Our most recent news from Haiti.

Jan 2016
Today may seem just like any other day, but it’s not, it’s different. Six years ago today, the people of Haiti were forever changed.  It was “the earthquake”, as we now refer to it.  Right in the middle of “living”, came losing, suffering, crying, and dying.  Time in Haiti is... Read More →
One of our Next Generation students, Magloire Maillard, who attends the University of Quisqueya in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, studying International Relations, has some wonderful news!  He has been invited, by Dr. Walter McCollum, to present his project on “Rebuilding... Read More →
Sep 2015
Ali is only 7 years old, yet her love for the children in Haiti is very mature.  At a very young age, Ali started saving money to send to these children. She finds money on the ground, in her home and in her parents’ cars. She even donates part of her birthday money.  Her... Read More →
Even though we have traveled to Haiti for many years, we are still shocked to see how very hard it is for the average Haitian to make it through the day.  What should be one of the best times in a young person’s life, attending college is especially difficult.  Daily life not... Read More →
Jan 2015
Janet and Wade McGuinn made a recent trip to Port-au-Prince, Haiti to visit with (7) seven of our university students in the Next Generation Program. This is what they had to say about the trip: “Our visit with the students was encouraging and informative. They continue to... Read More →
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