Apr 27, 2015  |  GO Project  |  GO Africa, GO Project, Mamas  |  5 Comments

Mary is a house mama at the Father’s House Kabale, and takes care of nine girls in her home. Her girls like studying, especially when they come back from school. Concerning their behaviors, some of them are very well behaved and obedient, while others are stubborn. As children, they have… Read More

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Chickens helping families

Apr 24, 2015  |  Sonya W.  |  Education, GO Fund, GO Haiti, GO Project, GO Project  |  No Comments

Jean Ronald (above)  is helping raise chickens at the GO Haiti poultry farm. A second-year student in the Pathways Program, he's learning how to care for animals like goats and chickens, plant and grow crops, and is developing valuable business skills in the process. The hands-on experience… Read More


5 Images from 3 Days in Haiti

Apr 23, 2015  |  Trace T.  |  GO Haiti, GO Project, GO Project  |  16 Comments

Flying back from Haiti, I'm filled with gratitude for all God did the last three days. I hope these word pics capture a few of the highlights...  A Pound of Spaghetti. Aniove, a six-year-old sweetheart from Darivager (pictured to the right), made a quick recovery from her hernia surgery the… Read More

Anthony and Edwin. Worth it for One.

Apr 20, 2015  |  Trace T.  |  GO DR, GO Project, GO Project  |  18 Comments

Anthony starts his Wednesday mornings in a Parkville coffee shop loft with Mike Fox and some other men.  Stemming from God’s Word, topics are real and free flowing: marriage, parenting, business, finances, and sometimes orphan care. It was here that Anthony learned about Casa Amor, which… Read More

Better than a Basket

Apr 20, 2015  |  Trace T.  |  Care Portal, GO Project, GO Project, US Orphan Care  |  No Comments

Around the world, babies sleep in all kinds of places. Moms in Africa use wraps to strap little ones to their backs for hours. Closer to home, little droolers sometimes catch a nap while hanging like a cluster of grapes from a Baby Bjorn or some similar knockoff. Other kiddos make their way into… Read More

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Josephine B.

Apr 20, 2015  |  GO Project  |  GO Africa, GO Project, GO Project, Mamas  |  10 Comments

Josephine cares for 8 energetic boys in Bunia, Congo. The children live in a family climate here with her, and love one another. She explains that the boys behave very well, sometimes even better than the girls! We would like to invite you to love and support Josephine. Several Mamas, like… Read More

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Apr 13, 2015  |  GO Project  |  GO Haiti, GO Project, Mamas  |  29 Comments

With help from other Mamas and as part of the leadership team, Rose helps cares for 19 girls in Cambry, Haiti. Cambry is one of our pioneer villages and is located on the south coast near Les Caye. Rose has worked here for one year. She is married and has 5 children of her own. We would… Read More

Great business consultants see the bigger picture

If only we had known vs. Once we knew

Apr 10, 2015  |  Sonya W.  |  Care Portal, GO Project, US Orphan Care  |  21 Comments

Last month, a single mom was struggling to pay the bills.  With five children in the home, this was nothing new.  Working hard to make sure there is a little money at the end of month is her normal.  Unfortunately, she doesn’t always win, and March was turning out to be a loser. … Read More

School feeding program at SDLG

A very important meal

Apr 8, 2015  |  Sonya W.  |  Education, GO Haiti, GO Project  |  86 Comments

by Stephanie Mutert, Trip Manager Imagine two classrooms. The first has a teacher standing at the front at a brown chalk board writing out the day’s lesson that the students need to copy into their notebooks. The students are in their school uniforms: boys with their slacks and shirts with… Read More



Apr 6, 2015  |  GO Project  |  GO Africa, GO Project, Mamas  |  19 Comments

Annet is a house mom at Kabale Father’s House and takes care of 5 girls. The girls in her home like reading, but sometimes they are very playful. “They listen when advised and are obedient because in most cases, they do whatever I tell them to do as a mother in the home,” she explains.… Read More

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