Saturday, December 27, 2008

Starting the blog

This posting's photo is of one of the spaces where we are working within the national and international training center established by MPP (Mouvman Peyizan Papay-Farmer's Movement of Papay). To the left and in the background are examples of how we use old tires to grow vegetables, in this case, tomatoes, parsley, cabbage, eggplant, hot peppers and carrots. Photo by Agame Elfraïs, all rights reserved.
This is my (Mark's) first dip into web technology. The goal is to have some place Jenny and I can post information on what's happening with our work with MPP, including the work of the Road to Life Yard -Moringa project and the work of Jenny with MPP's Integrated Health Clinic, "Mironda Heston."

If you are checking us out, hopefully it is because you want to know more. Please keep checking in. Also, please check out the letters and photo albums on the official Presbyterian Church (USA) Mission Connections website:

1 comment:

Tim said...

Mark...It looks good. Not bad for the first time into web technology! Dawn and I's trip was great (no kidnappings and we didn't get lost...). Hope everything in Haiti is going well and I will certainly frequent this blog to see how things are going.

Peace and love,

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