Haiti

A Volunteer's Perspective

We were thrilled to welcome Jane Sampeur to Hinche this fall as a volunteer to work with the children.  I am pleased to share with you her thoughts on her experience.  Thank you, Jane, for being part of our community and COHH family.

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Post date: January 4, 2016 Author: admin

Video Tour of the COHH School: Science Class!

Come take a look at the exciting things happening in the science classes of the Center of Hope Haiti School! The solar system, biodegration, and dinosaurs!

 

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Post date: February 2, 2015 Author: Will

Summer School 2012

Will Frager returned to COHH this summer. He left last August to begin his Master's degree program at the University of Amsterdam in the Netherlands. He immediately began his evaluation of the first year first grade and assisted with the administration of the final exams. At the same time, he began the preparation for our summer school. We were very fortunate to find a highly talented teacher, Darling Joseph, to lead the summer school class.

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Post date: July 16, 2012 Author: James L. Lipscomb

Citrus Trees In Our Backyard

There is a dearth of trees in Haiti because many of the trees have been harvested over the years for firewood and furniture. At COHH, we have planted citrus trees with the hope of gaining a regular crop of oranges, lemons and grapefruit that can be used in the regular diet of the children. Jenna and Dustin Wadley purchased the plants and oversaw the planting during the Spring of 2011. Today the trees are doing well although we have not as yet harvested any fruit. The picture shows Jenna and Kenel, an orphan from another orphanage, planting a citrus tree. 

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Post date: February 24, 2012 Author: admin
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