The Latest from our Blog

  • 04.26.2016

    The Beyond Borders Spring 2016 Girl Power Haiti! Newsletter is here! In it you’ll learn how you can help free and empower girls like Natacha, when you join the Girl Power Haiti! campaign. You’ll also get a glimpse of the new Power to Girls community and school-based violence prevention toolkit that’s already garnering international interest. Hear firsthand

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  • 03.25.2016

    “It’s Friday…but Sunday’s comin’.” That’s the refrain from a famous sermon that is especially appropriate for the Easter season. The Friday in this sermon is Good Friday, the day of Jesus’ execution, when hatred seemed to have triumphed over love. The Sunday that is coming is Easter Sunday, when churches celebrate the resurrection of Jesus and the

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  • 03.08.2016

    Today is International Women’s Day, a day to remember both the huge cost we all pay when women and girls are excluded and exploited and to celebrate the progress that is being made to build a world where girls and women have parity with boys and men in access to education, power, and pay. The

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  • 01.18.2016

    When the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. announced his dream from atop the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, it seemed impossibly idealistic. In the midst of the deeply ingrained racism of the early 1960s, he dreamt that his “four little children would one day live in a nation where they will be judged not

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  • 01.12.2016

    It is Tuesday, but schools and banks and businesses are closed all across Haiti. Churches are open for memorial services to mark the sixth anniversary of the most deadly natural disaster in the history of the Western Hemisphere, the 2010 earthquake that killed a quarter million Haitians. As we pause to remember those who were

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  • 11.01.2015

    Sunday’s Election in Haiti: What We Witnessed. Beyond Borders’ own Brian Stevens has a letter to the editor in The Miami Herald about accompanying some of our Haitian colleagues to vote on Sunday Oct. 25.

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  • 10.20.2015

    Six elements make up the approach to education used in our Schools Not Slavery initiative. Pioneered by our long-time partners at the Matènwa Community Learning Center, the approach is proven to produce reading scores that are nearly three times better than the national average, according to a 2014 MIT study. And thanks to generous Beyond

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  • 10.06.2015

    Our Beyond Borders Fall 2015 Newsletter is here! Get the latest updates from the island of Lagonav and learn how your support is making a difference in the lives of women, children and families in rural Haiti.  

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  • Donate

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  • Fundraise

    Share your passion for Haiti! Become a fundraising team leader & invite your family & friends to come together for a good cause!

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  • Visit Haiti

    For groups making a commitment to our work, we offer the opportunity to visit & form a deep
    connection with Haiti.

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  • Partner

    Partner with us as we train community leaders who are building the movement to end child slavery in Haiti.

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