April 25, 2019 • News

Empowering Community Leaders

Fresh and interactive teachings allow the national police to practice scenarios and first aid skills in the classroom. Although the national police are trained, they are always looking for additional training for their officers. Three seasoned law officers from the States brought new and innovative ideas to both the rookie and experienced police personnel.
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January 29, 2019 • Workshops

Business Training Brings Hope

The common business person of the Dominican Republic must have ingenuity and be a problem solver. There are many obstacles to becoming self-sustainable in this country; however, through Every Day Hope’s small business workshops people have hope.  Professionals from the States, collaborating with Every Day Hope, spend a week dedicating their time to teach and...
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July 17, 2018 • Progress

To Cover and Protect

Providing clean water for 125 families, an Every Day Hope community well needed a housing unit to cover and protect the investment for long term use. The EDH construction crew along with leaders from the community began construction to secure the well pump and all its electrical components. In just two days the shelter was...
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June 19, 2018 • News

For the Well of All

  In the community of Aguacate, families had to gather their daily domestic use water from the nearby river or purchase it from water trucks. In August 2016, Every Day Hope recognized this need in the Aguacate community and drilled it’s very first electric pump well.   Upon the well’s completion, it would only produce...
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June 19, 2018 • Workshops

Empowering the National Leaders

Over the past several years, I have been wanting to use my skills, knowledge and talents in order to help others within developing countries in hopes that they would be able to grow in their knowledge as well. That’s when I began to speak with Jim and Renee Larson from Every Day Hope about this...
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March 25, 2018 • Workshops

Equipping Communities for Success in Business

This is what I love about working with EDH!! This work creates an avenue for me to invest in people in such a way that their lives can be forever changed.
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February 12, 2018 • Progress

The Villages of Mama Tingo

The mountainous area of Mama Tingo consists of six villages. All the villages are without running water. There are 5000 people without clean water for daily use.
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December 9, 2017 • Progress

Community of El Limon

This rural community is outside of the nation’s capital on a mountainside where there are 1000 people and about 200 homes. They are in need of the Livestock for Life Program where they could raise goats and pigs to provide for food, resources and finances. They currently have a Community Directive organized who are working...
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June 28, 2017 • Workshops

Strengthening Those Who Protect and Serve

Being a police officer or a fire fighter can be a highly stressful and dangerous job. Sometimes these occupations come with bad labels and prejudices that are not warranted. Two detectives from the U.
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November 1, 2016 • Progress

Clean water for Aguacate

Every Day Hope along with the generous donations from two organizations, were able to put a well in the community of Aguacate. Not all of the world’s population has access to safe domestic water. Prior to the new well, this community’s water sources were collecting rain water from rusty tin roofs, or scooping up a...
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August 28, 2016 • Workshops

Wellness Campaign

Local doctor shares practical and valuable health tips with the community of Aguacate. Knowledge changes quality of life. This workshop provided information about dealing with common diseases, how to prevent contamination in every day practices of food preparation, caring for the sick, safe latrine practices, and maintaining health.
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August 10, 2015 • Progress

Priming the Pump

Every Day Hope is please to announce the installation of our first hand-pump well station. This pump will bring clean domestic water for community members. EDH along with the community cooperative, have formed an alliance to oversee and maintain the hand-pump station.
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August 5, 2015 • Progress

Testing 1, 2, 3…

Every Day Hope had a very adventurous experience in the month of August. A group of engineering students from WVU and Penn St. joined forces to research the possibilities of bringing clean water to the community of Caobete.
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June 10, 2015 • Progress

Paying it Forward

Every Day Hope is on a roll. This past month we were able to “pay it forward” and bless two more families in the town of Sabana Grande de Hostos. Our “Livestock for Life” program, which helps needy families with either a pair of pigs or a pair of goats, was able to introduce our...
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July 15, 2014 • News

Livestock for Life Giveaway!

Here is a photo from our first Livestock for Life giveaway. Several happy families went home with some much needed and useful animals to help support their livelihood and the community.
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July 5, 2014 • Progress

Hand Pumps Move Forward

On July 3rd EDH held a town hall meeting in Caobete to determine where the hand pump wells will be dug. At that same meeting the community elected the five member cooperative to oversee the maintenance of the hand pump well project. Hand and hand working together to change lives.
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May 27, 2014 • Workshops

Small Business Workshops

EDH has held several business seminars to help existing businesses and people who want to create their own small business. We bring in successful business people from the States to help educate business owners and business students here in the Dominican Republic.
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January 27, 2014 • News

Community Rallies for Water Solutions

We have held four town hall meetings in the village of Caobete to determine the best placement of the hand pump well. Also, we are teaching the village how to create a cooperative to oversee/regulate the hand pump well. First meeting was held in January 2014.
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January 19, 2014 • Progress

Meeting with the Mayor of Pimentel

Great meeting with the mayor of Pimentel as we plan out the details for the water filtration project, in partnership with Engineers without Borders, in the village of Caobete. Next step: community meetings.
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November 9, 2013 • Workshops

Micro-Enterprise Seminar

Bookkeeping is an important ingredient of a successful micro-enterprise. Presenter and business owner, Heidi Potter, conducted a two-night presentation at our Every Day Hope Micro-Enterprise Seminar. Today we have a complete day devoted to the nuts and bolts of starting and running a micro-enterprise.
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September 13, 2013 • News

Providing Hot, Nutritious Meals for 53 Children

Every Day Hope’s Jim and Renee had a meeting with Carmen, the director of a school in Caobete, about the possibility of providing a hot, nutritious meal for the 53 children in her school on a weekly basis! She is overjoyed with the opportunity.
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August 8, 2013 • Progress

56% of DR lives on wages of $244 USD/mo

56% of the DR’s economically active population lives on wages below 10,000 pesos (US$244.0) a month. Can you imagine trying to improve your family’s quality of life with such a limitation?
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June 27, 2013 • Progress

Water Hazards

After spending time in the village of Caobete and witnessing the domestic water problems, EDH created a clean water program. The people of the village are using water from the canal to irrigate the rice fields in the area. The water comes from the river several miles away and other villages deposit their waste in...
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April 27, 2013 • Progress

Bright Starts!

We started a feeding program in three pre-kindergarden schools and one orphanage in April of 2013. We are currently feeding approximately 550 children weekly.
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August 27, 2012 • News

Getting Started

After spending 8 years on the mission field and seeing the injustices, we felt led to create a humanitarian organization to change those injustices. Every Day hope was created in 2012. EDH wants to create sustainable communities not communities that are dependent on others.
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