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Hope and a Future for Youth in Haiti

Sharing Jesus’ love. Providing for practical needs, especially the needs of children. That’s gospel-centered mercy ministry, and it’s what God has called his church to do. With your partnership, Children’s Hunger Fund equips churches to answer the call – even in places that would appear hopeless.

Haiti is a country that is desperately poor, rampant with corruption and crime. Infrastructure is weak and natural disasters have resulted in long-lasting devastation. Thousands of children have been orphaned, then exposed to abuse and exploitation. But God is not limited by the tragedies that exist in this tiny island nation.

Churches and para-church organizations in the US, along with local pastors in Haiti, have come together to establish a compound where 120 children and teens are living in safety, growing and thriving in the love of Christ. Greg Barshaw, our Mercy Network Coordinator, labors tirelessly to provide a place where young people receive a Christian education along with vocational training that prepares them for a meaningful, productive life. 

At the beginning, just a church stood on the property. As ministry grew, a school and medical center were added. Now, a vocational center is underway, with shops for tailoring, auto repair, baking, and livestock care. Teens will receive vocational training along with the opportunity to utilize their skills right within the compound.

With your support, ministry partners are equipped to join together and make a difference for the glory of God. For these children in Haiti, the cycle of poverty is being broken. In a practical and beautiful way, God is fulfilling the promise of Jeremiah 29:11 for them: “‘For I know the plans I have for you,’ declares the Lord, ‘plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.’”