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Self-Sufficient Haiti through Vocational Training

by Little Footprints, Big Steps - IDO
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Self-Sufficient Haiti through Vocational Training
Self-Sufficient Haiti through Vocational Training
Self-Sufficient Haiti through Vocational Training
Self-Sufficient Haiti through Vocational Training
Self-Sufficient Haiti through Vocational Training
Self-Sufficient Haiti through Vocational Training
Self-Sufficient Haiti through Vocational Training
Self-Sufficient Haiti through Vocational Training
Self-Sufficient Haiti through Vocational Training
Self-Sufficient Haiti through Vocational Training
Self-Sufficient Haiti through Vocational Training
Self-Sufficient Haiti through Vocational Training
Self-Sufficient Haiti through Vocational Training
Self-Sufficient Haiti through Vocational Training
Self-Sufficient Haiti through Vocational Training
Self-Sufficient Haiti through Vocational Training
Self-Sufficient Haiti through Vocational Training
Self-Sufficient Haiti through Vocational Training
Self-Sufficient Haiti through Vocational Training
Self-Sufficient Haiti through Vocational Training
Self-Sufficient Haiti through Vocational Training

Two weeks after the 7.2 magnitude earthquake struck the south-western coast of Haiti, it was reported around 650,000 people needed emergency humanitarian assistance in the three most affected departments – Grand’Anse, Nippes and Sud. 

Aftershocks continue to shake the Great South region, where at least 600 aftershocks have been recorded since August 14th. On January 11th, another earthquake was experienced in Southern Haiti forcing people to run from their homes at 1am; many spent the night outside or in tents fearing to return inside homes or buildings. This occurred 1 day before the anniversary of the devastating 2010 earthquake.

In Les Cayes, where LFBS is located, some streets are blocked at times by people who are afraid to return to their homes. There is continued insecurity in and around Port-au-Prince resulting in the capital being off limits for the LFBS team.

Recent activities

Emergency Relief & Recovery Program

In addition to our regular programming, we provide emergency relief when it is necessary. Our emergency programming after disasters includes emergency kit distribution, supporting local child protection authorities in their response to protect children and prevent trafficking and separation, psychosocial support for separated children, and mobilizing and distributing supplies to address the needs of the most deeply affected survivors. We prioritize emergency care to children, however we also work holistically with entire communities. Additionally, we provide long term recovery support through housing repairs and reconstruction, business reinforcement, and mental health support. LFBS was involved extensively in the emergency coordination after Hurricane Matthew in 2016, and we continue our emergency relief and recovery efforts in response to the August 14th, 2021earthquake. 

Housing Assistance 

Providing permanent, safe housing empowers families to build a self-sufficient future. When a child or family is referred to us by local authorities, we assess their overall state of vulnerability and work collaboratively to create a plan that empowers them with the resources and opportunities to strengthen the family unit. In cases where that plan includes housing, we work together with the family to determine the repairs or construction necessary. We assist in sourcing local materials and labor in an effort to support the Haitian economy, create employment opportunities, and ensure that our program benefits ripple outward toward the entire community. 

Success Stories

Arnold was supported by LFBS to attend University.  Arnold recently graduated from Agronomy, and is beyond grateful for this opportunity.  We are incredibly proud and can’t wait to see what Arnold can accomplish with such a bright future ahead.  

Eluxin is one of LFBS’ staff.  He works as a child and youth mentor, however often goes above and beyond his responsibilities.  Eluxin has been developing orientation tools that will help Haiti's youth in choosing what skill or trade they want to pursue.  This provides them with reassuring guidance and helps them plan out how to achieve these goals.

Gawencha, another young man who spent several years in an abusive orphanage before being reunited with his family - now works with LFBS! Gawencha is a night guard at our transitional safehouse and has exceeded our expectations.

We are also proud to support 7 youth from vulnerable backgrounds who have been having weekly professional guidance & English classes through LFBS.  Through these sessions we are working on preparing them for future job opportunities. 

Through our post-earthquake construction projects, we've also been able to hire parents of children that LFBS works with and provide them with some temporary employment!  

