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Stay Connected with Jou Nouvo

Throughout the year Jou Nouvo hosts live and virtual events to connect our community to the students, families, and team in Bon Repos. Please show your support and attend one of our events.

Jou Nouvo and Circle of Women Press Event

On June 26th, 2021, we going live for our first-ever Virtual Press Conference. During this zoom event we will take you live to our Jou Nouvo classroom in Bon Repos where we will see Girls Scholar Program students in action, working with tutors and in class as they prepare for school this fall.

Partnering with Circle of Women

Jou Nouvo is partnering with Circle of Women, a student-run nonprofit organization that strives to provide access to education for secondary-aged schoolgirls around the world. Our collaboration is set to welcome the first class of students to school as the result of our new initiative, the Girls Scholar Program.

Watch our event here.  

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Past Events

New Day gala

On October 21st, 2020, we launched the New Day Gala. Even amidst the pandemic, our network of partners and sponsors came together to support Bon Repos, Haiti.

This was Jou Nouvo’s first-ever virtual fundraising event. The evening was not only entertaining but one that made a lasting impression on attendees and the students and families of Bon Repos. Even during a pandemic, we surpassed our fundraising goals! Be sure to watch both videos to get the full impact of the event.

The objective of the New Day Gala was to raise funds in support of Jou Nouvo. This event helped us expand our lending and strategic partnerships to support community entrepreneurs, especially the young university graduates. We also expanded our staff and infrastructure to commence building a community center and meeting place in the heart of the Bon Repos.

See for yourself the impact we are making in Bon Repos and beyond.

2020 New Day Gala

Take a look back at our virtual fundraising event.


Karen Keating Ansara

Experienced Grantmaker who creates grants alongside her husband, Jim, to end global poverty (primarily in Haiti) and to build resilient health facilities globally.

Nikenson Romage

Jou Nouvo’s Program Director and an ambitious University Quisqueya graduate with a commitment to the empowerment of his community of Bon Repos, Haiti.

Nel-Ange St-Cyr

Founder and President of VALPLAST and current Agronomy student at Quisqueya University in Port-Au-Prince. She hopes her business can help contribute to Haiti’s economy.

Shloka Shetty

President of the Northwestern University chapter of Circle of Women. Shloka is a senior studying Economics and Mathematics.

Edoardo Carpenedo

World-esteemed concert pianist. Edoardo has received numerous awards in national and international competitions, including the prestigious “Trofeo Febo Villani.”

Watch our event here.  

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