Can you imagine sending your children to school hungry?

Of course not, that doesn't often happen in the US, but it happens for many poor children in Haiti, day after day. I often wonder how many children aren't reaching their full potential because of a lack of nutrition, a lack of education, and thus, a lack of opportunity. Sové Lavi (Saving Lives) has been supporting an elementary school in Pont Sondé, Haiti, near our medical clinic, for many years. Several years ago, ...

2017-04-22T04:42:56+00:00

University of Texas Southwestern medical doctors and students

University of Texas Southwestern medical doctors and students Sové Lavi (Saving Lives) is honored and privileged to have the ongoing support of University of Texas Southwestern medical doctors and students for the past four years. They selflessly give up their spring break to work at our clinic in Haiti, conduct mobile clinics in far reaching areas that have

2017-04-22T04:30:11+00:00

Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving! Dear Friends of Sové Lavi (Saving Lives), Welcome to the Sové Lavi (Saving Lives) blog. On this blog, you will find thoughts and comments from our staff, Board members, and volunteers about our work in Haiti in medical care, clean water, and education, as well as stories of their personal experiences with the beautiful Haitian

2017-04-22T04:19:35+00:00

Hurricane Tomas Aftermath

Hurricane Tomas Aftermath After Hurricane Tomas damaged Port-Salut's coastal area, particularly Roche-Jabouin and surrounding villages, Organization Sove Lavi along with its board member Jean-Michel Voltaire, Esq., reached out to assist. The only well in Roche-Jabouin was contaminated by the sea water and has been the source of water-borne diseases in this village. Feared of a potential cholera outbreak in

2017-04-22T03:38:12+00:00

Dallas church pledges $25,000 to build wells in Haiti region hit by cholera

Dallas church pledges $25,000 to build wells in Haiti region hit by cholera 11:36 PM CST on Monday, November 8, 2010 By DIANNE SOLÍS / The Dallas Morning News Friendship West Baptist Church of Dallas has pledged about $25,000 to build wells in the rural Artibonite Valley of Haiti, where a cholera outbreak has claimed more than 300 lives.

2017-04-22T03:24:56+00:00