Hinche Haiti Partners for Education

Category: Lisa’s visit


Faces of Haiti

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The Teachers’ Teachers

Before leaving for Haiti, I met Jim Hamilton at Carmel River School for his demonstration in the third grade classroom of the OLPC (One Laptop Per Child) laptops. He wanted to inspire the students to make positive things happen in…

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Madame Laroche

She is 102, and a corker. She seems to have many more years ahead of her. She lives with her nephews and their families at the familial homestead in Hinche. We had the pleasure of meeting her and taking her…

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Hunger Games

We sit on the porch at the bishop’s house, three white women, one a child of 13. Pere Noé has already met us at the airport in Port au Prince, and we have stopped here in Mirebalais on our way…

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Orderly Chaos

From my room above the rectory I can hear children arriving at the school. It’s 7am. I’m up and ready for some strong Haitian coffee, waiting for us in the dining room. From the balcony outside my bedroom door, I…

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EFL Haiti!

This is Lisa Donohoe Luscombe, one of the blog contributors traveling to Hinche, Haiti. Today I am packing for our trip to St Andre’s. My role will be to do an extensive English language teaching and learning assessment. I’m packing…

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