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Force d'entraide et de Developpement Integre., Delmas, Haiti

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Address: Delmas 95 # 3
Delmas, HT6120  
Haiti
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 2800
Number of People Being Served: 46000
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Mission Statement


In recognition that poverty ravages many areas of the world - victimizing families, children and the elderly, we dedicate ourselves to a ministry of relief and development to aid the poorest of the poor. Wherever possible, our work is not to sustain the needy, but rather to break the cycle of poverty that plagues them. By providing educational opportunities and by focusing on community development, we strive to make impoverished individuals and villages self-supporting. In Haiti, rates of infant mortality, illiteracy, malnourishment, and preventable diseases soar and food, health care, education and employment are scarce. So God's Children Inc.wants to partner with NGO's and Christian ministries throughout the world to fill the gap. Defenseless children exposed to the evil of the streets are subject to exploitation and both physical and sexual abuse. With no source of income they are forced to beg, steal or worse. They are vulnerable to disease, hunger, and homelessness, and are too destitute to hope for an education that could break them out of their poverty.

Description


God's Children Inc.'s priority is to help the poor. Projects include relief for earthquake, flood and hurricanes victims, care and education for orphans and other vulnerable children, housing for the homeless, medicines and health care for the indigent, food for families suffering extreme malnutrition, and clean water for communities that have none, as well as micro-enterprise programs and other long-term development efforts to break the cycle of poverty. Our Work: food for hungry families and schoolchildren literacy for underprivileged women medicines and supplies to hospitals care and education for orphans and other vulnerable children Sponsorship programs water supplies (wells, aqueducts) to parched villages housing for the homeless micro-enterprise programs for poor families emergency relief from natural disasters.

God's Children Inc.'s priority is to help the poor. Projects include relief for earthquake, flood and hurricanes victims, care and education for orphans and other vulnerable children, housing for the homeless, medicines and health care for the indigent, food for families suffering extreme malnutrition, and clean water for communities that have none, as well as micro-enterprise programs and other long-term development efforts to break the cycle of poverty. Our Work: food for hungry families and schoolchildren literacy for underprivileged women medicines and supplies to hospitals care and education for orphans and other vulnerable children Sponsorship programs water supplies (wells, aqueducts) to parched villages housing for the homeless micro-enterprise programs for poor families emergency relief from natural disasters.

Mission Statement: In recognition that poverty ravages many areas of the world - victimizing families, children and the elderly, we dedicate ourselves to a ministry of relief and development to aid the poorest of the poor. Wherever possible, our work is not to sustain the needy, but rather to break the cycle of poverty that plagues them. By providing educational opportunities and by focusing on community development, we strive to make impoverished individuals and villages self-supporting. In Haiti, rates of infant mortality, illiteracy, malnourishment, and preventable diseases soar and food, health care, education and employment are scarce. So God's Children Inc.wants to partner with NGO's and Christian ministries throughout the world to fill the gap. Defenseless children exposed to the evil of the streets are subject to exploitation and both physical and sexual abuse. With no source of income they are forced to beg, steal or worse. They are vulnerable to disease, hunger, and homelessness, and are too destitute to hope for an education that could break them out of their poverty.

Local Affiliation



Program Type:


Food Program

Do you Require Formal Orientation Training?


No