For women in Haiti, access to clean water inspires change
In Bouda Chita, Haiti, the impact of clean water access is transforming the lives of women of all ages.
My Haiti Travels Concludes Successful "Impact Week"...
My Haiti Travels , a New York-based boutique concierge firm that produces high-quality travel experiences with a social impact for groups seeking to explore Haiti for leisure and business purposes, successfully presented its second annual " Impact Week " signature expedition to Port-au-Prince, Haiti in January.
Pope welcomes like-minded cardinals from periphery
Pope Francis is putting a personal imprint on the group of men who will choose his successor, tapping like-minded cardinals from some of the world's smallest, most remote and poverty-wracked nations to help him run the Catholic Church.
The Miami Herald
Arcade Fire to headline Haiti Carnival
The mesmerizing sights of Jacmel Carnival found its way into one of Arcade Fire's music videos, and its drum-fused rhythms crept onto the tracks of the indie rock band's latest album, On Friday, Chassagne, the daughter of Haitian immigrants who fled Haiti's brutal Duvalier dictatorship regime in the 1960s for Canada, and husband and band ... (more)
While the fifth-grade classes of Newfields Elementary School played outside during recess last Friday, Mike Nagel and Principal Helen Rist loaded the four, large boxes of supplies the entire school helped to raise for Haitian children into Nagel's car.
'Miracle child' shared a passion for orphans
Grace Atkinson was her mother's miracle child in life, and now in death. Carla Atkinson said she had three miscarriages before giving birth to Grace, who died unexpectedly in January at age 13 from an epileptic seizure.
Lake Cowichan Gazette
Carvers create joy for children
Youth Pastor Jordy Orsetti, with Westsyde Fellowship Church in Kamloops, accepts a gift of hand-carved rolling bears from Geoff Warrington and Elizabeth Doucette, with the North Okanagan Wood Carvers Society, to be given to children in Haiti.
From the work of their hands
PRINCE, Haiti-It's 8:30 in the morning and Papillon Enterprise is a hive. The gift shop has customers and two cashiers at the counter, the cafA© is thrumming with smoothie and espresso preparations.