Friends of Humanity held a board meeting this past weekend to review the status of ongoing projects at House of Hope and Beraca Medical Center. President Renel Noel reported on the Sanitation Project and other matters. To date, the septic tank has been completed. This was done at a cost of $8,000 and involved many […]
We are happy to say that now progress with the septic treatment facility is far along at Beraca Medical Center and House of Hope. We are also working closely with the staff of Beraca Medical Center to upgrade their facilities.
Many people are hesitate to donate to us because they doubt their contributions will make an impact in Haiti. Let’s address this head on and frankly. It is no secret that most organizations fail in Haiti.
More than a year after the cholera outbreak, a suit against the United Nations is being tried in a U.S. federal court.
We posted on Facebook about our children wading across flooded schools to get to school. The entire town faces severe flooding.
On a recent trip to Haiti, board president Renel Noel and volunteer Andrew Hayward Smith documented House of Hope and Beraca Medical Center in photographs. Beraca Medical Center has no running water or indoor plumbing. Patients and doctors must walk 300 feet outside the hospital to use outhouses without hand washing facilities or toilet paper. […]