Why Sonje Yo  (Remember Them)?

The unique Synopsis of Sonje Yo!

Sonje Yo is the only human rights non-profit, non-partisan 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization founded by a native Haitian who was born in a remote rural village (Mare-Rouge, Haiti) the poorest area of it all. He experienced and survived the atrocities. After a daring pilgrimage, miraculously, he reunited with his father in the United States. As a teenage immigrate in a foreign land, he struggled to understand the philosophical meaning of life, the purpose of existence and the socio/psychology of human beings. He has always believed in God and education. He has shown concerns about human rights, human suffering and social justice. He became a human rights advocate and member of Amnesty International. In 2008, Esai O. Ambo was the winner of the NOBLE DISTINGUISHED ORDER of the SERVANT-LEADER. The Servant-Leader is one of the most noble and admirable of souls. In 2011, Mr. Ambo received Prestigious Outstanding Citizen Award and Good Will Ambassador of the Year from Georgia Secretary of State,  In 2011, Mr. Ambo received the State of Georgia Resolution 630 – Recognizing and commending him as a philanthropist of the year. Now, Mr. Ambo is a Superior Court Ambassador for Superior Court of Fulton County, GA. (USA). He wants to give back by implementing the basic fundamental rights to the people in his birth land, Haiti.




  1. Rescue, promote and protect human rights.

  2. Stop human trafficking through education, training and provide basic resources.

  3. Implement the Universal Declaration of human Rights.


“Universal Declaration of Human Rights” The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) is a milestone document in the history of human rights. Drafted by representatives with different legal and cultural backgrounds from all regions of the world, the Declaration was proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly in Paris on 10 December 1948 General Assembly resolution 217 A (III) (French) (Spanish) as a common standard of achievements for all peoples and all nations. It sets out, for the first time, fundamental human rights to be universally protected. At present, there are 360 different translations of UDHR, available in HTML and/or PDF format.

Donate now to protect human rights! Click here or contact us via phone at 404-963-1639 or mail your donation to Sonje Yo at 4355 Cobb Parkway, Suite J457 Atlanta, GA 30339


Sonje Yo focus has always been to rescue, promote and protect human rights, by making education and training available to the poorest people in the world-especially those living on less than one dollar a day. We will serve in remote villages and towns where there are no resources, except for a few loving Christian leaders trying to help lift communities out of the crushing effects of extreme poverty, thereby offering them hope for a better future. Our methodology is simple- ONE LIFE, ONE SOUL AND ONE HUMAN BEING AT A TIME. The fruits of education are leaders and friends of humanity. Please help me plant the seeds of education and training in the Haitian communities in the US and in Haiti. It is not the big portions that you don’t give- that counts, but the little that you do- that matters.


We anticipate work at the grass roots level to educate and train these leaders to carry out their vision and mission, as comprehensively as possible. We want them to be able to serve their communities at all levels-physical, social, political, economic and spiritual.


We join forces with people already in place in their home countries. Why, you might ask – because they have the knowledge, cultural experience and insight needed to work effectively at home. While they have the home field advantage, they often lack the education, training and financial resources, needed to realize their full potential. Sonje Yo encourages the people to hold their head up enjoy life to the fullest with the highest of human dignity. That is where Sonje Yo comes in.


We are strategic and purposeful in selecting and partnering directly with the affected citizens, Christians and local leaders with no exception in a developing country like Haiti. We are engaged and committed in a process we are sincerely believe in, that is “rescue promote and protect human rights” through education and training. Human dignity is a gift directly from GOD! We must protect the rights of the weak and the vulnerable. We have the knowledge/vision, heart, dedication and the passion to get the job done, but we do not have the financial resources, to protect human rights. We need your support. Click here