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In Haiti, chronic malnutrition affects 24% of children under five, with that rate increasing in rural areas. Malnutrition leads to a multitude of problems including stunted physical and mental growth, abandoned or “orphaned” children, and in extreme cases, death.

The First Thousand Days program exists in response to this devastation. The Program provides:

  • Five meals per week for kids ages 0-5
  • Immunizations and health care
  • Clean water
  • Spiritual development
  • Basic health education for mothers


The Program Entails:

Most of the parents of these children cannot afford to send their kids to school, as they live on less than $1 per day. Child sponsorships help the parents fulfill the dream of providing a better future for their children and help the children empower their minds and change the path of poverty.

The 180 for Haiti program exists for kids in grades k-4th and provides:

  • Scholarships to attend school
  • Books and school supplies
  • School uniform
  • Check-ups from Health Agent
  • Christmas gift with food distribution


More Stories

Jeff Thomas – The Wandering Path

“These are people who are way in the back. These are people who might feel lost. I think with us going as a group to [follow the path to] find them and pray over them, they then feel as though they’re found and as if somebody does care even though they’re way back there. So that’s what’s neat about accepting Jesus – knowing that no matter where you are and what the situation, He’s there to give you guidance.”

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The Ripple Effect

Steve and Deb Ross laid the foundations for Iowans and Haitians to work together in the Pignon area, to bring hope to thousands of people. I don’t end up in Haiti without Steve and Deb Ross.

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