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Educating Haiti’s children

How is the school system in your community? Compare it to the one in Haiti.   Right outside our base in Port-au-Prince, a school has started up in the open air under tarps and sheds. They are crammed into tight, tight quarters – maybe a thousand kids. Most of the teachers work for free. …
By Seth Barnes
By Seth Barnes
How is the school system in your community? Compare it to the one in Haiti.
 
Right outside our base in Port-au-Prince, a school has started up in the open air under tarps and sheds. They are crammed into tight, tight quarters – maybe a thousand kids. Most of the teachers work for free. Earthquakes can devastate and crush the body, but the human spirit is hard to crush. Here’s a report.

Comments (3)

  • Dear Daddy Seth,
    Greetings from Pakistan.
    This is wonderful idea daddy to start education again.
    We will be praying for these kids.
    Yes our school systeam in villages are still like this.
    Yours son in Christ.
    Emmanuel Sadiq

  • That’s good work in the name of Jesus. It’s encouraging to hear a familiar old song to the Prince of Peace sung en Francais.
    Keep it up.

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