There are a lot of things to love about Haiti; one of them is the food. If you’re not excited about griot, bannann peze, piklèz, and fritay – you’re probably in the minority (and maybe even the wrong place!) Pointing to food as a favorite experience among travelers is a bit clichéd, but it makes… More Ann Manje! Let’s Eat! Haitian Food Outside of Haiti
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How many languages do you speak?? It’s so interesting to hear how people answer this question; I honestly never know what to respond. Three? One? Two and three quarters? Where is the bar we’re setting…. One of the things I loved most about my time in Haiti was the opportunity to not only be immersed… More What language are we speaking in again? Trials of a second-language learner
The truth is, you can’t make a lasting difference in a community in one week; speaking from experience, you’ll barely have time to take it all in … More importantly, real change happens over time. As much as we sometimes hate to admit it, as short-term-volunteers we’re part of a parade of volunteers coming in on the… More Want to make a difference in Haiti in only a week? Start here.
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Speaking Creole opens doors for real growth during your time in Haiti. Language helps create real, meaningful relationships. You have the chance to learn from the community where you work and foster friendships that wouldn’t have been possible before.