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Haiti Update: July 28, 2014

Discharges Landro Steve went home with his dad on Tuesday. Since he came here in early May, this little guy has gone from 3.1 lbs to 8.2 lbs and is doing well. His dad loves him a lot and has come to visit often during his time here. Landro Steve’s mama is around as well, […]

July 28, 2014 in Blog by

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Power House Construction Photos

The bricks are beginning to be placed for the walls of the new power building. Located at a centralized location on campus, the construction is taking place! 

July 23, 2014 in Blog by

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Haiti Update | July 18, 2014

Admits No one was admitted to our care this week, but Roseline and Eulalie were kept busy visiting the homes of several families who have asked us to care for their children. For some of these kids, we have come up with plans that will allow them to stay at home. For a few others, […]

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Haiti Update | July 11, 2014

Discharges Rose Mirline was reunited with her family this week. Her mama, an older sister and her two year old brother came to pick her up. They were all excited to see her and happy with her progress. Her mom asked a lot of good questions, saying that she had to ask them because Rose […]

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Haiti Update | July 4, 2014

Discharges Jean Macel went home on Friday. Formula Program Chedena was enrolled in the formula program this week. She came to COTP with her aunt because her mama is mentally unstable and unable to breastfeed. One month old Chedena wasormula Program Mamba Program Wilfanise graduated from medika mamba this week (picture to the left). She […]

July 7, 2014 in Updates by

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Building Update

The first phase of the Baby House construction is coming to a close. The house is now undergoing the ‘fun’ phase of stocking with toys and household supplies! The move in date for the kiddos is around the corner in just a few weeks. But before then, there is still plenty of planning and training that […]

July 2, 2014 in Blog by

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O Canada…Day

O Canada. The country that sits above the United States. The country that many Americans know very little about. Typically. Now don’t go jumping up and down saying that you can name all the territories and capitals AND you are an American.  If that is you, congratulations and thank you for making up for the […]

July 1, 2014 in Blog by

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An Open Opportunity

It’s the end of June already, which means that the sponsorship month is coming to a close. The cool thing though is technically sponsorship month doesn’t come to a close. There are always children in our care who need sponsors. There are always students who need sponsors. The opportunity to invest in the future of little […]

June 30, 2014 in Blog by

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Haiti Update | June 27, 2014

Admits & Discharges N/A Formula Program Emmanuel Jean wad admitted to the program on Tuesday. He is seven weeks old and weighs 6 lbs. His mom is sick and not breast feeding, so Emmanuel has not been getting all of the nutrition he needs. Anise was admitted to the formula program this week. She is eight […]

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Haiti Update | June 20, 2014

Admits  Ruth Mania was admitted to COTP on Monday. She was referred to us by Tabitha, a Haitian woman who has a small orphanage nearby. Ruth’s elderly grandmother is her primary caregiver because her mom passed away when she was six months old. Her uncle and his children also live with grandma. Ruth’s grandma is […]

June 26, 2014 in Blog by

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