The Best is Love

The Best is Love

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Love for Sewing 31 Years Later

Love for Sewing 31 Years Later

By Sarah Jeglum, October 2014 team member Brezil Ann Rose has loved sewing ever since she was little. As a young, unmarried woman, she started attending a trade school to learn to make dresses, clothes, and other items for her family and to sell. She loved sewing – embroidery in particular – and intended to [...]

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A Look at Haiti Foundation of Hope

A Look at Haiti Foundation of Hope

Learn more about who we are, where we work, and what we do.

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Failing Crops

Failing Crops

We recently learned that about 80 percent of the farm crops have failed in Anse Rouge, a rural community where we work in northern Haiti. This is due to drought conditions. Anse Rouge, along with Terre Blanche and other nearby communities, constantly struggle with drought and flooding, both of which destroy gardens planted by local [...]

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Dear Friends,

It’s been 10 years since Haiti Foundation of Hope officially got its start. Many of its board members and volunteers have been working in Haiti for more than 30 years but we’re excited to celebrate this 10-year milestone in bringing hope to thousands of people in Haiti. Read more.

A FEW RECENT HIGHLIGHTS

EDUCATION – The first Terre Blanche student has completed the Baccalaureate I examination. The 6th and 9th grade students are passing the National Examination at a high rate. The secondary school building was completed. Eleven more women are ready to graduate from the women’s trade school.

CLINIC – The Haitian Ministry of Health has placed seven health professionals at the Clinic of Hope to assist with detection and treatment of HIV. The new nurse midwife is making great improvements in prenatal and maternal care. A 4th medical conference has allowed collaboration with other Haitian medical professionals in northern Haiti.

COMMUNITY HEALTH – Community health workers are excited about the knowledge they have received and are able to share related to HIV, pneumonia and tuberculosis.

MICRO-LOANS – A new cycle of training has begun for micro-loans and opportunities are being explored to integrate agriculture into the micro-loan program.

COMMUNITY – The Terre Blanche Free Methodist Church continues to grow. The first solar “streetlight” has been installed and enables students to study after dark.

JOIN US

GIFT CATALOG Join us in sharing hope by viewing our online Gift Catalog and purchasing items such as food or making a contribution to support individuals such as students, teachers and clinic staff. You can purchase gifts in honor of a friend or family member or give a gift in memory of someone. You can also download a printed Gift Catalog and Order Form.

Thank you for all you are doing to help the people of Haiti.

Sincerely,

All of us at Haiti Foundation of Hope