All names have been changed for confidentiality reasons

LFBS in the Media

For all our Yukon supporters, you can watch the documentary Not About Me is part of this year’s Available Light Film Festival (ALFF)* streaming online February 11-28th.

Please consider voting for the documentary for the ALFF Audience Award!

Educator Study Guide on International Development & Social Justice Issues

As part of the Impact Campaign accompanying the film Not About Me, the film producers and Morgan Wienberg have developed a companion study guide for educators focused on international development and social justice issues. This campaign aims to start conversations that create awareness about the issues and encourage people to redirect their generosity towards more sustainable, locally-led programs that address the root causes of family separation instead of institutionalizing children in orphanages.

Coming up on February 22nd, the film producers and Morgan will host a special screening and brief online conversation for educators (teachers/ professors) about the study guide. You can find more information, and share with educators in your networks here.

Thank you!

Thank you for being a part of our incredible community of supporters and donors. While the situation in Haiti remains complex, because of you, we are making real, impactful, and lasting changes in the lives of children, families, and communities. You are a partner in this work and we couldn’t do it without you. Thank you for your interest, support, and caring, and for being a catalyst for change.

Thank you for your shared commitment to our vision that every child in Haiti grows up in a safe, loving, and self-sustaining family.

Upcoming ways to support LFBS

Canada Called to End Support for Orphanage Volunteering

If you haven't already, we urge all Canadian supporters to sign the Parliamentary Petition requesting that the Canadian Government issue a travel advisory and information campaign to raise awareness on the damaging impacts of supporting and volunteering in orphanages (and promote alternatives). This is a first step in requesting accountability for Canada’s commitments under the Convention of the Rights of the Child to address child exploitation in orphanages. Canadians of all ages can sign the petition here.

Thank you for supporting our mission to keep families together by addressing the root causes of separation and poverty.

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Just before 8:30 a.m. local time on Saturday, August 14 2021, a devastating 7.2 magnitude earthquake struck the southwest of Haiti in the mountains between the Nippes Department and Sud Department.

The earthquake has affected more than 800,000 people. Over 12,000 people were injured, hundreds remain missing, and to date, over 2,248 deaths have been recorded. More than 137,000 homes were destroyed or damaged in the earthquake, in addition to medical facilities, schools, government buildings, and businesses.

The South, where LFBS is located, has been one of the most deeply affected regions. Since August 14th, the LFBS team has sprung into action, providing emergency lifesaving assistance to our beneficiaries, partners, and their communities. Our own staff, many of whom lost their own homes in the earthquake and some of whom are still living in tents, have been working around the clock to mobilize and distribute emergency shelter, nutrition, hygiene kits, medical supplies and care to those in need. We have been supporting local child protection authorities in their response to protect children and prevent trafficking and separation, as well as focusing on psychosocial support for separated children. 

As we near the end of October, we are starting to transition away from emergency aid and begin to focus on long-term recovery efforts. Our staff have been focusing on completing and analyzing evaluations of beneficiaries' needs following the earthquake. Our recovery efforts will encompass housing repairs, rebuilding, business reinforcement, and mental health support. We are preparing to provide 20 homes as soon as possible to the most vulnerable families identified in our evaluations, however there are many more families that need homes or critical repairs. 

 

Success Stores

Though recent insecurity has delayed school and vocational programming, many of the youth we support have still been able to progress in their courses or even complete their certification!

Gregory

We are sending a big congratulations to Gregory* who has recently obtained a special licence to operate heavy machinery and big trucks. This young man received support from LFBS throughout his childhood; he came from an impoverished community where many of the street children we have worked with are from, and had health issues that limited his options for vocational training. Now as a young man, we are so proud that we have been able to support him as he persevered in the practical work necessary to receive this licence, which will enable him to obtain employment and have income as a self-sufficient adult. Gregory also recently got married, and we couldn’t be happier for him!

