The Latest from our Blog

  • 12.20.2014

    I wasn’t really expecting you to know that it was my birthday on Wednesday this week. My family and plenty of my friends remembered.

  • 12.15.2014

    Natacha was nine-years-old when she was sent from her rural Haitian village to live with a family she didn’t know in Port-au-Prince.

  • 12.12.2014

    Christmas hasn’t become commercialized in Haiti, at least not yet. What Haitians most frequently give one another is a simple wish – Jwaye Nwèl or Joyful Christmas.

  • 12.05.2014

    While I’m guessing that most of the people on your Christmas list already have everything they need, it’s hard to think of anything enslaved Haitian kids like Patrick don’t need.

  • 12.02.2014

    Imagine the life of a Haitian child like Patrick. His mother wanted so much to send him to school but just couldn’t afford tuition.

  • 10.28.2014

    Our Rethinking Power program to end violence against women and girls is showing real results. Show your support by sharing these graphics today!

  • 09.19.2014

    Join us to hear firsthand how we’re preventing violence against women & girls in Haiti

  • 08.15.2014

    Since the launch of our program in 2010, the silence that often surrounds violence against women & girls is disappearing and women & men are learning new, healthy ways to interact.

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    Children march to push for an end of the restavèk child slavery practice in Haiti.

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