By Kevin Charles Fleming ’09 Photographs by Mark Lipczynski, Illustrations by Yann Kebbi MAY 14, 2019 WHEN DR. JOHN “BULL” DURHAM ’80 MET WOODJINA IN A STIFLING, crowded ward of Port-au-Prince’s La Paix Hospital, the five-year-old girl was dying. For weeks, she’d been confined to a dirty mattress, unable to walk, beset by a spiking […]
Sex trafficking can be a hard issue to approach in a community, but it is not impossible, according to two members of ARISE Project for Humanity, founder Williamson Sintyl and board member Coco Berthmann. As a part of ARISE, Sintyl runs a mentorship program in Haiti to help women and vulnerable children advocate […]
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At this international conference, out of 21 countries, it was an honor to earn the most Creative Blood Drive in the world. Representatives from other blood providers were just amazed with the Zombie Blood Drive and are now interested in doing this back in their home towns.
All it took was a Facebook post about a recent Northern Arizona Volunteer Medical Corp trip to Haiti to inspire Wendy Wetzel of Flagstaff to get involved in the lives of young women thousands of miles away.
As children around the world wait for the arrival of Santa Claus on Sunday night, 55 orphans at the Foyer Renmen orphanage in Port au Prince, Haiti, will be snuggling into their beds with happy memories of a visit two weeks ago by Pere Noel, the French version of Santa Claus.
To the editor: On behalf of the Flagstaff Family Food Center, Food Bank and Kitchen I would like to express heartfelt thanks and appreciation for the Northern Arizona Volunteer Medical Corp.
Blood is flowing in a downtown bank and, as the sun sets, sacks of bloody, severed hands are dumped into an alley across the street from the roof of a garage.
In a walled compound on the outskirts of Port au Prince, Haiti, a group of orphaned girls surrounds a new sewing machine.
Each night as the sun slips away over a country wracked by natural disaster and poverty, 55 children line up inside a walled compound to sing their nightly prayers.