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And Life in Haiti Goes On… Dixie Bickel R. N., the orphanage director and co-founder, writes about what is happening in Haiti, new kids at GLA, the status of adoptions, the progress on Ft. Jacques and the challenges of life in Haiti. Osmaïka Jeph Marie Wensley Bella Angeline Smeralda Jameson Djoubising You can help a…

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Exciting Changes Make for Leaps in Learning

The children here at GLA love going to school every day because they adore their teachers and they love learning. Along with their learning subjects in both Haitian Creole and French (the majority of their text books are written in French), the last seven months have brought about some exciting changes for our children who are…

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GLA School Day Snapshot

Here at God’s Littlest Angels we have twenty-three children that attend school full time. At eight o’clock each weekday morning they line up outside and start their day by raising the Haitian flag and singing country’s National Anthem with their teachers. After their morning ceremony, the student’s head to school to attend classes taught in…

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All of the Students are SPONSORED! Praise God!

Good News!  All of the students are sponsored for school and we want to say a BIG THANK YOU to everyone who decided to sponsor a child! Sponsoring a student is truly a life changing decision for these children and they are very thankful.  They promise that they will work hard in school this year. …

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Illionson Returned Home to his Parents Today!

Illionson came to GLA 9 months ago.  He was born with a cleft lip and palate, bilateral club feet, and amniotic banding of his arm, legs, fingers, and toes.  He was only a day or two old on admission.  At first the father said that he and the mother had 7 other children and could…

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Meet Rose Clara…She needs some Sponsors

Meet Miss Rose Clara. She is a child with lots of spirit, a smile that melts your heart and talks like an adult! She is abandoned.  She has been living at the University Hospital in Port-au-Prince until IBESR brought her for me to see. We think she was abandoned because she has a medical condition…

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