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Haiti Mission Trip 2017 - Yolanda Thurvil Foundation
United Caribbean Trust working with Living Room Haiti Development Fund 2017 Mission trip to Yolanda Thurvil Foundation United Caribbean Trust working with Living Room Haiti Development Fund 2017 Mission trip to Yolanda Thurvil Foundation United Caribbean Trust working with Living Room Haiti Development Fund 2017 Mission trip to Yolanda Thurvil Foundation United Caribbean Trust working with Living Room Haiti Development Fund 2017 Mission trip to Yolanda Thurvil Foundation United Caribbean Trust working with Living Room Haiti Development Fund 2017 Mission trip to Yolanda Thurvil Foundation United Caribbean Trust working with Living Room Haiti Development Fund 2017 Mission trip to Yolanda Thurvil Foundation United Caribbean Trust working with Living Room Haiti Development Fund 2017 Mission trip to Yolanda Thurvil Foundation

Haiti Mission trip 2017 - Yolanda Thurvil Foundation
UCT partnered with Living Room Haiti Development Fund

What a fun time we had at the Yolanda Thurvil Foundation.

Colas translated as we did Children's Evangelism with the children at the orphanage.

What a fun time we had at the Yolanda Thurvil Foundation
 

United Caribbean Trust Benzolive Super Fruits Meet Molly Food for Life Haiti

 
Dr 
                  Yolanda Thurvil Dr Yolanda Thurvil, (Mamie Yol) as she is affectionately called by the girls seen here receiving her three boxes of Luci® Solar Lights to be distributed to the other orphanages in the area.

Seen here some of the orphans posing with her lights.

The Luci® Solar Lights for the south west were stored at the Mission House where Jenny stayed.

Seen here some of the orphans posing with 
                    her lights
Mission House Haiti

This lovely Mission House is in the suburbs of Bon Repos and has a special place in my heart. This is where I experienced the Haiti earthquake first hand!

It is where I remained for four months to distribute the three 40 foot containers donated by the Barbadian public during that difficult time.

These precious little girls came up to visit me at the Mission House to help create the Creole visual aids needed for the Follow Me training.

View some of the other Follow Me half day training workshops

 
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