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The story of Heartline’s transition from residential care to family care is told in this recently released Faith to Action case study. The case study details their experience through three stages of transition—learning, preparation and planning, and full transition—with transparency. It addresses common challenges for transitioning organizations, as well as the strategies Heartline took to overcome them.
Please join us for an interactive discussion following the January 16, 2023, workshop on Working with Children and Families in Conflict Zones. The workshop panelists presented on best practice and shared from their own experiences working in areas of national conflict. This follow-up conversation is a chance for those of us working in Haiti to talk about what was presented and how to apply it to our work, and to discuss questions specific to programming in Haiti.
Join the Haiti Family Care Network for a discussion on current events and challenges to child/youth/family programming in Haiti. The conversation will be loosely moderated with the goal of sharing challenges and lessons learned and supporting one another. This conversation will take place in English.
More than 100 Haitian migrants have been found on an uninhabited island near Puerto Rico, United States authorities said, as Haiti continues to reel from a humanitarian crisis brought on by surging gang violence.
The Returning to Original Vision case story demonstrates reunification of children with disabilities as a critical step in transition. It also highlights the challenges of maintaining organizational vision within a process of transforming services.
Learn more about the methodology of family reunification and what best practices within that process look like. Discover what challenges come up when striving to reconnect separated children with their families and ways to overcome those challenges.
This webinar co-hosted with the Changing the Way We Care (CTWWC) initiative is an opportunity to lift up how the Catholic Church is advancing safe and nurturing family care for children around the world.
The Haiti Family Care Network will be providing opportunities for collaboration, advocacy, resource sharing and educational forums/training for organizations working with children, youth, families and communities in Haiti.
Record numbers of Haitians are seeking asylum in Mexico because they have no other option.
Through November 18, as many as 1,541 Haitians have been intercepted by U.S. coast guards and returned to Haiti from the Dominican Republic, including 153 pregnant women, nine nursing mothers and 128 children, said the Support Group for Refugees and Returnees (GARR) rep.