Hope Flows In: The Gift of Clean Water

Hope Flows In: The Gift of Clean Water

Around the world, a child dies every 21 second from a water related disease. To put that into perspective, that is 20 jumbo jets crashing every day. Cholera is one of the deadliest water related diseases and has been rampant within Haiti. But, through the leadership...

Celebrating God’s Work Through Us

This was written for the Fall 2011 newsletter by Tim Brand, then President of the Board and now Executive Leader. To the MH4H Family of Friends and Supporters, Having recently returned from Haiti, I can say I have never been more optimistic about the future of both...

Announcing New Staff: Silentor Esthil-Henderson

Many Hands for Haiti is thrilled to announce the employment of Silentor Esthil-Henderson, a 24-year-old Haitian born, American citizen. Silentor (the “r” is silent) will lead the new projects starting in Gonaives, Haiti, which initially will include a program similar...
How You Can Help Us Continue the Feeding Program

How You Can Help Us Continue the Feeding Program

 The feeding program started by Many Hands for Haiti (MH4H)In January of 2010, was intended to help patients at our partner hospital Hospital Benefiasse de Pignon in their healing process by relieving the burden of providing food for themselves during their...
Nurses Helping Nurses

Nurses Helping Nurses

A young woman in Haiti has begun her professional nursing training through the compassion and generosity of nurses in Pella and the surrounding area. Ficoise Dehilaine is 25 years old and graduated from secondary school in Pignon, Haiti, last June. Even though her...
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