Beliefs

Posted by on Aug 28, 2014 in Oshun Project

When I started The Oshun Project it was because of my beliefs; the belief that people who are marginalized have the most important things to say, a belief that when you lift the lowest people of a society, society is elevated as a whole, and the idea that those who have had the hardest life […]

The Night We Re-discovered Our Poster Child

Posted by on May 28, 2014 in Oshun Project

One evening during our water filtration system installation trip in April 2013 the team travelled up the road in Rhe, Camp-Perrin so that I could see the main water source location which supplied the system. We ended at an abandoned church built by missionaries years prior, which I was pretty curious about. As the sun […]

“If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” African Proverb

Posted by on May 28, 2014 in Oshun Project

The other day my best friend and Oshun Project member, Bivyanna, had to remind me about some of the original musings I had before starting The Oshun Project. The conversation came up because I had been experiencing some personal hardships which were taking my focus from our work in Camp-Perrin, Haiti and I was concerned […]

On The Path to a New Market in Camp-Perrin, Haiti

Posted by on Apr 23, 2014 in Oshun Project

For over two years, I have been communicating with Chavanes Casseus, director of Mouvement Paysans Troiseme Section Camp-Perrin (MP3K). Together, with the wonderful people of the Bower Hill Community Church, we installed a water filtration system in Rhe, Camp-Perrin, Haiti now serving approximately 20,000 people in southwest Haiti. Completing this installation was a monumental accomplishment […]