In February 2017, we broke ground on The Brock House. The dream of having a fully operational Children’s home was becoming a reality. Then in November 2017, we opened our doors to nine (9) children. We became a family. We have since added six (6) additional children for a full
Education is an important key to success. Ke Nan Ke is committed to providing schools in as many communities as possible. The objective is to build them close enough to orphanages, underprivileged neighborhoods, and growing communities to make attending school more accessible to more families.
In October, we opened a
What happens to kids who age out of an orphanage but are ill prepared for life…nothing good without some direction, education, and instruction. We are excited to announce the opening of our Transition House 🏡 to provide the bridge these young men need to become productive citizens. Please let us
The lack of quality medical care in Haiti is no secret. Agencies such as the World Heath Organization, USAID, and Doctor’s Without Borders all agree that even before the 2010 earthquake the healthcare system in Haiti was lacking. The inadequacies were compounded in the aftermath of the earthquake. The Haitian
Ever since the day that changed everything, our primary objective has been to adequately feed as many children as possible. We have several orphanages that we provide the basics of rice, beans, cornmeal, spaghetti, tomato paste, flour and charcoal on a regular basis. These orphanages do not bear our name
Education is the key to a bright future, right? In Haiti, attending school and preparing for a bright future is just a dream to many children and families. Can you add SPONSOR A CHILD to your TO DO LIST? Ke Nan Ke is committed to making a difference in the
Dan is a little girl we met on the day that changed everything (earlier blog). She was living in the orphanage because her father had died in the earthquake and her mother was not able to take care of her and her siblings. Even when that orphanage closed, we remained
For the past several years, my mother in law, ‘Lona Jane’ , has given so that several of our HAITI KIDS could celebrate their birthdays. Their birthday should not be ‘just another day’ but it should be celebrated as a
special day was her belief.
She passed away in March