We found 8 additional articles filed under Port-au-Prince. They're listed below, most recent first.
- Haiti Update: Communities of Shalom
08/26/2010 -- Deaconess candidate Valerie Mossman-Celestin shares her work with Communities of Shalom as the U.S. director of Haitian Artisans for Peace International (HAPI).
- Haiti Relief, Six Months after the Quake
07/12/2010 -- They aren't out of the woods, not by a long shot. But over the past 6 months, the Haitian people have begun to mobilize for recovery. UMCOR is there-digging in for the long haul.
- Methodist Leaders Attend Roundtable on Haiti
04/26/2010 -- Churches in the Methodist tradition from around the world met together with representatives of the Methodist Church of Haiti (EMH) April 19-22 in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, to prepare a unified plan to respond to the crisis in Haiti.
- “We Are Neighbors”
02/25/2010 -- Thirty-six hours after a massive earthquake ravaged the Haitian capital of Port-au-Prince, United Methodist Women-supported Dominican-Haitian Women’s Movement (MUDHA) brought 88 people, 30 of them doctors or nurses, along with water, food, medical supplie...
- Of HAPI-ness, Gratitude Journals, and Haiti
02/19/2010 -- United Methodist Women-supported Hatian Artisans for Peace International generates hope; not just for the artisans of Mizak, but also for those who journal in the hand-bound books they sell.
- One Member's Reflection on Haiti
02/17/2010 -- Some events in life marked us so deeply that we will always be able to answer these questions with certainty when we evoke them for they seem to be inscribed very deep in our memories.
- Haiti Update: Thursday, February 11
02/11/2010 -- As the work of recovery and renewal continues in Haiti, udates will appear several times each week. Please continue to check in for news and mission giving at work through funded missions, regional missionaries, partner organizations, and more.
- Prayers for Haiti
01/14/2010 -- United Methodist Women members are responding to needs since the Haiti earthquake. The first line of response is prayer.
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