June 2019 Field Update

EDUCATION:  Summer is here and school is just winding down for children in Haiti. We are so thankful for so many of you who sponsor students in the World Wide Village supported schools. Living in rural Haiti, many of these children would not have access to education...

Meet Our Staff – Jamil!

Pictured: Jamil Lucien   A jokester at heart, Jamil Lucien has been working with World Wide Village since the massive earthquake of 2010. Starting as a warehouse manager, Jamil now manages many aspects of World Wide Village and is a great problem solver. Jamil...

Fighting Cancer in Haiti

Cervical cancer is treatable. Why are women in Haiti still dying from it?     This eye-opening question was posed by the Miami Herald several months ago. “Cervical cancer is a disease that Haiti cannot afford. And in most cases, it’s a disease the country’s...

Meet Our Staff – Jennifer!

Pictured: Jennifer Olivier   Meet Jennifer!  She has been working with World Wide Village for the last five years and she does a fantastic job keeping the guesthouse running smoothly and always looking nice. Jennifer is in charge of cleaning and organizing and...

Discipleship in Haiti

  Haiti is a very evangelized but poorly discipled country. Missionaries have been traveling to Haiti for decades and the name of Jesus can be seen everywhere – on storefronts and tap-taps, schools and homes. Yet the foundation for these beliefs is often not...

May 2019 Field Update

CERVICAL CANCER SCREENING: Haiti has the highest reported rate of cervical cancer in the world, primarily due to the lack of screening and treatment availability. THANKS TO YOUR SUPPORT, World Wide Village is honored to be one of the first non-profits to participate...