This is a picture of Fredony. He is a typical ten-year-old boy. On February 5 th he was playing with
some friends after school. He fell and hurt his arm. His mother was able to take him to the
hospital and have an xray that showed the arm was
I thought it would be simple to summarize the past 8 years of HH4HC. Just picking out a few pictures to share was a monumental challenge. We have grown not only in the number of supported children (from 7 to 117), we have also added opportunities that enrich
July, 2018 Vacation Bible School in Jeremie, Haiti
As a frequent visitor to Haiti, I had a new experience this July. For the first time, my wife, Jan, came with me to see the program and help with Vacation Bible School. It was an opportunity to see Haiti through fresh
Working in Jeremie is not like catching a plane and heading down the road. In serving the children of Jeremie, one must use every emotional and transportation resource that is available. One of the reasons Jeremie has been under-served by non-profits is that it is a challenge to
1. RPR: You have been to Haiti several times, but this was your first trip to Jeremie. What was it like for you?
FD: Jeremie reminded me of Jacmel in many ways. Jeremie is a city with a strong history but suffers from the same
This interview is with Beata Kana following her first visit to HH4HC’s program in Jeremie Haiti. Ms. Kana is well traveled, a native of the Czech Republic, speaks five languages, and teaches adults in an English as Second Language program in Atlanta.
RPR: What were your first impressions?