Progress in Nan Plim, Pt. 1

Progress in Nan Plim, Pt. 1

Work in Nan Plim is moving quickly thanks to APDAG, community members in Nan Plim, and Yee, our on-the-ground engineer.  After local residents cleared a fallen tree from the site back in September, Fefe, the head of the community group in Nan Plim, dug down to find the spring.  After approximately 1.5 meters he hit water.

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Helping Haiti One Brick at a Time

Last month the French Club at East Hampton High School in Connecticut helped organize another fundraiser to benefit Roots’ work in Haiti.  The school held a competition between classes in which students could purchase a brick for 50 cents or three for a dollar.  Each class “built” a brick house in their cafeteria, raising $728.90 in just over one week’s time.

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Two Years Later


Today marks the second anniversary of one of the most devastating events in Haitian history.  While this event has receded from most people’s memories, Haitians are still dealing with a myriad of consequences hindering their progress.  We ask you to take a minute to remember the lives lost two years ago.