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Soeurs Salesiennes : The Catholic School is in need of your financial support to cover cost of a new Laboratory, Solar Electric, Day to Day Operations, to better served the children. We are seeking all the Alumni to support them. Please make a donation now. You can also Contact Carine Dorsainville, the President of the Alumni if you need additional information at carine.dorsainville@hfhm.org

Cerca Carjaval - Dr. Foblas Joseph, Director - Contact joseph.foblas@hfhm.org

(We keep that information in French to keep the integrity, please let us know if you need an  English version) "En vue de maximiser les productions agricoles et végétales, plusieurs jeunes de la commune vont ailleurs étudier les techniques agricoles modernes, comme au Cap-Haïtien et à Fort liberté. C'est le coeur joyeux qu'ils reviennent se mettre au service du coin de pays qui les a vu naître.Dans cette zone frontalière où les hommes partent travailler en République dominicaine, les femmes sont majoritaires, selon les statistiques officielles. Elles doivent donc subvenir aux besoins de leur famille. Témoignages de bénéficiaires Hernande Augustin, qui était allée étudier les techniques agricoles à la Fondation Vincent au Cap-Haïtien, est retournée dans sa communauté à Cerca Carvajal. Elle travaille aujourd'hui à encadrer les femmes. Mme Augustin les accompagne tant au niveau sanitaire que dans un programme de micro crédit. « Je suis fière aujourd'hui de dire que j'ai construit ma maison avec les fruits de mon labeur, dans l'esprit d'être utile à ma communauté », se félicite l'ancienne boursière du CSDI. Un programme de transformation de plantes médicinales a aussi permis aux femmes du CSDI d'acquérir le savoir-faire pour produire des shampoings, des crèmes pour la peau et des médicaments naturels. Monique Jean, mère de 8 enfants, a, bénéficié d'un soutien en matière d'élevage. « La rentrée scolaire aurait été beaucoup plus pénible si je n'avais pu vendre les cabris mis à ma disposition par le CSDI », dit-elle, le sourire aux lèvres.Franck Dorvilus, boursier en construction à l'école professionelle Dbtek de Fort Liberté, est lui aussi revenu pour contribuer à sa manière aux différents projets de développement mis en oeuvre par l'équipe du docteur Joseph. Invité à se prononcer sur les chiques qui empoisonnent la vie des habitants de Pinquoi, une localité située dans les hauteurs de la commune, le docteur Faublas Joseph fait remarquer que le problème n'est pas uniquement médical, mais surtout lié à la condition socio-économique des gens. « Vouloir résoudre ce problème sans s'attaquer à la pauvreté est une perte de temps », dit-t-il. « En juillet dernier, nous avons réussi la graduation de la première promotion de notre école professionnelle. 110 jeunes sont sortis diplômés en soudure, en maçonnerie, en coupe et en couture », raconte le directeur du CSDI, qui confie que les fonds pour financer la mise en oeuvre des différents projets proviennent uniquement de la Fondation Kellog. Il se désole de ce que le CSDI ne reçoit aucune aide de l'Etat haïtien, en dépit de ses nombreuses démarches."

Eglise Nazareen de FreresGrace and Peace be multiplied unto you in Christ Jesus.
A growing Church in Frères, Petion-Ville in front of St. Claire, where many souls are reaching out for Christ; these souls have material, financial, and spiritual needs, and we are praying God for your supports to meet their needs.

Freda Germain received an assignment from God in 2003 while she returned back to Haiti for the first time after 15 years from New York; God leaded her to start a prayer meeting from home before returning to NY. During that time, many souls have come to Christ. While there, God brought a young Pastor (Rev. Phito) to that prayer meeting, and from that connection a Church was implanted in the heart of a dominating voodoo area.

Ms. Germain sacrifices her own needs to support the Church ever since; she used her personal earnings and savings to keep up the house of God, instruments, rental costs, and other financial aids, to meet the needs of these souls to God; she supports families, children, and youth.

In every service only a small group of the congregation can get a seat in a the Centuary, the larger portion worships from outside.  They have been praying for a bigger place of worship, which will also be a property of the church.

The Lord allowed them to find a good piece of land that responds to their aspirations, but they lack financial means to secure the acquisition.  they ask you to join them through your giving in the up building of God’s Kingdom and in furthering the Gospel of Jesus Christ.  

Elderly: HFHM has plans to build a community for elderly in Haiti without substantial resources. Please support this project. We would like to acquire land, and start building houses to take them out of the street.

Cabarret: Near Leogane, Martine Beauchamp is in charge of this project. Martine has a missionary project; God spoke to Martine at the beginning of year 2002 while she was in Long Island, NY to go to Haiti rescuing the people from that region. Martine obeyed to the voice of God, and she went to that region, which she did not know before. Martine was overwhelmed by what she saw; the living conditions of that community. Since then, Martine has kept seriously the assignment that God gave her to feed, and take care of that region.

Martine used her own financial resources to honor God's name. Martine left her comfort zone in Long Island, NY to go bath homeless, feed them, hand-washed clothes at the river (hard copies pictures are available if you want to see them, please contact us.)

Martine recalled with compassion how she took care of a blind couple without resources and their gratitude to God. Martine did not have to do that, and she did it. Her, and another servant since then, never stopped the work of God; she is supporting a group of young men, and girls who want to study, and get to know God better with unique goal to take care of their community. Please support her on that assignment.

United States: Literacy Program to the Haitian Population in New York City, Florida; HIV Community-Based Educational Program; Emergency Fund; Micro Loan; Assisting Refugees and New Immigrants for Integration; Etc.

The Emergency Fund is a membership contribution that was established to assist our community in America to face unexpected expenses (like death, bond, sickness, family emergency, etc.) To be considered the member needs to fill out a form, and pay a monthly fee of $30.00 for at least three months before he/she becomes eligible for assistance. The community is very excited about the benefit of this program in hardship. Please support this program.

Africa: To be anounced.

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