PAZAPA – Church Stretton. Visit of Dr Charles Scholes

Charles and Nancy Scholes with child having Severe Neurological Disabilties

PAZAPA – Church Stretton.  Visit of Dr Charles Scholes

Wednesday 2nd May 2018

Our Visiting Speaker:  Dr Charles Scholes

On May 2nd Church Stretton will have the privilege of hosting a visit by Dr Charles Scholes President of the Siloe Project.  Siloe is a significant US charity  through which funds are channelled to PAZAPA. The latter oversees and finances a school for severely disabled children in Jacmel, south-west Haiti.  Dr Scholes joined the Siloe Board in 2008 and later became its President.

Through PAZAPA the Haiti school currently receives the enthusiastic support of many people in Church Stretton.

PAZAPA’s support for families has been more crucial than ever.  Siloe’s fund raising efforts and generous donors are making it possible for PAZAPA staff to provide critical care and education for their handicapped students.

Dr Charles Scholes:
Charles Scholes was born in Auburn New York in 1942.  He holds a degree in Physics from Cornell University and a doctorate in Molecular Biophysics from Yale.
From 1969-1973 he pursued doctoral research, first at Oxford University and then at University College San Diego.  He became a full professor at the State University of New York in 1984.
Dr Scholes is married to Nancy, a graduate of Cornell University New York Hospital of Nursing.  They have two children.
It is of interest that Charles’ maternal grandmother emigrated to the USA from Brierley Hill in the 1880s.
On Wednesday May 2nd   in the evening there will be a public gathering to hear Charles Scholes talk about the context of Pazapa in relation to the USA policy on Aid and the current world view, from America.  He may talk about international charities and their impact with the Haitian government and people and what the next decade may look like for the republic.

Mayfair Community Centre at 7.00 pm
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