The Latest from our Blog

  • 11.19.2017

    Students at the Baptist School of Bwa Lyann, one of 25 schools in Beyond Borders’ Schools Not Slavery Network. Today, on Universal Children’s Day, I want to share with you the extraordinary story of Eddy. I first shared his story four years ago, and I was asked to share it again. This little boy walked with a

  • 11.08.2017

    Development programs often help a community advance, but leave behind the very poorest. These are precisely the people that Beyond Borders wants to reach. To do so, we are inviting families, churches, and schools to invest in an approach proven to help the very poorest families lift themselves out of extreme poverty and stay out.

  • 10.30.2017

    Power to Girls is a new step-by-step guide developed by Beyond Borders that helps girls and their communities prevent violence and provide better environments so that girls can thrive.

  • 10.25.2017

    Thank you to everyone who so generously gave in response to Beyond Borders’ Hurricane Matthew efforts. We are grateful for all that you are making possible through your generosity, your care, and your concern for families who lost so much when Hurricane Matthew struck Haiti on October 4, 2016.

  • 10.11.2017

    We believe in the power of girls to change Haiti and our world. Today on International Day of the Girl Child, read about one of the ways we’re empowering girls in Haiti through the creation of Girls’ Clubs.

  • 10.04.2017

    Meet one of the dedicated caseworkers who are accompanying families in Beyond Borders’ Hurricane Matthew Response Program. Yvrose St. Luc (photo) is one of six full-time caseworkers with the Asosyasyon Animatè ak Peyizan Lagonave (AAPLAG), one of Beyond Borders’ primary partner organizations on Lagonav Island. Yvrose and her colleagues are supporting the 230 families participating in Beyond Borders’ Hurricane Matthew Response Program. The generous

  • 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

  • 09.20.2017

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