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Written by guest blogger, REBUILD globally Educations and Job Training graduate, Woobensky Doriscat    When I got to my junior year of school, things got a little difficult for me, because my parents came into economically hard times.   Many in my country are willing to learn and work,...

“I believe that anything is possible with knowledge and hardwork. Each day, we’re given an opportunity to be a solution in moments of adversity. With persistence and a goal oriented mindset, we can make a difference in our lives and the lives of everyone around...

Written by guest blogger, Crummer MBA student and recent Haiti traveler, Jasmine Stone Visiting Haiti and the deux mains factory definitely opened my eyes to a different way of life.  REBUILD globally and deux mains are changing lives in Haiti through education, job training and employment. ...

In less than 100 days we will remember the 200,000+ lives that were lost on the January 12, 2010 Haiti earthquake.  The frontline news will marvel about the 1.5 million people who were made homeless, and the millions of aid dollars that seemed to vanish. ...

For the past 8 years, together we have been fighting poverty in Haiti with education and training programs that empower Haitian men and women to obtain degrees, and secure dignified jobs with sustainable sources of income.  In our work we are always pushing ourselves to recognize barriers to success...

REBUILD globally is 8 years old this month!  Wow. Who would have ever thought we would grow up to be an organization that survived infancy in post-earthquake Haiti, the natural disasters and civil unrest that perpetrated our toddlerhood, or the refugee crisis that plagued our...