By Aliya Hall
The Chronicle 

Project Living Hope offers help for Haiti

 

December 12, 2019

Aliya Hall/The Chronicle

Kyda Dodson of Springfield was in Haiti for two weeks with Project Living Hope, where she traveled around with their soccer team, visited medical clinics and taught a cooking class.

SPRINGFIELD – When Springfield resident Kyda Dodson heard that her extended family is involved in a project that helps Haitians, she wanted to see firsthand what they were doing. So for her first visit out of the country, Dodson went to Haiti for two weeks.

"It was an amazing experience," she said. "Everyone was so warm and were able to laugh at my failures with me."

Dodson is just one American supporter of Project Living Hope (PLH), a non-profit organization based in Stayton, Ore., designed to empower Haitians to build a stronger Haiti.

The organization is working on the King Center Camp...



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