Posts Tagged One Hen

Haiti Days 5 & 6: Haitians Helping Haitians

Friends, If you’ve been following along, you’ll have read of our plans to expand our One Hen, “Yon Poul” social entrepreneurship program to an additional 90 students in the Institution Mixte Martin Luther school in Marmalade. In order to accomplish this, however, we first have to equip the Marmalade teachers with the skills needed to lead the program. That said, we dedicated

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Haiti Day 4: Measuring Success of the One Hen Pilot

Friends, Today we bring to you fantastic news of our One Hen pilot program in Institution Nouvelle Etoile de Bethlehem, the school we support in downtown Cap Haïtien. As we mentioned in Tuesday’s blog post, (which you can read up on, here) we had 90 students participate in the first ever One Hen, “Yon Poul,” enrichment program to teach financial literacy, business

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Haiti Day 2: Building a Future with One Hen

Hello Friends, Today’s agenda in Haiti was dedicated to evaluating and planning for the future of our One Hen program. One Hen, Inc. was established in 2009 as an outgrowth of the 2008 children’s book One Hen: How One Small Loan Made a Big Difference. The story is of a poor boy from Ghana who purchased one hen and, through hard

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