By Roslyn Phillips The hurricane that blew through Port Salut, Haiti, in October 2016 destroyed many of the mountain homes where families lived. One step into the makeshift structures where the small wooden or white [...]
The differences between Haiti and the United States are vast: from the size (Haiti, with about 10.7 million residents compared to the United States’ 321 million, is about the size of Maryland) to the gross [...]
We are only one week away from the July 23rd Songs for Freedom Grande Finale! The winner from each department will sing their original song about the issue of restavek and the treatment of children, [...]
Kathia has graduated High School! Kathia entered the Transitional House in February 2011. She is a wise, calm, intelligent, affectionate girl who loves school. During all the years spent in the home, she always got [...]
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We’re building a coalition of organizations – ranging from small local nonprofits, foundations, businesses, and churches to major international NGOs and governments – who are passionate about eradicating restavek. Fifteen years ago, even saying the word restavek violated social taboo. Now, there are conversations about the practice taking place all over Haiti and around the world, every single day.
By engaging with other groups, we’re making sure that any conversation about Haiti’s future includes this mantra: Child slavery must end. We appreciate each of our partners helping to make that a reality.
The Miss Haiti Beauty Pageant
Council of Evangelical Churches in Haiti
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