Crisis in Haiti is not limited to just one incident burdening its citizens at a time. Today, the already poverty-ridden country is struggling to rebuild from the latest natural disaster, while also experiencing some of its worst food and fuel shortages. Gangs are responsible for recent political upheaval and a rise in kidnapping incidents — unfortunately, they now control most of Haiti.
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Excited About Solar Panels!
I know we posted about the several hundred solar panels arriving at Love A Child yesterday. I just had to show four more pictures… we are so excited and happy! More solar equipment will be
100 HOUSES FINISHED
MISSION ACCOMPLISHED!! Thank you! PTL! We have met our goal and commitment of building 100 Gabion houses for our friends in South Haiti since the earthquake. Very soon, everyone who has given money towards this
Latest Update on Solar at Love A Child
Pray, we have 6,000 gallons of diesel ordered for our two big diesel generators, which run everything at Love A Child. For the last several days the gangs have been fighting in a city near
Fighting for Life in a “Gang Infested” Country…
Since the day we first opened our Birthing Center, we have helped save the lives of many mothers and their babies. Our maternity staff works day and night. Last night, five little babies came into
I just got a message from Jesse Ostrander that Bobby and Sherry are again without internet, but Bobby has relayed some “latest news”: They are trying to get Jackson across the border into the Dominican
Latest Updates in Haiti
Food/etc. containers: Unbelievably we still have 28 containers stuck at Port Lafito, Haiti. The port is still closed! The port is completely full of everyone’s containers. The gangs on the road make it too dangerous to