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Susie’s Blog

Hi All, I am writing from Haiti, where I have been spending time with the children and our HaitiChildren staff for the past week. I am sad to leave, but I look forward to getting home and working on our upcoming fundraiser. You can read all...

  Friends and family, I am extremely concerned as our HaitiChildren staff continues their heroic efforts to care for our children.  The possibility of a national revolution to force suspected corrupt leaders out of government offices may become a reality soon.  This news report on today’s activity...

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                                         For More Information Contact: June 18, 2019 Joyce Jones (Wilson), (202) 225-4506 Elizabeth Brown (Castor), (202) 225-3376 Rachel Huxley-Cohen (Frankel), (202) 225-9890 Daniel Gleick (Demings) (202) 225-2176 Katrina Martell (Hastings) (202) 225-1313 Blake Davis (Murcarsel-Powell), (202) 225-2778 Nicole McLaren (Soto), (202) 225-9889 Carla McGarvey (Shalala), (202) 225-3931 David Stephen (Lee), (202)...

HaitiChildren continues to operate in the diabolical conditions of the country.  Our staff have to leave their homes at 5am in order to arrive at our orphanage, clinics and schools at 8am.   Civilian groups and anti-corruption organizations have vowed to march and protest until...

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — Thousands of protesters demanding the resignation of President Jovenel Moïse clashed with police Thursday as some tried to storm barriers outside the National Palace while others sought shelter as heavy gunfire echoed in nearby streets. The demonstration came a day after Moïse...

Hello friends and family, We are monitoring the current situation in Haiti with grave concern. While, again, Haiti is in a state of political unrest, the children and staff are safe. All schools, banks, markets and many roads are closed due to manifestations of the Haitian population...