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Haiti is among the 10 hungriest places in the world and has one of the highest levels of chronic food insecurity with 22% of children chronically malnourished. Around 4.3 million people are in need of urgent assistance.
Teaching Haitians the skills to rebuild is better for the long term development and sustainability of their lifestyle. Short-term food aid may prevent Haiti from creating a sustainable economy as it recovers from the earthquake and decades of poverty. Think long-term and support our mission!
Haiti saw the introduction of Christianity when Europeans arrived to colonize the island. It was first introduced by the Spanish, later followed by French colonialists. We strive to educate as many Haitians as possible in God’s love and the written words of the bible.
Six months after a devastating earthquake in south-west Haiti which caused the deaths of 2,200 people and injured 12,700 more, the international community is coming together with the Government of Haiti to raise up to $2 billion for the long-term recovery and reconstruction of the country. UN News explains why support is needed. Read full UNICEF article HERE.