Blog / GO Fellows

Update from Cherette, Haiti

by Jenni (GO Fellow), from Haiti To be honest, you don't see too much grass in Haiti and when it rains in the south, it really pours. Mix these two together and you've got a big, muddy problem! In Cherette, maintaining sanitary conditions is very important for keeping the… Read More


The Business of Birds

by Jenni (GO Fellow) With GO, you hear a lot about ideas like “sustainability” and “transforming lives through orphan care.” Though these concepts are not altogether distant from one another, they unite in unique ventures that provide income for orphan care, but also… Read More


Girl in Hospital

Let the little children come

by Jenni (GO Fellow), from Haiti “And they were bringing children to Him so that He might touch them; but the disciples rebuked them. But when Jesus saw this, He was indignant and said to them, ‘Permit the children to come to me; do not hinder them; for the kingdom of God… Read More


Breaking bread together

by Jenni (GO Fellow) 180 children live and go to school in the GO Project-partner village of Casa Major, Haiti. Recently, they enlarged their eating pavilion, which previously felt crammed at about 30 children. I found myself wondering about the importance of having a meal… Read More