Haitians Want to Know What the Government Has Done with Missing Oil Money
By Edwidge Danticat, The New Yorker, Oct. 19, 2018
Anti-corruption street protests in Haiti over missing Petrocaribe funds have become larger and more frequent since the summer, when grievances spread widely online.
This Ungoverned Haitian City Is Fighting to Stay Alive
By Jacob Kushner and Allison Shelly, Ozy, May 15, 2018
“Canaan is the story of what a shattered people can build with their own hands.”
Amid Haiti’s challenges, congregation continues serving those living in poverty
By Chris Herlinger, Global Sisters Report, May 14, 2018
The Little Sisters of St. Thérèse of the Child Jesus in Haiti-have withstood numerous challenges in their seven-decade history but are looking toward the future with hope and a distinct sense of mission.
OSP/IHM Haiti Outreach Newsletter
May 2018, Issue No. 3
Video: Sun City Picture House
RYOT Films, 2014
Sun City Picture House is a 26-minute documentary about Raphael Louigene, a young Haitian man who loves movies. Raphael works at St. Damien’s children’s hospital in Port Au Prince and every Thursday he buries the dead at the city morgue with Father Rick Frechette, a Catholic priest. In contrast to this horrific task Raphael and Father Rick have a hope and vision for Haiti’s future.
Fonkoze offers a full range of financial services to the rural-based poor in Haiti. Fonkoze is a Haitian Creole acronym for Fondasyon Kole Zepòl, which means, “The Shoulder-to-Shoulder Foundation.”
Haiti Emergency/InterPress Service
An excellent site for updates on current events in Haiti.
Haiti Marycare’s efforts address three areas: child and family health, education and community development. Mary Lou Ryder-Larkin, a Marian High School graduate, is the medical director of Haiti Marycare.
Partners in Progress
Partners in Progress helps people in Haiti help themselves by promoting and advancing a community model of sustainable rural development through educational outreach and resource networking.