 

Fabienne

Another one of our beneficiaries who made great progress this summer is a young woman named  Fabienne* who we support to attend university. In addition to assisting her with school fees and living expenses, we supported her to attend a summer course in pastry arts in Les Cayes, in order to expand her options for income generation with something that she is passionate about. We are looking forward to seeing Fabienne’s hard work pay off!


Cassandra

A third beneficiary who we will be supporting in vocational training is a young student named Cassandra* that our Co-founder and Executive Director, Morgan, first met when she was living in an abusive and corrupt orphanage. Though she was reunited with her mother, the family’s conditions are vulnerable and they live in a rural area, so Cassandra is now living independently in Port-Au-Prince with her sister so that she can attend school. We will be supporting her to take a Cosmetology course in order to have a trade and ability to bring in income.

 

Recent Activities

We are thankful for our partnership with Global Empowerment Mission, which has enabled us to provide a very high volume of emergency kits and supplies consisting of tarps, bedding, clothes, hygiene and PPE, nutritional supplements and non perishable food items, which we have distributed both through our own distributions and through our local partner organizations. We have also been able to create employment by hiring local labour to assist in preparing the kits and transporting supplies.

School openings have been delayed as a result of the earthquake and recent insecurity, but we are in the midst of of preparing our child and youth benediciaries for their upcoming school year. Our staff have been meeting with children and their families, preforming evaluations, and ensuring that each child is ready to excel in their upcoming studies. 

Additionally, we are preparing for a distrubution from our partner organization Trees that Feed, which will be delievered to families in need who will then be trained on how to care for these plants by one of the agronomy students who we support in their studies and employ!

 

 

LFBS in the Media

Since June, our staff have participated in a number of important interviews with CBC News. Our Executive Director Morgan was also featured in El País, in addition to participating in a live Q&A as part of a panel for this year’s International Social Change Film Festival. This ongoing outreach has been vital in raising awareness about providing effective support following the earthquake and the crucial work LFBS continues to do in Haiti. Check out the links below to catch-up on these important conversations!

 

Thank you!

Thank you for being a part of our incredible community of supporters and donors. While the situation in Haiti remains complex, because of you, we are making real, impactful, and lasting changes in the lives of children, families, and communities. You are a partner in this work and we couldn’t do it without you. Thank you for your interest, support, and caring, and for being a catalyst for change.

Thank you for your shared commitment to our vision that every child in Haiti grows up in a safe, loving, and self-sustaining family.

*Names have been changed to protect the privacy of our beneficiaries 

 

Upcoming ways to support LFBS

#GivingTuesday

GlobalGiving’s 2021 #GivingTuesday campaign is coming up on November 30th, 2021. The campaign will last 24 hours, from 00:00:00 EST to 23:59:59 EST on November 30, 2021. By donating to LFBS through GlobalGiving during this time period, you will allow us to be eligable to receive a portion of GlobalGiving's $1,000,000 USD Incentive Fund. 

*Donations up to $2,500 per unique donor per organization will be eligible to receive Incentive Funds

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Hunger in Haiti

Haiti is in a state of overlapping crisis. The COVID-19 pandemic, political and economic instability, an increase in violence, and the effects of climate change has resulted in a dramatic increase in food insecurity. The number of children under the age of five who face acute malnutrition increased this year to 217,000. Another 86,000 children don’t have enough food to live. 

LFBS is working hard to adapt to these crises. We have increased our COVID-19 prevention activities and our agronomy and livestock programming, as well as expanded our focus to community health. We provide nutritional support when it is needed across all of our programming areas and initiatives, while also working to empower families and communities with the means to become self-sufficient and food secure on their own. As always, we are continuously working to reinforce and expand the capacity of social services and local authorities so that they are better equipped to react to those who are in the greatest need.

Recent Activities

NATIONAL DAY OF THE CHILD ACTIVITIES

June 13th was the National Day of the Child in Haiti. This year's theme was  “ ". Each year, alongside IBESR we do many activities in celebration of the day, working to educate children about their rights and make sure those rights are fulfilled. This year, we included information and training on COVID-19 prevention.

