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Meet Betty, she was born on October 26, 2008. Betty came to HaitiChildren in 2010. When she first arrived at Haiti...
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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.
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Il est Spécial
"It Is Special" is the story of the experience of parents of a child with the syndrome called "partial deletion of chromosome 18.
Demons of Poverty
Ted Boers, successful American entrepreneur, has devoted himself to improving the conditions of the poor in Haiti.
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Appointment of Mr. Gerald Oriol Jr. as Special Advisor in Haiti
PRESS RELEASE | September 15, 2016, Port au Prince, Haiti. Mercy & Sharing is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Gerald Oriol Jr. as Special Advisor in Haiti effective immediately. Mr. Oriol will provide council to the board and managerial staff of Mercy & Sharing in Haiti, which currently offers, among other services, a residence for 127 abandoned children (65 of whom suffer from disabilities), three schools educating 1,200 […]
New hope for Haiti’s most vulnerable
Aspen nonprofit signs historic agreement to aid island nation’s abandoned children When the catastrophic earthquake of 2010 leveled Haiti’s most populated areas, Aspen resident Susie Krabacher’s abandoned baby care unit in the nation’s largest hospital also crumbled. Officials asked the founder of HaitiChildren, a locally based nonprofit organization that serves 5,200 people a day in the country, to leave after she criticized certain aspects of the hospital’s operations. Robin Hamill, […]
HaitiChildren Graduation Ceremony
HaitiChildren’s first ever graduating class at the John Branchizio School in Tabarre, Port-au-Prince.
The US Spent $33 Million on Haiti’s Scrapped Elections — Here is Where it Went
Haiti’s electoral council announced yesterday that new first-round presidential elections would be held in October after a commission found widespread fraud and irregularities in the previous vote. The prospect of the new vote — to be held alongside dozens of parliamentary seats still up for grabs, has raised questions about how it could be funded. The previous elections — determined to be too marred by fraud and violence to count […]