These guidelines, as prepared by The Rev. Dr. Kesner Ajax, Coordinator of the Partnership Program for the Episcopal Diocese of Haiti, are a series of best practices for schools and churches in North America who want to establish or strengthen relationships with their counterparts in Haiti. Read More »
Timely, sometimes tough, questions and insights from NAES and Episcopal school leaders on leadership, governance, Episcopal identity, community life, and other issues. Read More »
On October 22, 2016, Canon Serena E. Beeks, D.Min., a coordinator of the Haiti Partnership Program in the United States and Executive Director of the Commission on Schools for the Diocese of Los Angeles, prepared this report from post-Matthew Haiti, along with guidelines for offering support and suggested agencies. Read More »
Today, “2.0” is used throughout the education world to signal a transformational reinvention of schooling. Similarly, Episcopal schools are exploring how best to live out their core values in the context of a changing social and religious landscape.
The following “Pledge for First Time Travelers to Haiti” was written by Jackie Williams, Director of the Arts Center of the Partners in Health complex, in Cange. Founded by Paul Farmer, Partners in Health is operates twelve health clinics and hospitals across Haiti’s Central Plateau. Read More »
A list of Episcopal schools in the United States, by state, that are participating in the Haiti Partnership Program, along with the name and location of their partner school in Haiti. Read More »
Two years after the devestating earthquake of January 2010, Haiti continues tor rebuild. Read about five key priorities for schools in the Episcopal DIocese of Haiti. Read More »
Learn more about how your Episcopal school or organization can enter into a longterm partnership with a Haitian Episcopal school. Read More »
This article offers a theological construct for defining and reviewing a school's community service and service-learning program; examines the concepts of charity and justice as they relate to servce; and reminds schools leaders about the inportance of developmental appropriateness when constituting service programs.
Some tips on responding to the challenge of how to develop mutual relationships across such a vast economic divide whereby we are so wealthy and most Haitian communities have such great economic need. Read More »