Located in the department of Choluteca at around 3500' above sea level, our local headquarters are found on a working ranch which hosts the mission's administrative offices, children's homes, Lazarus Academy, eco-hotel, and coffee farm.
Close to the village of Jayacayan is the town of San Marcos de Colon. Waterfalls, coffee farms, and ranches are abundant in this region. In 2017, UNESCO named La Botija cloud forest a world heritage site for its biosphere reserve and diverse flora and fauna.
Located in the Nord-Est department at sea level, we opened our local headquarters here in 2016 and continue to grow each year. Our school, Académie Lazare, adheres to international standards and bilingual instruction (French and Creole) which makes it unique to the region.
Close to the village of Gras is Fort Liberté, Haiti's oldest city, and Cap-Haïtien, the site of Christopher Columbus' landing on Hispañola during his first voyage to discover America.