Haiti’s President Jovenel Moise has launched a project to rebuild the presidential palace, destroyed by a devastating earthquake in 2010.
Their heads held high and chests puffed out, a group of nearly 100 Haitian men in camouflage fatigues do jumping jacks or march around an abandoned U.N. compound on a recent morning. But after a few drills, they seek shelter from the blazing sun in the absence of anything else to do.
The United Nations has inaugurated a water supply system in the Lascahobas Commune as part of its anti-cholera fight in Haiti.
A disturbing new report by the Associated Press reveals more than a decade of allegations of sexual abuse at the hands of United Nations peacekeepers, and other personnel.
The Haitian girl known Victim No. 1 was 12 when she first had sex with a Sri Lankan peacekeeper. She says she didn’t even have breasts yet. Continue reading “AP Investigation: UN Troops Lured Kids Into Haiti Sex Ring”
This new state-of-the-art clinic is slated to serve thousands of Haitians annually.
The Luke Church, one of Houston’s fastest growing churches, has partnered with New Missions, a prominent missions organization, to construct a brand new, state-of-the-art medical clinic in Haiti’s Leogane Valley. This new facility provides critical medical support and treatment to thousands of Haitians, annually, who may otherwise not have access to basic medical treatment. The original clinic was destroyed, seven years ago, after a devastating 7.0 magnitude earthquake killed more than 200,000 Haitians, leaving there families to rebuild their lives and communities. Continue reading “The Luke Church Partners With Renowned Missions Organization to Construct New Medical Facility In Haiti”
The sixth annual Hearts for Haiti fundraiser will continue to help support the Strong Tower Orphanage in Caracol, Haiti, home to 18 children. Continue reading “Sixth Annual ‘Hearts for Haiti’ Fundraiser In Sedalia, Missouri, Builds Futures for Children”
Dr. Janet Tinoco, a faculty member in the College of Business at the Daytona Beach Campus, spent spring break in Leogane and Port-au-Prince, Haiti, along with members of Mission Haiti and the Sisters of St. Joseph Congregation. “My goal was to study the educational system and opportunities for the Haitian people, particularly with respect to girls and women,” she said. Continue reading “Business Professor Sees Education as Key to Haiti Progress”