There’s a popular Christian song with lyrics that describe how God is working in Haiti right now: “Way maker, miracle worker, promise keeper, light in the darkness, my God, that is who You are.”


The song ends by repeating this phrase…“Even when I don’t see it, You’re working. Even when I don’t feel it, You’re working. You never stop, You never stop working. You never stop, You never stop working.”


Even when it feels impossible, God is still working in Haiti!  




God is definitely a “way maker and miracle worker” as He made a way for Sant Sante Espwa to re-open in a new temporary location! Despite the insecurity in Williamson our midwife and nurse are back to providing care for mothers, babies, children, and adults.


Providing much-needed medical care in our area of rural Haiti is truly only possible with your help. Thank you! 


The new location for Sant Sante Espwa!




Praise God that all five of the World Wide Village partner-schools have opened this year. Due to the insecurity and gang violence in our area, we couldn’t imagine how God would make a way, but He did!


Three schools in Luly (Good Samaritan, Armee du Salut, and Luly School) are operating as usual and are filled with students. Due to the current instability, the Williamson School moved locations but opened in a community just south of Williamson. The Brazil School – located in another area of Williamson – has opened its doors with added on-site security.


We are so thankful for each of these schools that continue to provide a place for our students to learn and grow. We are heartbroken over those students who fled and are not returning but know that God has a plan for their lives. Lord willing they will be able to return to our area soon.


A special thanks to all our sponsors who give month after month to make all of this possible!



14 sponsored students are starting their university classes this month!  We are so proud of these students for working hard and persevering through so much adversity.


These students are studying engineering, nursing, administrative sciences and more.  We are hopeful that they will provide a brighter future for themselves, their families, their communities and their country!




Many families received the gift of goats last month, including Norason Elira and his mother. Read Norason’s story HERE!



On October 2nd, the U.N. Security Council authorized a one-year deployment of police officers from Kenya to help combat gangs in Haiti.


One week later on October 9th, a Kenyan court temporarily blocked the deployment of police to Haiti. The High Court argued that the decision to send a police force was unconstitutional and needed parliamentary approval.


On November 9th, Kenya’s government announced that its police officers will not be deployed to Haiti until all conditions on training and funding are met in line with the October approval from the U.N Security Council.


Please be in prayer for God’s will for this intervention in Haiti as gangs continue to wreak havoc.