Annual Street Child Meeting

Each year LFBS hosts our Annual Street Child Meeting. On June 9th, in collaboration with our partners IBESR and Overture Outreach International, we invited all the street children in Les Cayes to a meeting to speak with them about their rights and encourage them to reunite with their families.

At the event, our nurse provided education about COVID-19 to ensure that the children were well-informed about the pandemic. We emphasized the importance of social distancing during these times, which can be particularly difficult for street children. Each child was provided with hygiene kits, which in addition to personal hygiene products, allowed them to practice all the precautions they were taught like wearing a mask and washing their hands.

This year, out of the 19 kids who attended the meeting, 9 children who attended decided that they wanted to leave the streets. We are in the process of following up to arrange family tracing and supports so that they can be reunited!

 

Success Stories

Since March, we’ve worked with over 350 beneficiaries! Here are just a few progress updates on the status of the children and youth we’ve been supporting and empowering through our programs.

Stanley

Stanley* is a young man who was formerly a street child. He became a father at a young age and was briefly in conflict with the law prison. LFBS supported Stanley through our youth mentorship program, to participate in a masonry apprenticeship in which a construction site manager worked directly with him. Stanley's apprenticeship ended in December and we had a celebration to acknowledge his perseverance. After speaking with the site manager who worked with him, we're thrilled to report that Stanley has been hired by the construction company that trained him! 

Fransel

Fransel is a former beneficiary who LFBS supported with a photography and videography apprenticeship. He is now a talented photographer and we often hire him to take photos for many LFBS initiatives. Many of the photos in this newsletter are taken by Fransnel. We are proud and inspired by his dedication and skills!

James

James* is a university student that LFBS supports to study agronomy. Recently, he submitted a proposal to work for LFBS, caring for our new crops of tree seedings. We were so impressed by his detailed documentation that we have hired James. He recently made honour role in his program, and works at LFBS after school. This arrangement provides James with a source of income as well as the opportunity to practice what he's learned and gain work exprience, while also allowed LFB to ensure that the crops we grow on our land (which we used to provide food security to our beneficiries) are well cared for.

Stevenson 

Stevenson* is another university student who LFBS supports to student agronomy. During the beginning of the pandemic, Stevenson worked with LFBS to facilitate agricultural outreach to families, making sure they were planning enough crops in order to be food secure. Recently, we wre able to suupport Stevenson with the opportunity to attend a 4 day interactive workshop on syntropic farming that was hosted by Beehive Global and facilitated by Global Freedom Project. Stevenson's university professors were supportive of this opportunity and approved him missing a week of school in order to attend!  

Odyanne & Adrinna 

Many of you will recall Odyanne, a young woman supported by LFBS since 2011 after leaving an exploitative orphanage. Odyanne has become an advocate for vulnerable children and contributes to LFBS' work.  In 2020, Odyanne participated in the Canadian government’s Spur Change Youth Champion Program. She was the only participant from Haiti. Although the program’s international conference was cancelled due to the pandemic, the program opened doors for Odyanne and her writing has since been published, including by the Northern Council for Global Cooperation. 

This year, another LFBS youth has been accepted into the Spur Change Youth Champion Program! Adrina is a young woman who lived in the same exploitative orphanage that Odyanne did and has since been reunited with her family. Like Odyanne, Adrina is a leader and advocate for vulnerable children. Currently, she is tutoring one of the children in the girls’ safehouse.  Adrina will be participating in the Spur Change YLP this year – and Odyanne has agreed to help mentor her! 

Thank you!

Thank you for being a part of our incredible community of supporters and donors. While the situation in Haiti remains complex, because of you, we are making real, impactful, and lasting changes in the lives of children, families, and communities. You are a partner in this work and we couldn’t do it without you. Thank you for your interest, support, and caring, and for being a catalyst for change. 

Thank you for your shared commitment to our vision that every child in Haiti grows up in a safe, loving, and self-sustaining family.

*Names have been changed to protect the privacy of our beneficiaries 

Other ways to support LFBS in July 

July Bonus Day

On Wednesday, July 14, starting at 9:00 a.m. ET, our partner GlobalGiving will match donations* of $100 USD and up while funds last using a tiered matching structure. The higher the donation, the higher the match!

