New well provides the gift of water

Every day in Nan wo, dozens of men, women, and children make the trip, walking to the well to get water they need for drinking, cooking, washing, and keeping their animals alive. Although some people have resorted to drinking from the water in the creek or the ditch, this has proven to be a grave […]

Into Another World!

Cholera bacteria In July and August, Hope in Haiti sent 16 team members to assist with two youth summer camps–one in Nan Wo, and one in Port au Prince. As part of the Nan Wo camp, our team taught various job and life skills. Here’s another peek at what we were teaching: Nearly 6,000 people […]

Guest Blog: Kristi on Haiti’s Health Needs

Guest blog post: In July and August, Hope in Haiti sent a team of 16 people to Nan Wo and Port au Prince to work with youth camps. In reflection, team member Kristi from Washington wrote concerning the need for disease prevention and education: “Visiting a third world country with what I know about epidemiology […]

Hurricane Tomas brings flooding and rain to Haiti…

Hurricane Tomas passed by Haiti bringing rains and flooding.  Dixie and our team in Haiti haven been unable to hike to the mountains and visit our Kawo school and church because the flooding is too severe.  No Haitian deaths have been reported but the flooding complicates matters for the country trying to rebuild from the […]