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 provenRead More »
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 colleaguesRead More »
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 fatherRead More »
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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 inRead More »