Tag Archives: January 12

Join Us in Integrated Approach to Build The New Haiti

Léogâne, Haiti. I am perhaps the most excited I have been in my entire life as I prepare to move to Haiti next month. Ten months after the earthquake of January 12 I will be on the ground — to stay — with our international team. We are ready and able to roll-out a real, integrated, […]

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Live from Leogane: Orphans International Partners with Haitian School Founded by Orphan

Leogane, Haiti. “My father, Ambroise Beauliere, wrote our school’s mission statement forty years ago to provide private education at the best possible quality at the lowest possible cost. He wanted to create responsible citizens to be able to give back to society,” Principal Philippe Beauliere told me on my 21st trip to Haiti last week. […]

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Live from Leogane: College Prep Leadership Training Begins for our Orphan Mentors

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The College Prep Leadership Training Program of Orphans International Worldwide (OIWW) Haiti launched this week at l’Ecole de la Redemption in Leogane, 18 miles west of Port-au-Prince. Forty students, chosen from almost 200 applicants, are studying to be mentors to the orphaned children of OIWW Haiti. Each of these children survived the earthquake. In the […]

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Eyewitness: Haiti Has Improved Somewhat in Last Two Months

Léogâne, Haiti.  I am sitting in the office of Belo Water in Léogâne, Haiti, on the first morning of my 21st trip here.  This is my second trip since the terrible January 12 earthquake described by Ban-ki Moon as the worst natural disaster of our times.  Having been in Indonesia and Sri Lanka after the […]

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Franketienne: Haiti’s First Nobel Laureate – Hopefully

New York, N.Y.  As a cultural area studies graduate, seldom do I feel over my head culturally. Standing in the home of possibly the next Nobel Prize recipient for Literature in Port-au-Prince recently, I found myself way out of my league. One ambassador had cautioned me to “have an intellectual translate” for me. Luckily, when […]

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