NEWS FROM HAITI Archives - Midwives For Haiti

NEWS FROM HAITI

COVID 19 Arrives in Haiti

Dear Ones, I hope that wherever you are in the world, you are beginning to see some signs of spring. In Haiti the winter dry season is juuuussstttt beginning to ease, and soon the rains will be back in earnest. And while Spring is traditionally the season for new beginnings

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A Very Happy New Year

Dear Ones, Happy New Year from everyone here at Midwives for Haiti! We trust you had a beautiful holiday season. Our new year is made especially delightful by the results of our Holiday Campaign. There is no way we can thank you enough for your contributions. We are overwhelmed with gratitude.  With

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A New Year’s Wish

Dear Ones, At the end of this year and decade, I find it natural to draw inwards a bit, reflecting on past experiences, and hoping to learn from those lessons. Midwives for Haiti had an intense year to say the least. Saying goodbye to Jessica as Executive Director, experiencing first

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Season Of Gratitude

Dear Ones, As we enter the season of gratitude, I would once again like to thank you for your support of Midwives for Haiti during this turbulent time. I wish I could tell you that things are improving, but unfortunately, that is not the case. Violence has come to Hinche, and people

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Thanks and Hope

Greetings, and a huge thank you to all of you for the support you have shown Midwives for Haiti over the last few weeks. It has indeed been a difficult time; the roadblocks and barricades continue, and the violence remains an ever present threat. Our new supply chain is in

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Difficult Days

Dear Ones, it has been such a difficult time in Haiti lately, and things are looking a bit bleak.  As many of you probably know, Haiti is currently facing great challenges, both politically and economically. Inflation has risen to almost 20% now, and there is a serious fuel shortage, which has ground

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Keeping Calm and Carrying On

Hi There, And Happy Spring! … Haiti has been intermittently “on fire” in the past year, as my friends, family, and the ticket exchange agents at American and Delta Airlines are surely aware.   Tough political and economic events have led to riots, crime, demonstrations, and cancellations of trips that Greg and

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