The Latest from our Blog

  • 09.20.2017

    Smith Maxime (left) directs the United to End Child Slavery partnership between Beyond Borders and Free the Slaves, and he is a key player in the Schools Not Slavery initiative. Smith is a lawyer with a Master’s Degree in Project Management and he is the father of four – 2 girls and 2 boys. We sat down with Smith to get

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  • 09.20.2017

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  • 09.20.2017

    She was forced to get up at 2 a.m. to clean, cook, and wash the family’s clothes. They routinely beat her, threw water on her when they weren’t satisfied with her work, denied her food, and locked her up in their house when they went out. She was not allowed to go to school. She

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  • 09.11.2017

    We are looking for a talented and enthusiastic individual to join our team as Creative Director.   Our Creative Director must be spirited and passionate about our mission to improve the lives of ultra-vulnerable families in Haiti and possess the innovative thinking essential for revitalizing social conscience engagement! Check out the full job description along with details on how to apply,

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  • 09.06.2017

    Hurricane Irma continues to move towards Haiti as a Category 5 storm. Puerto Rico is already feeling the effects, with 15 -20 foot storm surges expected in some coastal communities. It is being described as the strongest Atlantic hurricane in history, with winds measured at 185 mph. Haiti landfall could happen Thursday morning.

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  • 08.14.2017

    In 2016, Beyond Borders brought the Graduation Approach to rural Lagonav Island, as a way to equip ultra-poor families with the skills they need to lift themselves out of extreme poverty and stay out. Today, Beyond Borders is working with 230 families in nine communities on Lagonav – many of whom lost their homes and

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  • 08.10.2017

    Beyond Borders’ community-based initiative, Rethinking Power, works to prevent violence against women and girls in Haiti by addressing the root causes of  violence – the imbalance in power between women and men. And it’s working! A study in the British medical journal The Lancet found that the approach we use to prevent violence against women

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  • 08.09.2017

    We’re proud to announce that the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) has once again approved Beyond Borders’ participation in the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC). Our designation code is 12130.

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