Good Morning From Ayiti!

After some well-deserved rest everyone is up and ready for a full day. After breakfast we will make the long drive to Grande Saline and begin our work there. This is a fantastic team and we know they will accomplish great things!!

Progress!

Greetings from Health for Haiti!  Our 2019 Health for Haiti Team is working hard to prepare for our upcoming trip to Haiti!! We have some ambitious goals and we are grateful for all of the support from our past Health for Haiti students and the entire SUNY Broome Community.  Our Bowling Tournament Fundraiser will be…

Please Support the 2019 Health for Haiti Class Fundraisers!

Calling all former Health for Haiti students and current supporters! We need your help. We are fortunate to have 24 wonderful students participating in the 2019 Health for Haiti class, and we have some ambitious goals for what we want to achieve this January in Haiti.  We are hoping to serve 500 families with our…

Sewing Students Show Off New Skills

Most students are enjoying summer vacation in Grande Saline, but the sewing students have continued to work hard every week.  Some of the students are now able to make clothing. This skill can mean an opportunity to earn income, which will improve the quality of life for their families. Thank you to our talented teachers,…

The Haiti We See

This update is not what I planned to be posting this week.  I thought I would be writing about joyful reunions with dear friends; hot, dusty, bumpy bus rides; delicious food; and the great work accomplished by our summer 2018 Health for Haiti team and Haitian community partners.  Instead, I am home reflecting on the…

Thank You Marine Corps League of Binghamton!

Health for Haiti would like to thank the John W. Thurston Detachment of the Marine Corps League of Binghamton for their very generous donation to the Health for Haiti program. Retired Marine Donald Kumpon has two granddaughters who participated in the Health for Haiti class, Maddi (2017) and Mary (2018). Maddi and Mary shared their…

Clean Water Changes Everything

The World Health Organization estimates that hundreds of millions of people in the world do not have access to clean water, and that every year over a half million people die from diseases related to drinking dirty water. Since March 2015, SUNY Broome Community College’s Health for Haiti program has been providing clean drinking water…