The campaign is fast-paced and the match is available while funds last, so it is important donations are given as soon as the campaign begins at 9am ET on July 14. 

Donations must be made via GlobalGiving in order to be eligible. 

*LFBS is eligible to receive a maximum of $3,000 USD in total Matching Funds.

 

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Even bigger steps. Despite political unrest and lockdowns, we’ve been making progress, while still finding time to celebrate our accomplishments.

Celebrating success, hard work, and dedication

Daniel* and Evens* hesitantly joined a LFBS mentorship and personal development youth group in 2019. Working for odd jobs and begging on the streets, neither young man had completed primary school and both of them had lost their parents. They had been in conflict with the law, and both had become teen parents. We enrolled Daniel and Evens in a construction apprenticeship and paid a local construction site manager to train them. In December 2020, we had a celebration for these young men as they completed their apprenticeship and congratulated them on some great news: the construction site manager who trained the boys had decided to keep them on staff – as workers now, no longer as apprentices! With the income from their new jobs, Daniel and Evens are now able to support themselves and their families, and are excited for their futures.

*Names have been changed to protect the privacy of our beneficiaries

Fransnel is a former LFBS beneficiary who we assisted in undertaking an apprenticeship with a photographer in 2019. We were so impressed with the talent and skills Fransnel obtained during his apprenticeship that we hired him to take pictures for LFBS. In fact, all of the photos you see in this update are taken by Fransnel.

Stories like these show us that our hard work results in impactful, sustainable change. Thank you for supporting us to make this happen!

Our holistic approach

 

In February, LFBS staff were approached by a single mother who couldn't afford school fees for her two children.The annual school fee for these children was less than $60 CAD each. Not only did LFBS respond to ensure these children had access to an education, but we also entered their mother in our business start up program to empower her to be able to provide for her children without our help in the future. Additionally, our nurse identified that one of the children was unwell, and accompanied her to the hospital where she was treated for typhoid fever. The child has received treatment and is recovering, and both children are now in school while their mother develops her business.

Protecting vulnerable children means empowering families and communities to take care of each other. This is just one example of the ways in which our outreach program helps Haitian families with the training and resources they need to preserve the family unit and pursue self-sufficiency. Thank you for being a partner in this work!

Our medical outreach, prevention and advocacy services continue to play a pivotal role

February was a busy month for LFBS, despite most of the country being in lockdown due to political unrest. In addition to the usual volume of medical evaluations and accompaniments that we provide, we handled several urgent and critical cases.

In late February, a surgeon at a local hospital contacted our staff regarding a girl with disabilities who had fallen and broken her leg. The surgeon was willing to operate on the girl’s leg pro-bono but needed funds for the surgical materials, which her family did not have. Thanks to our incredible supporters, we were able to intervene and provide financial assistance for her surgery. Our staff took the girl and her mother home following the surgery, and we have been following up with nutritional support, aftercare, as well as assessing and developing a plan to address the family’s overall state of vulnerability.

Thank you 

You, our visionary supporters and donors, are a catalyst for change in Haiti and your interest, caring, and support makes a difference every day in the lives of our beneficiaries. Because of you, we have touched the lives of thousands of people in Haiti. We now work in 45 communities throughout 9 departments, and continue to grow every day. Thanks to you, we are empowering children, families, and communities to take even bigger steps!

Apprenticeship program
Apprenticeship program
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Youth intent on learning
Youth intent on learning

Despite new and complex situations arising, the exceptional Little Footprints Big Steps team continues with the vital work underway – sometimes pivoting and revising details and focal points - but maintaining the progress forward!

In late August, our staff accompanied local authorities & other partner organizations in providing COVID-19 prevention training in local public schools that had just re-opened. First schools were closed due to political unrest at the end of 2019, and then shut down a second time due to COVID-19 in March 2020. Students are eager for the chance to pursue their education. School not only adds stability to students' lives, but it also provides hope for a better future - both to students and their parents. LFBS staff Outreach team provided COVID prevention sessions to schools in multiple rural communities throughout the fall months. 

