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These are the tools students need to succeed, such as access to computers and the Internet and a local Resource Center to study, connect, and grow together.
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Street Merchants Catch a glimpse of the life of a street merchant in Haiti. These brave individuals get up everyday and toil in the hot sun to provide for their families.
Instruction + Work = Freedom Young Haitians are battling for the freedom that comes from the opportunity to get an education and find decent work. Sadly, most of them have been denied this freedom, bound instead by the shackles of poverty.
Social Class in Haiti Social classes have always been a part of Haitian society, and sadly they are alive and well today contributing to the marginalization of Haiti's poor.
RISING Feeding Program Imagine sitting in class hungry because you couldn't afford to pack a lunch for school. We don't want this to be the story of any of our RISING students and that's why we started the RISING feeding program.
They Gave Electricity! Imagine practicing social distancing from COVID-19 with no internet, lights or fans in a hot, tropical climate.
Money or Education? Through the course of our discussion, several students shared competing views. Some said that money was more important because the purpose of education is to get money. Others argued that education is about much more than getting money.
Why We Fund University Scholarships Sometimes people ask us why we support university students? Itís true that if you support younger students with lower school costs you can reach more students ó but our goal isnít only to reach more students.
Why We Don't Show Pictures of Kids in Huts These are the youth of Haiti, and poverty has stripped them of the opportunities most of us take for granted.
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