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Seen her Rev Joel Cumberbatch and his class at Harrison's College.

Hundred shoebox gifts, packed by Barbadian children as well as corporate and civic Barbados, were delivered to underprivileged children on Haiti this Christmas. Jenny Tryhane, Founder of United Caribbean Trust, in an interview with the Barbados Advocate , discusses the Haiti project and her experience this Christmas in Haiti.

Seen here Rev Joel Cumberbatch and his class at Harrison's College. Click to enlarge.

Harrison's Colleg
Harrison's Colleg
Special thanks to the staff and pupils that got involved in the Christmas project.

Jenny Tryhane explained that the United Caribbean Trust's project for Haiti focuses on alleviating the socio-economic problems that plague rural Haiti. 

Special thanks to the staff and pupils that got involved in the Christmas project.

Special thanks to the staff and pupils that got involved in the Christmas project.
Special thanks to the staff and pupils that got involved in the Christmas project.

 

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When we go in with the shoeboxes it offers an opportunity to photograph and document children. Of course, it is an opportunity for children in Barbados to share, give and experience the true reason for Christmas.” She added.“The long term objective is the child sponsorship program with is US$30 a month. The thirty dollars is subdivided into education, family empowerment, and after school club, Jenny explained.
Children of Haiti send a special thank you to the staff of Harrison's College
Children of Haiti send a special thank you to the staff of Harrison's College
Children of Haiti send a special thank you to the staff of Harrison's College
Children of Haiti send a special thank you to the staff of Harrison's College
 
 
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