Chris Calia and Scott Grosse are representing Atlanta’s EcoVillage School Partnership during meetings in Haiti with our partners, the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee and the Peasant Movement of Papay (MPP). Here’s a brief report on their first day.
They delivered and assembled a sewing machine. This brings the total to 6 machines.
Chris made friends with a fellow wood worker during his last visit. He delivered some modern tools as a gift.
They watched the children play corn hole using a game donated in 2015.
They witnessed early stages of agricultural projects that we have funded. Proceeds from the projects are earmarked for support of the school. They saw fields of cassava and peanuts as well as goat husbandry projects.
They collected information to guide our book purchases that have been funded by book drives at our churches.
They worked out arrangements for the visit to Atlanta by Chavannes Jean-Baptiste, who will speak with our supporters during our spring fund-raising.
The meetings continue through Wednesday.