An Education for Wosdana

Dear friend,   I have some big news! Even though I am old enough I never went to school because my mom couldn’t pay the school fees. That made me sad.  My mom always wanted me to go to school because she never learned to read.     Pictured: Siltamene, Vernice, Pierre, Wosdana and Mylove   Then one

Wosdana Baptiste

Pictured: Wosdana who couldn’t smile because she was hungry   Hi, My name is Wosdana. I am six years old and I live in Williamson, Haiti. It’s a long walk, but I can see the ocean from my house.  I like the cool breezes it gives us at night. My mom loves me very much, but sometimes

Cervical Cancer Screening

Today, you have the opportunity to partner with World Wide Village and other global leaders in women’s health initiatives to fight cervical cancer in Haiti. Will you #DoSomething for the women of Haiti and help save a life?     $100 will provide 10 women in Haiti with cervical cancer screening $400 will pay the

Gratitude Report 2017

We are so grateful for your support over the last year.  God is working in AMAZING ways in Haiti and we are thrilled that you have been a part of that through your prayers, financial gifts and service.  If you are interested in becoming more involved with World Wide Village, you can!  Here are just

Dedication of the WWV Medical Center

  Words cannot express the joy that comes from witnessing the completion of a project like the Wolrd Wide Village medical center. Thanks to your prayers, planning and generous giving, this vision has become a reality for the people of Haiti. YOU helped make it happen!   We want to take just a moment to

Cervical Cancer

A cervical cancer survivor from the United States says, “to avoid being in my shoes as [a] woman diagnosed with cervical cancer, you must love, listen to, protect, and prioritize your body.” But what about the women in Haiti who cannot protect their own bodies? What about the women who have no access to screenings or treatment

Goats for Liliane

Now a widow, Liliane Eliasaint has six children and ten grandchildren. At 53 years of age, Liliane still works hard to care for her family.  While her bones often ache after the end of a long day, she tries hard to help her daughters provide for her grandchildren – especially when it comes to school. Her dream has been

Salt Water

“I know what it is to be in need, and I know what it is to have plenty. I have learned the secret of being content in any and every situation, whether well fed or hungry, whether living in plenty or in want.” Philippians 4:11-12 The Overtus sisters vividly understand the truth of this scripture. Katianna,

Field Update October 2017

World Wide Village Schools: School in Williamson & Luly is in full swing!  If you’ve ever wondered what a typical school day looks like in Haiti, enjoy a recent blog post sent to our WWV Student Sponsors called “A Day in the Life.”  Learn a little more about what the students in the World Wide