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Holmes Topless Pictures. Helping Hands Noramise now has a local Haitian committee which will oversee projects when the U. Team Noramise returns to Limbé to survey gardens and continue work on projects begun. The center is, of course, the home of the HHN Haiti Committee who are the local driving force behind all we are doing. Team Noramise, comprised of six Orcas Island High School students and two former graduates, together with Rosedanie and Steve Diepenbrock, began their trip to Haiti via Brooklyn, NY where Susan Daily of Chestnut Restaurant hosted a benefit. The trash pile in the marketplace has been removed due to the influence of the Minister of Agriculture. Rosedanie is in the midst of taking a Permaculture course in Fredriksted on the island of St.

The team will be working on several projects from July-August, but the principal focus will be ESL training for the Haiti Committee. We started each morning with coffee at Con’s coffee shop beside the river. The first day I climbed the mountain to start the work, many asked me what it was I and the “blans” had brought for them. The team continued its community outreach and fund-raising at various places in the U. This was a month of connections, both new and renewed. While in New York, Rosedanie met with Scott Cullen of the Grace Foundation to request funding for the aquaculture project.

Mr. Cullen will present our proposal at the next board meeting of the foundation. We are keeping our fingers crossed. Please accept a heartfelt thank you from Team Noramise for your continued support. Rosedanie has been traveling to Seattle and Portland helping organize fund-raising events in support of the volunteers’ trip and also to sell the art of Tambour Creole. Orcas Island supporters, and one young man from Olympia, provided us with three laptop computers which the travelers took to Limbé.

Please stay with us as we move and grow in fostering the HHN mission to empower the Haitian people in developing and sustaining intentional local industries. We are struggling with both a calendar for 2011 and a corresponding budget in that there are so many unknowns inherent in working in Haiti. The demonstration Permaculture garden at the center, tended by Lunise and Merlin, is a source of pride and inspiration for all who see it. We had the opportunity to introduce him to local physicians, Dr. Seattle-based members of Engineers Without Borders have donated to HHN a high capacity water purification unit. The latest work in Ravine des Roches has been the the most rewarding and encouraging by far.

Not being able to find a non-profit organization that would accept me and the funds raised by my Orcas community, I decided to start my own. A call for office equipment for the HHN Limbé Center resulted in the donation of a new multi-purpose printer by Orcas computer whiz, Tony Ghazel. Will be heading to Limbe tomorrow to help with post SANDY cleanup at the center. We are so grateful to these visitors for their time and their commitment to the people of Haiti. Rosedanie has returned to Orcas, so the pace quickens. We at Helping Hands Noramise are currently filling gallons with water, stocking dried foods, hygiene and medical supplies in order for us to be able to provide initial aid to the community.

Back to what is going on back in Limbé and Ravine de Roches. These contacts and the cooperation they engender help to reinforce our goal of cooperation among the many ngo’s working in Haiti. We had to acknowledge that the cholera outbreak had slowed progress on projects which have been underway since our beginnings in January 2010. We were so happy to welcome a visit to Limbé by Bill and Dorie Mebane. Rosedanie has returned to Orcas, so the pace quickens! The first item on the calendar is our second annual report to the Orcas Island community on June 2nd at the Emmanuel Parish Hall in Eastsound. The HHN work to prevent the spread of cholera continued in the region of Limbé, with Rosedanie and volunteers becoming educated in how to make chlorine, how to assemble simple water filtration units, and how to get these supplies to the greatest number of people in the shortest amount of time.

We mentioned in an earlier post that local supporter Gwen Stamm was making and canning preserves to be sold in support of HHN at an Artisan’s Faire in December. Among those were Dori and Bill Mebane of Woods Hole, MA. The journal entry for May will have more detail. In June we met with several women’s groups in the city of Quartier Morin and held a compost making workshop. Three years ago last month, as I tried to find news of my friends and family in Port-au-Prince after the earthquake, my life changed overnight. Rosedanie and a group of 9 volunteers, which included permaculture farmers from 2 countries and a team of documentary filmmakers installed several gardens in Limbé and Camp Cop, Haiti.

The women and youth who joined us, Celamise, Clothide, Mercilia, Miralta, Sonya, Dieulans, Macenson, and Milton all shared with us their hopes and aspirations. On May 18th, HHN  joined with the College St. June was a month of mixed success for Noramise. In the meantime, we are continuing activities at the center and elsewhere in the North. This was a month devoted primarily to organizational work with the board of trustees. All these people are not lazy nor are they looking for a handout.

The primary focus for the rest of the month was on organizing volunteers for the July 18th trip to Limbé. Although the Helping Hands Noramise organization was formalized in July 2010, it began to coalesce around the vision of Rosedanie 6 months earlier, in January 2010. Helping Hands Noramise continues work in Haiti – published in islandssounder. By the end of the first week of August, the three hardy troopers ,who had traveled to Limbé in July to teach English, were back on home turf with stories to tell. The chance for them to share their knowledge with others and understand that they can effect positive change in their community equals empowerment. In July, we held a three day Arts and Crafts camp for 20 children, coupled with one day of leadership training at the center.

January found us in the mountains of Ravine des Roches, launching our pilot reforestation work. Slowly, step-by-step and side-by-side we move forward. Making the first batch of chlorine, for practice. Rosedanie is currently in Limbé, helping to upgrade the center to serve as an emergency shelter. They want to provide for their families the basic necessities that many of us take for granted each day. This summer she attended a seminar hosted by several governmental departments, to talk about contingency plans in case of an earthquake in the north.

In August we’ll host Limbé Public Health Doctor Richemond Jean-Baptiste. A call for office equipment for the HHN Limbé Center resulted in the donation of a new multi-purpose printer by Orcas computer whiz, Tony Ghazel.  Thank you, Tony. Please stay tuned for more details on specific projects and how you, too, can be involved. I don’t have much time to write today as I’m still in transit. While in New York, Rosedanie met with Scott Cullen of the Grace Foundation to request funding for the aquaculture project.

We at Helping Hands Noramise, have been steadily doing what we can to help empower Haitian citizens in Limbé and elsewhere in the country. On Thursday, I met with the local OXFAM director who has asked me to help write a proposal for a project to address acute malnutrition in the North. My first week with SOIL has been tiring and exciting. Schools were closed Thursday and Friday in preparation for “Sandy”. 2013  has been a year of  progress  and retrospection  for Team Noramise. At the same time, a program in nutrition education was begun at the HHN Center.

Rosedanie spent the first few months of 2012 preparing for her April departure to Haiti via New York and Miami. I am currently in Port-au-Prince at our SOIL office to pick up some supplies. In the next few months, we will be assessing this year’s activities. Last Fall, I made the commitment to remain in Haiti long term at the center in Limbe. The team will be working on several projects from July-August, but the principal focus will be ESL training for the Haiti Committee. Visit our website often to see ongoing updates and images posted by the team. Hardcore Video Trailers.

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