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We need your help: Please Pray for Haiti

Haitians express their struggle in art. Haitians express their struggle in art. A restaurant on Delmas 95 was burnt. The Canadian Embassy front gate was set on fire. Protestors us fire to destroy… Sent from the US Embassy in Haiti this morning: Local media have announced protests in Port-au-Prince and throughout the country for October…

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For Only $1 per Day, You Can Make A Difference!

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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A Very Special Student

Magdala is a medical student who lives at GLA.

This is Magdala GABRIEL. Magdala is from outside of Cap Haitian in the northern part of Haiti. She first came to GLA in 2008 with a family who was running the GLA guest house and then has stayed with us to attend school in our area. Magdala is very bright and hard working. She has…

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Look What’s Happening at GLA Guest House!

Since our move of the Guest House to Fort Jacques, we have had to use the buildings we already have at Fort Jacques to house volunteers. Sometimes, it has made things very crowded for adoptive families, volunteers, and teams when they are all here at the same time! Several years ago, the Rick and Larry…

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Thankful To Be In Back in Haiti!

I want to thank everyone who has made a donation to help with John and my medical costs while we were receiving medical treatment in the States these last 6 months. Your prayers and financial help allowed us to get through the crisis that John’s cancer and my appendicitis caused us. Because of gangrene and…

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Notes from the NICU – 9/11/19

Late last month, our NICU became the temporary home to 6-week old twin boys and their mother. These little ones were born small and weighed just 3 lbs. 14 oz. and 4 lbs. 15 oz. when they arrived here. These boys had suffered from poor nutrition, despite the exceptional efforts of their mother, and were…

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Notes from the NICU – 9/6/19

This week we once again faced the heartbreaking reality that not every baby can be saved here at GLA. Baby L joined our NICU weighing 1lb 13oz. He was born at 25 weeks gestation and was a perfectly, beautiful baby boy. Baby W joined us one week after Baby L, weighing 1lb 13oz. He too…

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Notes from the NICU

Our NICU has served as a temporary home to some of Haiti’s smallest and sickest babies. We have had the great joy of seeing twenty-four babies graduate from our NICU this year alone and have rejoiced as we see them go home to strong and loving families. Although our resources here at GLA allow us…

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Calling All Prayer Warriors

We believe in the power of prayer & we are truly grateful for those of you who pray fervently for GLA. We have been brainstorming different ways to better communicate our prayer requests so that you guys can pray more specifically. In hopes of achieving this, we have created a private Facebook group where we…

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