NPH Graduate Supports Victims of the Haiti Earthquake

NPH Graduate Supports Victims of the Haiti Earthquake

Modern people like to think that mankind controls nature, but sometimes the forces of nature remind us of their immense power in destructive ways. Recently, Haiti was the site of two such disastrous events. First, southwest Haiti was powerfully shaken by a...
Let Us Stand United with Haiti

Let Us Stand United with 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 devastated has been Sant Amitye Vijwin, a town where survivors...
NPH Arrives in Maniche

NPH Arrives in Maniche

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, the person entering a new place should be the one to initiate...
Surgery Ward Saves Newborn Baby

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...