Posts Tagged ‘Haiti’

Finding Transformation in Haiti

Post a Comment » Written on August 9th, 2016     
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1Clercina, from Dufour of the Chemen Lavi Miyo project, and her family have struggled their whole lives to make a living. She and her son are both handicapped and they have struggled all their lives to make a living. The …


Gernicia’s Pathway Out of Poverty

Post a Comment » Written on April 20th, 2015     
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100_0725 (2)Mache Kabrit, Haiti is a desolate place. It is located on the southern coast near the town of Côte-de-Fer, a remote place itself that has gotten some notoriety recently because it is the home of the current president of Haiti. …


Independence for Those with Disabilities in Haiti

Post a Comment » Written on January 19th, 2015     
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Haiti MTIMTI, or Medical Teams International, began a program over four years ago to help rehabilitate person with disabilities in Haiti.  This has included training their families and communities in how to provide the needed assistance and encouragement, along with providing …


Change happening in Haiti

Post a Comment » Written on December 22nd, 2014     
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Fond-des-Blancs is a rural town in Haiti that has been agonized by a lack of care and education, unemployment, and natural disasters.  Several years ago, CWR was able to partner with the Haiti Christian Development Fund and through them help …


Finding an Advantage in Haiti

Post a Comment » Written on August 20th, 2014     
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HaitiMedical Teams International (MTI) seeks to provide health care and medical attention to the world’s most marginalized while also proclaiming the good news of the Gospel. Involved in countries around the world at different times, a consistent focus has been …