Port-au-Prince, Haiti - Lanitte Belledente was cooking rice, beans and chicken in the kitchen of Haitian Ministries' Norwich Mission House in Petionville when the first wave of tremors hit. Then a second.
Port-au-Prince, Haiti - Saintana St.Vil, or Mrs. William Joseph, moved into her house in the mountain town of Morne Hopital on April 24, 2000. A ragged chunk of slate on the ground at the entrance to her two-room concrete hut says so. After Jan. 12, 2010, she may never go back.
Port-au-Prince, Haiti - After breakfast on Saturday morning, Jean Marie Brutus took a bucket of water and a thin blue rag out to the driveway in front of the house that is temporarily sheltering various staff of Haitian Ministries' Norwich Mission House and their families.
Early Monday morning, before the muted winter sun peeks through the windows of her New London apartment, Jessica Patti will gather her suitcases to take the next big step toward total immersion in the place that has come to consume her life.
The devastating earthquake that struck Haiti three years ago permanently impacted the work of the Norwich-based Haitian Health Foundation, even though its clinic, school, food and economic development programs are centered in a town 100 miles from...
BélO, a young singer-songwriter with a high-energy, joyful sound, has been on a mission since the age of 11-one that has since brought him across the United States from his home in Petion-Ville, Haiti.
The Rev. Johnson Vil, a priest in Les Palmes, Haiti, survived the 2010 earthquake that killed more than 300,000 people. He is still trying to get aid to help survivors but says it is difficult because resources are so thin.