"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
Three year old Ydson left La Gonave today for his new home. He has been accepted into a school for disabled children in Northern Haiti and he will be living with a foster family who have one child. He will atte…read more
Ydson is a tiny 3 year old who was abandoned at the hospital. His diagnosis is Cerebral Palsy and it has been determined that he sees only light and dark and probably doesn't hear, although I'm a bit skeptical …read more