Let’s Celebrate Nakyese Mary from Uganda and Marie Yvrose from Haiti

It’s International Women’s Day, and we’re celebrating Nakyese Mary, caretaker of the Police borehole in Kaberamaido, Uganda. With six children, she is a full-time mother and like many of us, she [...]

A Man with a Calling

Surge for Water’s legacy in Haiti is stronger because of Dr. Pierre Erol Rene (Dr. Erol) of Cayes Jacmel and ASSHLA, an organization he founded formally in 2011, to support the holistic needs of [...]

Long-term Partnership Breeds Employment Opportunities in Cayes-Jacmel, Haiti

In Cayes-Jacmel, Haiti, we have partnered with the Association Saint – Luc Haiti (ASSLHA) to produce soap. This allows the community to purchase locally made soap as well as providing jobs. [...]

Soap Sparks Jobs, Sanitation in Cayes-Jacmel, Haiti

For the 36,000 people living in Cayes-Jacmel, Haiti, there are little choices for jobs. The economy is based on subsistence farming, fishing, handicrafts, and tourism. Young boys in downtown [...]

Six Days in Haiti

My six days in Haiti by no means made me a “changed” person. It didn’t make me an expert on the problems the country faces. My trip also did not make me an authority on Haiti’s land — its wild [...]

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