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Thank You Apex Foundation

Pictured: Apex team in Haiti Apex is a company out of Anoka, MN that specializes in sustainable solutions to water treatment, facility software solutions, renewable energy and efficient indoor ice rinks.  Apex was founded by industry veterans who weren’t satisfied by the way things were done.  Their goal was to do things that really make

Field Update June 2017

New School Library The Ackerson Family was the most recent team in Haiti with World Wide Village.  During their one week mission trip they helped paint and construct a new library in the Williamson school in memory of Mark Frain – a beloved son, nephew and cousin of the who passed away in a snowmobile

A Look at Short-Term Missions

Enjoy this video recently made by one of our short-term medical missions teams to Haiti.  Then ask yourself, “When can I take that step of faith and come to Haiti to learn, encourage and engage?” Consider these three options: October 7-14, 2017 – Encourage the nearly 600 children in the WWV schools, help photograph the students, learn

Host a One Mission Party!

    Looking for a fun way to do more for the people of Haiti? Host a One Mission Haitian-style party right in your own home! One Mission sells super cute tees, unique art prints and notecards, great jewelry, castile soaps, candles, mugs and more.  They also have a huge heart for Haiti – which is one of

A Day in the Life of a Student in Luly…

Pictured: Preschool students in the WWV Luly School Have you ever wondered what a typical school day looks like in Haiti? Are you curious what your sponsored student is learning? Would you like to know what their classroom looks like and how many other students are in their class? Pictured: 1st Grade Class in Luly

A Day in the Life of a Third Grader…

Pictured: Students from the 3rd grade class in Williamson Have you ever wondered what a typical school day looks like in Haiti? Are you curious what your sponsored student is learning? Would you like to know what their classroom looks like and how many other students are in their class? The photo above is our

Field Update May 2017

A New Well: What a blessing to witness another World Wide Village well being drilled recently!  The drillers hit water at 80 feet and continued drilling to 210 feet.  Even more exciting was the fact that this new well in Williamson is producing water at 50 gallons per minute. For those of us who know

Reflections on Childbirth

My sister delivered her first baby last month. She went into labor naturally two days after her due date. All the ultrasounds showed a healthy baby boy and the entire family was beyond thrilled that a new baby boy would soon be entering our family. I live 3 hours away from my sister, so as

Peresse

At 72 years of age, Peresse had lived ten years longer than the average life expectancy in Haiti. I think sometimes we need additional time to fully understand and accept the grace and forgiveness that God offers to each of us. Thankfully God allowed Peresse that extra time. Peresse came into the World Wide Village