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... was more time for them to work along side their parents to make some money. The common concern at this recent meeting was that money will be tight this year because of paying regular school fees and because so many of these families are farmers who lost so much of their harvest when Isaac hit the island and mudslides and winds caused loss of crops and animals.
Still, the meeting played out with serious concern and interest in the program's continuation ...
... and Jr. and his aunt for
the remainder of my stay.
Jr and I were finally able to share meals together and catch up on life. We can talk forever about relationships, family, history, politics, buddhism and meditation. I found out that he has invested in a moto in Port Au Prince to make some cash. The driver pays him a monthly cut of earnings and he's saving money to go back to school sometime next year he hopes to get more training in ...
not actually living with the family again.
Plus, I had seen from last year that long hours in the clinic each day
don’t leave a lot of time or energy to get out and spend a lot of time with
friends and family in the community.
Still, I needed to be open to whatever this experience might offer me,
even if it was going to be in a more structured environment than I had ...
... s when my life started taking unseen, unpredictable and inconceivable turns for the better.
The first thing to take care of was getting my passport. The first question out of my mouth was, "um, where do I get one of those?" ....which was followed by laughter. I learned the post office is an amazing place to do other things besides mail little brown boxes all over the place. After many agonizing trips to my ...
We are also building:
· water retention and sanitations systems
· a chicken coop
· a computer lab
Chances for Children has been working in Haiti for six years, caring for orphaned children, sponsoring students to attend school, empowering women to create an income ...