Domes For The World: Rebuilding Haiti’s Orphanage Project Hope

Haiti’s devastating earthquake of January 12, 2010 claimed millions of victims. Some of the most destitute were parentless children living at an orphanage called Pwoje Espwa (Creole for Project Hope) in the Southern Region. Project Hope, which had been operating since 1998 by providing shelter, food, education and vocational training, was completely destroyed.

Now Domes For The World is partnering with two other NGOs (non-government organization) to rebuild it. Andrew J. South, president of DFTW, describes “Project: Espwa Orphanage,” a complex but very worthwhile undertaking.

Read more about this project on the DFTW website.