"In January 2007 I visited a small island off the coast of Haiti called Lagonave. The level of poverty I witnessed there moved me to get involved in assisting in the regeneration of the entire island. Whilst on Lagonave it became apparent that there was almost no access to the basics needed for life. Less than 20% of the population had ANY access to clean drinking water, one 35 bed hospital served the 100,000+ population and children all over the island were living as street children"
Justin Dowds, Founder
As we start planning a trip to Anse-a-galets, La Gonave, Haiti for September 2015 we think of people we have come across. This gentleman pictured was sitting contemplating on a Sunday morning when a bunch of Sc…read more
Carnegie primaty school p6 raise £1750 during a year of hard work with concerts bag packing and much more! We are so grateful. Every penny towards keeping the hospital running!