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It’s been nearly a month —

September 11, 2021

It has now been almost a month since the devastation of Haiti’s most recent earthquake which killed 2,207 people and injured over 12,000, on August 14th, 2021. The earthquake which shook Haiti’s southwestern provinces, was followed shortly after by TropicalRead More »

After the rain: Haiti update

August 18, 2021

photo by Jean Paul Saint Fleur Drenching Haiti with over 10 inches of rain in some areas, Tropical Storm Grace, triggered mudslides and complicated rescue efforts in the most earthquake devastated areas on Monday evening into the early morning onRead More »

When it rains . . .

August 16, 2021

Well, when it rains it pours. And now as I write this update to you, thanks to Tropical Storm Grace, it is pouring in southern Haiti on the multitudes made homeless by Saturday’s earthquake. And even those not made homelessRead More »

Update from Haiti on the Assassination of President Moise

July 7, 2021

Early this morning the President of Haiti, Jovenel Moise, was assassinated at his home near Port-au-Prince. This Miami Herald article provides more details. We are deeply saddened by this act of violence and the broader wave of lawlessness that has gripped Haiti’sRead More »