Haiti Trip

WASH Program

The Water, Sanitation and Health (WASH) program is a critical component of improving child health in Haiti. Without good health, children cannot grow and learn

Mother’s Club

A Mother’s Club in the UDICC Area Development Program in Haiti is using a club approach to overcome malnutrition. We met today with one club

When traveling, details matter

One member of the FreddyLink team for this trip to Haiti is relatively new to traveling. He has had quite an adventure even before the

A tale of two scissors

I decided to put my gifts for my sponsored children into backpacks, thinking the backpacks themselves would be nice gifts. I went ahead and packed

“One sleep” to Haiti

When our children were small, we used to count down “sleeps” to big events. I confess I have been counting down for this up-coming trip

Interview on Up! 93.1

Listen to this recent interview by Bernie Zebarth on Fredericton radio station Up! 93.1

When poverty has a face

It happens frequently. Another natural disaster occurs somewhere in the world, lives are lost, and people lose their homes. Food and water become scarce. I

What does poverty look like?

There is severe poverty in Haiti. I was reflecting on the poverty I saw there, and trying to capture what that poverty “looks like”. Some

Back to “normal”?

It was a busy, exciting, fulfilling week in Haiti. I am now back home, and back to “normal”. But what is this “normal”? Somehow normal

At church in Haiti

We had a chance to attend Sunday morning service at a local church located in the COBOCOL Area Development Program in the central plateau of