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Last year, the Haiti Summer Service Project (HSSP) was met by a groundswell of interest among the leaders and the people of Cap-Haitien, Haiti's second-largest city. So, as the liaison for the project on behalf of WFWP USA, founded by Dr. Hak Ja Han Moon, I determined that the work that WFWP and I had begun in 2008 to aid the citizens of Haiti, would continue. To be more specific, I wanted to put together a team that could teach abstinence to the youth and Principled Life Education to the adults. This was in addition to our traditional health seminars and mobile medical clinics. While struggling to find the right volunteers and resources for this year's service project, I met a former mayor of Cap-Haitien who is currently running for…
Please join the seventh annual Haiti Service Project. The dates have been set: June 21-30. Click here to see the flier to learn more about how to sign up. Mark your calendars! Let's begin preparations to join the team in Haiti, to provide donations, and to begin prayer support for this vital WFWP project. Please support in whatever way you can! Donations needed include staple items such as: Toothbrushes Toothpaste Seeds, especially tomatoes, peppers, beans Things needed for the educational seminars include: Looseleaf notebook paper Pens Crayons for small children Construction paper Bottled water for participants Meals for 1,000 participants Styrofoam plates and cups Plastic forks, spoons, and knives Napkins and toilet paper Refreshments Medical supplies are also needed (more information on this in future newsletters). Personnel needed include midwives…
The WFWP Tampa Chapter has been networking with various women's organizations in order to make a foundation to launch the Global Women's Peace Network locally. We have been working with Pastor Anne Tom-Wright, the founder of (Women in Ministry) Daughters of Zion, and have been meeting Sunday evenings at her church to share in Bible studies on the lives of women in the Bible. We also conducted meetings and planning events with various local women's organizations all of which are geared to promoting awareness of issues affecting the family, youth and women. Based on this, on December 21st, Pastor Anne held an evening program on human trafficking which was attended by 20 women including several leaders from local women's groups. Pastor Anne brought in one deputy sheriff and a trafficking…
The Sixth Annual Haiti Summer Service Project (HSSP), sponsored by the Women's Federation for World Peace USA, took place in Ouanaminthe, Haiti from June 24-30. Based on an overwhelming response from the participants in last year's HSSP, we held seminars and a mobile medical clinic to reach 500+ clergy, educators, men, women, and children. Nine volunteers from America, including WFWP USA President Angelika Selle, joined with seven volunteers from Haiti for the one-week project. To everyone's delight, the result was that over 850 participants showed tremendous interest and enthusiasm for the teachings and the project. Although the official program did not kick off until June 24, our team was able to meet with two different women's groups. On Saturday, June 22 we met with a small local women's group of…
WFWP women involved with the Haiti medical service projects concluded 2012 with a meeting to reflect on the past projects and to make plans for 2013. They chose Mrs. Joan Pierre-Severe, an elementary school teacher, to be their leader. The women decided to work on several projects that will benefit the Haitian people, such as visiting hospitals and orphanages, and working to beautify streets and homes. They also want to continue the family educational programs that WFWP brought through the Haiti Summer Service Project, including health education and character education for youth. The Haitian women are reading and discussing Dr. Hak Ja Han Moon's speeches, including "The Central Role of Women in the Ideal World." Several of the women have been appointed as Ambassadors for Peace.