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Juliet Rock (Barbadian) is a Registered Nurse currently practicing
a large Metropolitan hospital in New York City . Dr. Rock’s
began in 2000 with project Hope 2000 which was organized by the
Women’s Ministry department of the Northeastern Conference
of Seventh-day Adventists, when she an d her husband began sending
barrels to a Haitian Seventh-day Adventist Church .
When Pastor Augustave, a native of Haiti, who had a similar ministry
for over five years prior to beginning his ministry in the Coney
Island Seventh-day Adventist church, they joined forces and with
other church members founded what was then called ‘The Haiti
Project”. Dr. Rock chose the name Voices for Haiti Project
because she envisioned a group of persons from all nationalities
using their voices to speak out the suffering people in Haiti .
Dr. Rock has made two humanitarian trips to Haiti , during her
trips she assisted in distributing food, clothing and medical supplies.
She visited orphanages and with20the aid of other health professionals
conducted health assessments at the orphanages.
Dr. wrote an article in March 2005, Atlantic Gleaner (a Seventh-day
Adventist publication) entitled “ Love in Action” where
she highlighted the work that was done at Seventh-day Adventist
School in La Gonave, Haiti .
Juliet Rock, PhD, RNC
531 Saratoga Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11212
Agapé In Action Community Connections Inc
P.O. Box 902, Bridgetown, Barbados
Tel: (246) 247-9197 / 4384492