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October 5, 2021By Erick Nery, Peru

Sherlin is 17 years old. He joined the NPH Peru family in July 2011 with his two siblings, Michell and Marcel. Sherlin finished high school in 2020 and currently he is doing his year of service at Casa Santa...

October 5, 2021By Brad Bobel, Bolivia

Maribel arrived at NPH Bolivia in 2005 with her older brother. Within the first year of NPH Bolivia opening its doors, Maribel* arrived with her brother when she was 4 years old and now, after 15 years at the...

September 24, 2021By Nicolas Wasson, Haiti

I traveled around the hardest-hit areas in southern Haiti with the team sent by NPH, so I got to see how some communities had only mild damage, while other places really had been destroyed. One of the most...

September 9, 2021By Nicholas Rogers, Honduras

Executive Directors of NPH Haiti and the St. Luke Foundation The organizations Nos Petits Freres et Soeurs and St. Luke Foundation are pleased to announce that our employee, Mrs. Marie Ange Beril, who was...

September 7, 2021By Adonis Pio, Dominican Republic

Adonis Pio, Communication Officer at NPH Dominican Republic COVID-19 has had a huge impact across the world during the past 18 months. It has claimed over 4.5 million lives, with 4,000 deaths reported in the...

September 7, 2021By Nicholas Rogers, Honduras

Executive Directors of NPH Haiti and St. Luke Foundation The NPH Organization announces that one of its staff, Mrs. Marie Ange Beril, was kidnapped on Tuesday, September 7, 2021. She is the Director of the...

September 6, 2021By Nicolas Wasson, Haiti

There is a Haitian proverb that says “bonjou se paspo ou” or “a hello is your passport.” In Haiti, it is considered very impolite to enter a town you have never been to without saying good morning. Usually,...

August 30, 2021By Nicholas Rogers, Honduras

The 7.2 magnitude earthquake that struck the southern side of the country couldn’t have come at a worse possible time, just as a category 5 storm is forecasted, as we mourn the death of our late president, and...

August 28, 2021By Nicholas Rogers, Honduras

Gia Riney, NPHI Director Communications Marie Bénicia Benoit has been freed. She was released this morning in good health. She is now resting with her family. The relief felt by the St. Damien team, as well as...

August 25, 2021By Nicholas Rogers, Honduras

Géhy Jean Noel, Assistant National Director I recall the day 12 January 2010, when I experienced an earthquake for the first time in my life while living at the Ste. Helene home, in Kenscoff with my NPH...

August 25, 2021By Nicholas Rogers, Honduras

Dr. Jacqueline Gautier and Fr. Richard Leo Frechette The Nos Petits Frères et Sœurs – NPFS and The St. Luke Foundation for Haiti (FSL), learned with dismay of the kidnapping of their employee, Ms. Marie...

July 8, 2021By Nicholas Rogers, Honduras

Nicholas Rogers, NPHI Communications Manager The Haitian President Jovenel Moïse was assassinated at his residence in the early hours of Wednesday 7 July, which has also left his wife Martine Moïse...

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June 14, 2021By Guznara Melo, Honduras

The decisions we made prior to this predicament did not envision an abrupt change in our projections. If I think about the months before I left Chile before coming to Honduras to volunteer as an Occupational...

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June 14, 2021By Diego Falcón, Peru

Mariano currently studies nursing. He says he likes his career very much, because he helps a lot of people and one day wants to work in a clinic. Mariano shares more about his life and heritage. In the...

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June 14, 2021By Arielle Augustin, Honduras

The groups that meet in the communities utilize the same format as those in our residential home: The participants receive an open space in which girls of various ages can boost their self-esteem, build a...

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June 14, 2021By Damarie Voight, Haiti

Erica is a 28-year-old mother, residing in the Canaan neighborhood on the outskirts of the Haitian capital, Port-au-Prince. She survives on an informal income, selling fruit and vegetables in the city, earning...

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June 14, 2021By Carmina Salazar, El Salvador

Pamela is a six-year-old girl who is studying at our “Centro de Atención Infantil” (CAI). She is the oldest of four siblings – Miguel,* 4 years old (also attending CAI); Guillermo,* 2 years old, and Lily,* 4...

El Salvador year of service boy at the farm
June 4, 2021By Carmina Salazar, El Salvador

Casa Sagrada Familia is a beautiful place to live. It is home to 102 children who come from vulnerable situations and belong to the NPH El Salvador family. Located off the main highway between the busy city of...

El Salvador year of service boy at the farm
April 20, 2021By Carmina Salazar, El Salvador

Father William Wasson, the founder of Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos, once said, “My very soul cries out and forces me to go where there are starving children”. His experiences with children and youths who had...

April 16, 2021By Nicholas Rogers, Honduras

Daniel Zapata, Linette Gomez and Nicholas Rogers NPH Mexico has two of its four homes in the state of Morelos; one in the city of Cuernavaca, where the high school students reside, and the other in the town of...

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April 16, 2021By Daniel Zapata, Mexico

Poverty affects large sectors of the population in each of the nine countries where Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos serves. Mexico, where NPH was first established in 1954, is often seen as one of the more...

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January 6, 2021By Adonis Pio, Dominican Republic

Pablo is 40-years-old. He lives with his 10-year-old son Sebastián and his wife María. They live in Batey Nuevo, just a few streets away from Casa Santa Ana: home to NPH Dominican Republic. The bateyes are...

October 14, 2020By Nele Pijnenburg, Honduras

Dear World, I’m happy to write to you all! I arrived to NPH in 1994 with my five siblings when I was less than 12 months old. Now I am 25-years-old and I am in the second year at the National University,...

December 13, 2019By Thomas Hartig, Guatemala

Since 2016, NPH’s OneFamily program has provided support for struggling families. It has also helped reintegrate children who had previously lived at Casa San Andrés in NPH Guatemala back into their biological...

St. Damien needs you
October 19, 2018By Jacqueline Gautier, Haiti

As a result of the recent and imminent hospital closings, St. Damien is experiencing a tremendous increase in demand for services, particularly from women in labor and children, putting a significant strain on...