Haiti has suffered chronic instability due to dictatorships and natural disasters in recent decades leaving it as the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere.
An earthquake in 2010 killed more than 200,000 people and caused extensive damage to the infrastructure and economy. This country continues to face multiple ongoing crises, such as food insecurity and malnutrition.
With an estimated 982,000 people facing severe food insecurity and more than 640,000 people in need of access to health care, Global Missions wants to build a new orphanage, an elementary school, and medical clinic in Williamson, Haiti.
Haiti is Global Missions newest Open Bible work and we want to impact Haiti for Christ by using funds raised through Mission: Haiti to build a new orphanage for 50 children; an elementary school for 300 children in first through seventh grades; and a medical clinic that will serve hundreds of children and youth who have no way to receive any type of medical care or treatment for common illnesses and injuries requiring medication.
Join the Mission: Haiti team by donating to impact the lives of hundreds of children from malnutrition, lack of health care, and poverty. The children's families and the community will also be impacted as the Gospel is spread through teaching and shown in tangible ways.