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Kudos To Our Graduates

We are beating the odds. In Haiti, illiteracy is close to 90 percent but our children are going to school and graduating.

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The Story of Mits

Our tiny baby Mits is thriving thanks to the care he has received from House of Hope and from the other children here.

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Getting Ready For School

Our back to school drive was a success, thanks to the generosity of an anonymous donor who provided backpacks and supplies for everyone.

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Thank You To Miami Shores Presbyterian Church

Although Friends of Humanity is not affiliated with any religious organization or denomination, we are grateful for the support of Miami Shores Presbyterian Church. Church members have been very active in collecting donations for distribution to the children of House of Hope and in assisting with all our projects, including installing plumbing. Recently, Andrew Smith […]

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The Importance of Water

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. […]

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May 2014 Trip To House of Hope, Port-de-Paix

On Memorial Day weekend, Friends of Humanity president Renel Noel went to Port-de-Paix, Haiti with Andrew Hayward Smith. The purpose of the trip was to acquaint Mr. Smith with our projects at House of Hope and Beraca Medical Center and to photograph our work for documentation purposes. Some of these photos are below. You can see […]