Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Haiti Made Showcase - Sova

Job creation is one of the most profound ways to help break the poverty cycle and you have the opportunity to play a vital role in the “Circle of Trade."  Providing dignified work opportunities in a safe and loving environment, brings joy and excitement to our family.  The Haiti Made team has grown into an extension of our family and watching them grow in skill and stature fills us with hope for the future of Haiti.  Sova (featured below) is stepping into an amazing leader, craftsman and disciple of Jesus.  He’s leadership, management and creativity is helping take Haiti Made to the next level.  We pray that his effort and that of our team will continue to grow Haiti Made and continue to bless the families of those in our community.  

If you see something on the website that strikes your fancy, please buy it!  If not, then please help share our story of change and stay tuned as we are always exploring new products.  

Hey Friends
The best orphan care strategy begins with a fight to keep families together. And the fight for family starts with sustainable, dignified jobsJoin the fight and help create jobs by shopping Haiti Made as Christmas approaches. New items available now!

Meet Sova:Long-term Haiti Made employee 
Sova has been with us for almost 3 years. We sat down with him to hear the impact this job has made (translated below): 

"My job at Haiti Made allows me to pay for my own school, plus support 8 people in my family. Before Haiti Made, I was in school but could not find work. I enjoy making our leather products, and also working on developing new products."

Sova and his brother Johnny working on leather products.
Introducing:Kreye Journal 
The Kreye Journal, named of the Creole for 'to create', is a softbound leather journal cover complete with an elastic band that helps to bind and secure your most important creative and organizational endeavors. Fits 2 Moleskine journals (included).
What's New:Website redesign, popular products back in stock, cheaper shipping 

The Hand and Feet + Haiti Made Team

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