Addendum to the HL blog Updated 03.24.2020 As you likely know, social-distancing in Haiti is a very difficult request. Practically speaking the vast majority of the population will have little chance of meeting the request of the government to try and sta... read more

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This International Women’s Day (#IWD2020), we celebrate the achievements of women and call for a more gender balanced world. In honor of IWD2020, we want to share a conversation with Fredelyne.  Recently, Heartline’s Clinic Director, KJ (Beth) Jo... read more

Things are fragile in Haiti. The political and social climate, conditions for families, the economy, the wellbeing of mothers and their children and so much more. All things are fragile. Back in late November and early December, Haiti began to calm down a... read more

Imagine having to choose between sending your child to school and putting food on the table. What would you do? The cost of education in Haiti is high. Forced to choose between meeting basic survival necessities and sending their children to school, many ... read more

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January 12, 2010 is a date I will never forget, along with millions of other image bearers in this country we have called home. It is a date that changed everything for all who were lost in Haiti’s earthquake and the families that still mourn. It is a d... read more

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To say it’s been a challenging year for families in Haiti is an understatement. The normal daily difficulties of living in Haiti have been worsened by political unrest, gang violence, and frequent protests in the streets. For a father trying to make end... read more

To say it’s been a challenging year for families in Haiti is an understatement. The daily difficulties of living in Haiti have been worsened by political unrest, gang violence, and frequent protests in the streets. For a mother trying to make ends meet,... read more

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As the holiday season approaches, many of us are looking for ways to shop with a purpose. By purchasing handmade items from Haitian artisans, you can give family and friends truly unique gifts while providing employment and economic opportunity. As Haiti... read more

To say it’s been a challenging year for families in Haiti is an understatement. The daily difficulties of living in Haiti have been worsened by political unrest, gang violence, and frequent protests in the streets. For a mother trying to make ends meet,... read more

Chris was born August 20, 2019. He arrived at 9:02 am, weighing 7 pounds 10 ounces. He is the 1,000th baby born at the Heartline Maternity Center! His mama, Wilneus, worked very hard to meet her baby boy and is soaking up these sweet moments.  S... read more