100% of all donations reach Haiti. Mercy & Sharing's Board of Directors contribute in excess of 100% of all U.S. admin costs.
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Mercy & Sharing employs hundreds of local Haitian men and women, and believes their orphans are the future of Haiti.
1994–201420 years and counting and still ever true to our mission of mercy in Haiti. Mercy & Sharing, a registered 501c3 non-profit, started in 1994 and we are on a mission of mercy to educate the forgotten, feed the hungry, house the neglected, show mercy and dignity to the abused, and empower a new generation to hope and sustainability.
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Angels of a Lower Flight
The inspiring story of how one woman's message of hope and opportunity will change the lives of an entire generation.
Demons of Poverty
Ted Boers, successful American entrepreneur, has devoted himself to improving the conditions of the poor in Haiti.
In The News
Chicago NPR Talks Cholera and Women’s Rights in Haiti
IJDH Staff Attorney Beatrice Lindstrom and KOFAVIV Associate Director Malya Villard-Appolon speak about cholera accountability and gender-based violence in an hour-long NPR show about Haiti. Joining them are Dr. Ludovic Comeau of GRAHN-World, and Dr. Evan Lyon of Partners in Health. Bringing perspectives from the legal, medical and economic development fields, they answered questions like: What might happen now that Ban Ki-moon said the UN bears a moral responsibility to […]
A Call for a General Election on Sun, Nov 29, 2015
In no case may the House of Deputies or the Senate be dissolved or adjourned, nor shall the terms of their members be extended. On Sunday, January 11, 2015 the term of 10 Senators will come to an end and according to the article 111-8, their term cannot be extended. Therefore, on Monday, January 12, 2015, the Haitian Senate will not have a quorum to conduct any session and ipso facto, we will be […]
Poverty, “Orphans,” and Parents
Susan P. Whit | December 6, 2012. Yesterday’s New York Times features an article, “Trying to Close Orphanages Where Many Aren’t Orphans at All,” about the plight of impoverished children in Haiti and the government’s intention to reduce the use of orphanages. To most Americans, the term “orphan” means a child with no parents, however that’s not the way the term is used in the world of international relief. A […]
Killers of Harvard Worker in Haiti may be Targeting Americans
By Oliver Ortega | Globe Correspondent | August 02, 2014. A Harvard University health worker slain in Haiti last week shortly after landing at the capital city’s airport may have been the latest victim in a string of violent robberies targeting American travelers, authorities said. Haitian leaders announced Friday that a coterie of police and government agencies, under the direction of the island nation’s prime minister, would work to tighten security […]