Prosper & Be In Health, Inc. is a US based Haiti non-profit 501(c) (3) organization that prospers youth and families through sustainable health, education, technology, and business assistance in underserved communities locally and abroad.
For the people, we serve to experience prosperity and health in all aspects of their lives through the projects and services that we support. Our impact transforms lives and ultimately translates into wholesome, sustainable schools, communities and nations.
The purpose for PBIH is to develop and support socially responsible business models that promote sustainable community development projects [Schools (education), Medical Centers (wellness, health & nutrition), Digital Inclusion (Super Wi-Fi), Green Solar Energy, and business enterprise centers] in underserved communities and developing nations.
- Co-Founder/CEO – Frederick E. Esters, Jr.
- President – Danielle M. Esters, MD
- Advisor – Lucile S. Richardson, Ed.D.
Prosper and Be In Health, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization established in 2007 based in Albuquerque, New Mexico (EIN# 02-0600680). We are exempt from Federal income tax under section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. PBIH is qualified to receive tax deductible bequests, devices, transfers or gifts under section code 2055, 2106 or 2522.
Since 2007, PBIH has partnered with organizations that have consistently demonstrated their care and concern for women and children; the poor, homeless, and others in unfortunate circumstances in the USA and abroad. We have participated in micro-lending programs, medical missions, technology, education, housing, business assistance, and the development of healthcare facilities in several developing nations.
We have utilized S.T.E.A.M. educational solutions through our custom designed Aquaponic Gardening Systems (Tilapia fish & plant farming without soil), at several schools in the United States. We believe that Aquaculture training and education, coupled with Aquaponic Gardening System strategies will help reduce food scarcity issues, while also providing a sustainable solution to hunger, poverty, obesity, and malnutrition issues confronting youth and adults worldwide.
We are currently starting Phase II & III of the new Anse Rouge Primary School Project in Northwest Anse Rouge, Haiti. These phases will include Green Solar Energy, a broadband (TVWS) service model, and online educational curriculum.