We were excited to install lighting in a school. Many schools are dimly lit and rely on open doors and windows to let in light. These little lights were a huge blessing to these students.
When faced with the inequalities of life, I wonder why I am so blessed. I live in Haiti; but, I wake up in a comfortable bed every morning without wondering if I will have food to eat, clean water to take a bath or a host of other things we
How do you break the cycle of poverty? Education. Education paves the way for better employment, wiser choices, and stronger communities. Ke Nan Ke is committed not only to assisting with primary education but also secondary education. The Bridging Hearts Institute is our English Language School. Learning the English language
Hurricane Matthew Blog
Imagine the worst storm you have ever witnessed….now imagine this was your house when that storm passed over you. Thousands of people in Haiti are still picking up the pieces of their homes, lives and belongings weeks after Matthew has faded from the news. The long lasting
My father-in-law came to visit us a few years back. He met new people and got acquainted with several families that we work closely with in Haiti. Before he left to go back home, he asked us about the possibility of REALLY making a change in one family’s life. He
For many reasons, most Haitians do not have access to electricity on a regular basis. These solar powered lighting systems can give them two lights and one receptacle for several hours every evening. This provides additional study time for the children and improves their ability to succeed in school. The