February 4, 2019
Ann sèvi fòs pa nou ak resous pa nou pou chanje kominote pa nou! Let’s use the strength and resources we have to change our community! Men continue to work in the large water hole, enlarging it by hand. When the rain falls in the mountains, it is diverted into the hole, which can hold water for many weeks for everyone’s use. Things don’t change simply…
January 2, 2019
October 5, 2018
Once more, the drought is reaching a crisis point. The water table has fallen so low, that we can no longer pump the vital water from our well. In addition, our water trucks are having serious mechanical problems, due as usual to the terrible road conditions that jostle their parts to pieces. The level of…
June 28, 2018
October 11, 2017
Look at those faces! This is one of the outtakes from picture day at the school. These are the second graders….and what an effervescent, hilarious group they are (as you can see). The start-up tasks of the new work year (Sept-June), coupled with a fickle internet, have made it difficult to put up regular…
June 16, 2017
The development department has traveled south to visit some friends who live and work in Grand Goâve. It is a rare chance for most people in our community. While they are there, they will be visiting several places where they can observe and learn about different areas of expertise in their line of work.
May 6, 2017
It is always a joy for us when we see our staff taking initiative and pride in investing in their community. This past week, we saw this happen in two ways. On Saturday, DDL (Lemuel’s Development Department) organized a community wide event to raise funds towards the purchase of a tractor for the community….
April 22, 2017
The Well Project took center stage on the blog over the last couple weeks. But, friends, there have been many other exciting things happening at the same time. In our context, investing in people takes on so many different forms. Let me catch you up on the ways our community has been moving forward,…