Community Centre Kay Nou
In 2004, at the invitation of the Minustah, Viva Rio was to lead Haiti Haitian reality and adapt to their experience in management and conflict mediation. To better meet the needs of the Bel Air community, the organization inaugurated in 2007 in the Community Centre Kay Nou (our house in Haitian Creole), located in the heart of the risk area.
Today, the center houses a variety of projects with the aim of promoting the culture of peace and social inclusion of young people, as a vehicle for the development of their own community. This leads to successful projects like Swinging for Peace in 2008, with the art of capoeira and Aochan Creole, in 2010, with folk dancing. The center also offers technical courses in civil engineering, painting classes with silkscreen and music.