Category Archives: Rural Water Project

More good news as clean water flows in Ranquitte

Today is the anniversary of the 2010 earthquake, and this post puts something other than pain and suffering in perspective. We often hear about Haiti in a negative context, and far too rarely about how full Haiti is of vitality, development, and the desire for health and safety. Poverty-filled images attract sympathy but they don’t […]

Keeping the Community Healthy: Fixing Water Cisterns

  A few years ago, while in Ranquitte, we learned that a group called Peacework Medical were leaving Haiti, having initiated an important program around clean water with their Haitian friends over the previous few years. Their idea had been simple: in the midst of a brutal cholera epidemic, they found the best way to […]

Haiti trip Spring 2018 – our inspiration

APRIL 8th 2018 This is Madame Cleguy. She lives in Bas Pinal Haiti. To make her living as a broom maker, she walks twelve hours to where a plant called lantanier grows, collects as much as she can carry on her head, and then walks twelve hours back to make brooms with the plant leaves. […]

On the anniversary of the earthquake: moving forward

Last year, Nathan Bean and Greg Bennick spent over a week in Haiti meeting people, talking to them, connecting, and hearing about their lives. We saw just how beautiful the country is and how vibrant. It was an incredible reminder once again about why we work there and support the people. And why we love […]

2017 End of Year Accomplishments

As the last hours of 2017 tick away, we wanted to celebrate the accomplishments that your support made possible throughout the year. We had our most successful and active year by far and have so many things to share about the last twelve months, and some on the next twelve to come. We started the […]