Breaking the Cycle

Pictured: Emmania in 2014   Five years ago, before this little girl was first sponsored, there were many people in her village who did not believe she could succeed. They believed she would follow in the footsteps of her family members who never had the...

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Meet Our Staff – Reggie

  Everyone, meet Reggie! Reggie works with the Student Sponsorship Program and is one of our favorite translators at World Wide Village.  Reggie grew up in a family of seven, the middle child of four sisters. His family moved to America when he was six years old....

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Meet Our Staff – Caline

  From the time she was a little girl, Caline grew up in an orphanage. “I’ve been in an orphanage my whole life,” she said. “I had a mom and dad, but they placed me in an orphanage because I would have access to education there. My parents wouldn’t have been able...

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Maccedoine

This is Maccedoine, a 50-year-old mother to five children here in Williamson. Over the summer, Maccedoine came into the WWV Medical Center complaining of a severe headache. As our nurses began to examine her, they discovered that she was dangerously hypertensive. “A...

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January 2019 Field Update

New year... same mission!  Because of YOU, World Wide Village continues to serve in so many ways in rural Haiti, blessing the people of Williamson and Luly in the name of Jesus Christ.  SAFE HOUSING We know that a healthy home is a necessity for sustainable living, so...

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Merry Christmas from Haiti!

https://vimeo.com/307710345   We hope you have a wonderful Christmas celebrating the birth of our Savior, Jesus Christ.   "May the God of HOPE fill you with all JOY and PEACE as you trust in Him, so that you may overflow with HOPE by the power of the Holy...

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New Tax Laws Impact Giving

Giving stock is a wonderful way to make an impact in Haiti... tax-free! As a physician, Jim Magera and his family have seen the impact that a donation to World Wide Village can make in Haiti. He has been involved with building the medical programs in Haiti and sharing...

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Beyond Mountains

Beyond Mountains, More Mountains There is an old Haitian proverb that says, “deye mon gen mon,” which is a beautiful way to describe the amazing mountain views in Haiti. But this proverb has a deeper meaning, as it is also a reminder of the reality of daily life for...

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Christmas in Haiti

  Celebrating Christmas in Haiti comes with many special traditions. We hope you enjoy learning a little more about how the people of Haiti celebrate the birth of our Savior.  These traditions vary by location in Haiti and how much extra income one has, but all...

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December 2018 Field Update

#GivingTuesday Thanks! Thanks to your generosity on #GivingTuesday, several small businesses are being started and expanded this month!  Mylove received rice and beans and other food staples to begin a new business in the market. Elda will be continuing in cooking...

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