Tag Archives: Mission of Hope
Five years ago, an earthquake devastated Haiti. Hundreds of thousands of people died, though exact numbers are elusive in that imprecise country. International aid poured in. Some helped, much didn’t, despite First World hubris that we would ‘build back better’. … Continue reading
I am off to Haiti early Monday morning, taking a familiar trip that I haven’t made in over a year. I’ll be traveling with Conor Shapiro, Executive Director of Saint Boniface Hospital in Fond des Blancs, the largest hospital in … Continue reading
Of the many, many things I have to be thankful for today, Dieunison stands out as the most unexpected blessing in my life. When he adopted me in 2010 I could not have realized how much he would personify everything … Continue reading
Many readers of The Awkward Pose became followers during my period of working in Haiti. It has been months since I wrote about Haiti, so here is some news: 1. Mission of Hope school is up and running. … Continue reading
I am on vacation this week, but want to share this wonderful picture of students on the stairs of the Mission of Hope school. Happy New Year to all.
Architectural design is a process that begins with grand concepts and evolves into tedious minutiae. It is not always linear, we often circle back to ensure that the part and the whole work together, but in general architects work from … Continue reading