilaire de cité Absalom. And at CRECH we support them.

Because development starts with education. And Christian education in particular.

CRECH believes strongly that Christian education is about more than teaching the Bible. Children must also be able to learn and implement values in their daily lives together with the skills and knowledge acquired. 

For a better tomorrow!

Tracy thinks about tomorrow. So does her school Institut Joseph Casséus. And at CRECH we support them.

Because development starts with education. And Christian education in particular.

CRECH believes strongly that Christian education is about more than teaching the Bible. Children must also be able to learn and implement values in their daily lives together with the skills and knowledge acquired. 

For a better tomorrow!

Photography by Mark van Luyk

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Curriculum development

Quality Christian education is what we stand for. To achieve this, it is essential to develop a high-quality curriculum and equip schools, teachers, children and parents.

The curriculum should integrate biblical values while satisfying the national requirements. It should be adapted to the local context of Haiti and to the level of the pupils. Each of our children should be able to apply the lessons learned in his or her daily life, becoming valuable and respectful citizens.

The purpose of this department is to develop manuals for children, teachers and parents. We offer different subjects, such as geography, history, Christian education and more - from grade one up to grade nine.

Our small, strong team of experts works intensively with the training department to set out a strategy and concept. External competent writers and illustrators are often contracted to develop the manual. It usually takes one year from concept to the printed book.

“Curriculum development is the core of CRECH, its raison d'être. It is the kitchen.” - Esther Sidor, assistant.

For more information:

Jean C. Bazile, head of department
baz...@crechhaiti.org
phone: (509) 281 31826

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Our books

  • Curriculum development
  • Curriculum development

We offer a range of books developed by our team of education experts. They are all based on the National Education curriculum and integrate general biblical values. They are also adapted to the local context of Haiti and to the exact level of the pupils. Our curriculum is provided in French and Creole. The books are highly visual and professional printed.

Integrated Curriculum (2007) 
Detailed program 1st and 2nd cycles
Detailed program 3rd cycle (expected)
Master Guide 1st grade to 6th grade (2005)

Social Sciences manuals 1st and 2nd grade (2010)
Experimental Sciences manuals 1st and 2nd grade (2012)
Calculus for 1st and 2nd grade (2013)
Geography 3rd to6th grade (expected)
History 3rd to 6thgrade (expected)
Experimental Sciences 3rd and 4th grade (expected)

Biblical manuals 1st grade to 6th grade (2005, 2007)
Biblical manuals 7th and 8th Grade (expected)

Parents Training Manual (expected)

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What others said

“My school started using the CRECH curriculum in 2012. We have since been highly satisfied. The curriculum is of great quality and well elaborated. Step by step, we are looking to expand with new materials and subjects.” – Jean G. Bertrand (headmaster, École mixte Baptio de Jacmel)

“The CRECH books are full of drawings and pictures. The kids love them. They learn better. For me as a teacher, this means that it doesn’t require much effort to impart knowledge.” - Rincher Virginie (teacher, Institut Joseph Casseus)

Impact

23 manuals and guides – 23 manuals and guides for teachers have been developed since 2005. And another 14 manuals and guides are on their way.

7 departments – our books reach seven of the ten different departments in Haiti, namely Ouest, Sud, Sud-Est, Artibonite, Centre, Nord and Grand‘Anse. With 125 schools, Ouest has the most schools using books by CRECH.

457 schools – we have 60 member organisations and 457 schools that are using at least one of our curriculums. The biblical curriculum is the most popular.

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More information

Are you interested in our curriculum, manuals and/or guides for teachers? Feel free to contact the department:

Jean C. Bazile, head of department
baz...@crechhaiti.org
phone: (509) 281 31826

Do you have an inquiry regarding an order? Please contact us here.  

Sophia Mica Smith
infogene...@crechhaiti.org
phone: (509) 281 31826