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Social Workers, Stevenson and Theodore doing a home visit in Canaan.
Homeless, and hopeless Mama tried to relinquish her baby to an orphanage in 2015. Haiti Mama provides housing support, educationa and employment services for this family instead.
Rony and Mackenson
Human relationships are an important vehicle for change.
When Jacky was living on the streets, before reunification with his mother.
This was the first day we met 10 boys living on the streets.
Mama + Jacky
One week after being reuinted with his mama, after four years.
Talia and Anderson
Andy's uncles house. Andy's uncle helped us locate Andy's mama.
A desolate, impoverished earthquake tent city outside of Port au Prince.
The first street kid to ever approach Haiti Mama, he changed everything. And Haiti Mama still works closely with his family.
The most famous kid in Haiti. He had been living on the streets since he was 7, Haiti Mama found his mama living in trash when he was 12.
Naboulee. Haiti Mama serves three families that live in this area. There is no sanitation or clean water access for any of them.
This is where we found Mama J Mac living in July 2014.
Our physical education program.
Mama J Mac, Stevenson and Malbranche
Ander went to school for the first time at 14 years old after Haiti Mama reunited him with his mama, and gained an education sponsorship for him.
Mama Ander and Anderson
Starting a small business selling bananas.
Malbranche and Andy
Social Worker, Malbranche doing a home visit in Naboulee.
Social Worker, Stevenson reflecting on a hard time in the field.
Parents receive education and support weekly at Haiti Mama.
They will be men tomorrow
Ander, Anderson, Lucner and Tausha