In Haiti, a country where the life expectancy is only 57 years,
where the average person lives on less than 70 cents a day,
where an utter lack of sanitation causes great risk to the population,
where the natural resources have been completely depleted,
where intestinal worms steal 25% of many childrens' daily caloric intake
where violence, robberies, and kidnappings keep people out of the streets,
selling water, mangos, or crackers in the street,
begging for a gourde or two,
or living in orphanages like Hope for the Children of Haiti.
These children are the lucky ones.