Children’s Stories

The Story of Soledad

Soledad* was born on June 6th, 2001. She joined NPH when she was three months old because her family lived in extreme poverty. When Soledad first arrived at NPH, she lived in the Asis House, which was the house for babies, but when she was six years old, she moved to...

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Indigenous Roots Not Forgotten

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 Amazonas region, near the northeast of the country, lives the...

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Surgery Ward Saves Newborn Baby

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 between US$1.25 to US$2-a-day, depending on whether there...

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Learning a Lot, Little By Little

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 months old - and they live very close to NPH with their...

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