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Over 15% of students’ families are unable to pay “Redemption’s” annual tuition of $300.00, which includes instruction, uniform, and books.

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Haiti cholera epidemic worsens, UN still not taking responsibility

The international community was quick to respond in 2010 following the devastating earthquake in Haiti, but the worsening cholera epidemic has received less attention and resources for a variety of reasons. Nearly 10,000 people have died, less than 10% of the estimated mortality of the earthquake, but the disease continues to spread, and interventions have had little impact.

One of the issues may be the root cause: as a natural disaster, the earthquake was an attractive problem to solve, with no villains, […]

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An experience in Haiti with YASC

Ashley Bingaman, a music teacher from Virginia, served in Haiti from 2012-2014 with the Episcopal Church’s Young Adult Service Corps program, which provides opportunities for young adults (21-30) to minister with the Anglican Communion partners.

“We’re not called to go be the savior. We’re not called to go be the hero,” she says. “We are called to share Christ’s love and we are called to be in

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Presiding Bishop visits Northern Haiti

Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori recently became the first ever primate to visit northern Haiti.


“It is a very significant visit for us,” said the Rt. Rev. Ogé Beauvoir, bishop suffragan of theDiocese of Haiti, during a Dec. 15 interview with Episcopal News Service at the diocesan office in Pétionville, a suburb of Port-au-Prince.

Each Sunday Episcopalians in northern Haiti pray for the presiding bishop, said Beauvoir, who has lived in Cap-Haitien since becoming suffragan bishop in 2012, but with the exception […]

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