Unfortunately, many parents have struggled to send their children back to school despite classes re-opening. The economic impact of a nationwide lockdown; continuous, excessive inflation; and drastically fluctuating exchange rates has taken a toll on families who already struggled economically. In Haiti, the costs to attend school include registration fees, school uniforms, shoes, all school supplies and books, backpack if possible, as well as exam fees and often transportation costs as well.  Education is one of the most empowering forces in the world. Basic education also leads to successful skills training and small business start-up program participation for many youth and family members. 

Being able to know, and be proud of, their beautiful country can be a powerful source of healing, and changing outlooks, of the youth that we work with. During their stay in our Transitional Safehouses, we strive to take children on recreational visits as "local tourists" to help them explore and enjoy some of Haiti's stunning natural treasures - aiming to instill in the children a sense of pride and appreciation for their country while also taking some time to focus on their well-being.

Harvests from crops planted on LFBS land offer a more sustainable way for us to provide nutritious, organic produce both to the children passing through our Transitional Safehouses and to highly vulnerable families. We've recently harvested manioc - also known as cassava - which is a nutrient-dense, starchy root vegetable! Some of the youth interested in agriculture assist with the planting, harvesting and distrubtion as well. 

We are very grateful to have close partnerships with local child protection authorities - especially IBESR, or Haitian Social Services. Our team has been supporting IBESR with logistics two days per week in order to accompany them in documenting all of the children currently living in orphanages in Southern Haiti. This work will help in the prevention of child trafficking through orphanages, the identification of highly neglectful or abusive institutions, and the collection of data that will help facilitate quicker reunification for those children when possible.

Little Footprints Big Steps was involved with October’s International Day of the Girl virtual conference, hosted by Build a Dream Organization. LFBS Co-founder and Head of Operations was the Master of Ceremonies of the internationally accessible event, while one of the youth that has been involved with LFBS for the past 9 years, was a speaker on the Youth Panel during the inspiring event. This enthusiastic youth shared her story of leaving a neglectful orphanage, reuniting with her family and working diligently and wholeheartedly toward her dreams, leading the way as a role model for others, of what can be.

Every year, LFBS staff, accompanied by local authorities such as IBESR (Haitian Social Services), BPM (Child Protection Brigade of the local police), the local children's judge, and others host a meeting with the street children in Les Cayes. We speak to the children about their rights, warn of the dangers of going to prison, provide them with a warm meal (and this year, with masks), provide them the opportunity to speak up, and document them. We let them know that access to education and skills training is an option for them.This year we also did rapid psychological evaluations of the children. The objective of the meeting is to motivate the children to return to their families / change their lifestyles, and to connect with them so we can follow up and help them facilitate that change.

Two boys - oneof whom previously lived in the streets and one of whom had been in a situation of domestic labour - were motivational speakers at this event. As they spoke of the changes in their lives, they not only moved our staff members, but actually left several of the street children in tears. Over half of the children were motivated to reunite with their families and no longer want to stay in the streets - now it's our job to help make that happen! Thank YOU for making that possible!

November 20 was World Children’s Day. All that week, our outstanding staff facilitated various activities alongside local child protection authorities to draw attention to, and raise awareness about, Children's Rights. So often we focus on physical needs and rights of children - but it's important that we don't forget their emotional needs and rights. Children have the right to a FAMILY and an IDENTITY. How can we help vulnerable children and families in a way that promotes these rights and prioritizes the children's best interests for the long term? Focus on strengthening families instead of separating them! You are our partner in that important work and example.

We are so grateful that you are a catalyst for this continued work through your caring, meaningful support and interest – it makes a difference each and every day. Please share with friends, family and colleagues, and remember that you can donate as a gift in honor of someone as well!

 

Harvesting cassava
Harvesting cassava
Street Youth Consultation Session
Street Youth Consultation Session
LFBS Staff - World Children's Day
LFBS Staff - World Children's Day

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