Written by Tara Livesay – Director, Heartline Maternity Center When we first moved to Haiti more than 12 years ago, we were totally naive and unaware, like most folks are when they change cultures and countries. We were not an exception to this norm... read more

Update from Beth Johnson, Midwife – Heartline Maternity Center Look who came to visit! You might remember Guetchina, who gave birth to Aubrey last February (Click here to read their full story). Guetchina had several pregnancy losses, including a lo... read more

Prayer is the foundation of our shared ministry in Haiti. As we work to strengthen Haitian families and prevent children from becoming orphans, we acknowledge that prayer is vital to all we do. Will you join with people across the world in pursuing mercy ... read more

*Written by: Tara Livesay, CPM and Director – Heartline Maternity Center On this International Women’s Day, I celebrate the women of Haiti and the brave way they press on in spite of loss, systematic inequalities, and cultural challenges. Tod... read more

This proud mama’s smile says it all! Thanks to your support, Madelene and baby Esther survived a high-risk pregnancy and childbirth! We first shared Madelene’s story in December (click here to read the post).  Madelene is a 39 year old mothe... read more

Mica is “Mama of the Month” on the Somebody’s Mama blog! Click here to read the full post and see how Somebody’s Mama and their Love Clubs are rallying around moms in Haiti! “I saw the transformation in Mica’s life. She... read more

We are honored that the Heartline Maternity Center is featured on the One Day’s Wages blog! In November, you showed up in a BIG way for moms and babies in Haiti. Your gifts, combined with a generous matching grant from One Day’s Wages, raised ... read more

Haiti’s prison system is the most congested of any country in the world, with a formidable 454% occupancy level. Most incarcerated Haitians have not been convicted of a crime, but are imprisoned during lengthy pretrial detention, frequently for many yea... read more

Happy New Year! We couldn’t think of a better way to end 2017 and start 2018 than with the births of two precious baby girls – Rose and Thea! Baby Rose was born in the afternoon hours of December 31. She was the last of 110 babies born in the ... read more