Results

In Haiti, we strive to create sustainable change in communities. That means providing for immediate needs, and laying solid foundations to create community growth. This is what we have been able to do to change lives since 2016:

meals to the hungry

children have an education

day jobs created

Children Sponsored

PET carts to the lame

safe homes

leaders trained

people in safe homes

2020 Stats

What we've achieved in the last year.

The following are figures showing what we’ve been able to achieve on the ground in Haiti in 2020:

meals to the hungry

child health-checks

families in our programs

trees planted

staff in Haiti

goats birthed

goat health-checks

Audio Bibles distributed

plates of food in programs

homes rebuilt for families

cement floors installed in homes

people on trips to Haiti

2020 Income & Expense

Our financial situation for 2020.

The following represents our un-audited finances for 2020.

total income

in total expenses

Though facing overwhelming odds, Haitians are a strong people ready for change. We have been called to Haiti to walk alongside the many in need. These are a sampling of statistics that show why we do what we do.

Economy:

Haiti is the poorest country in the Americas. (World Food Program, USA)

%

of the population lives on US$2 a day of less. (World Bank 2012)

%

lives in extreme poverty. (UNDP, 2013)

%

of poverty in Haiti is rural. (MDG report, 2013)

Health:

Is the Haitian life expectancy. (World Bank, 2013)

out of every 1000 children will die before their first birthday. (Ministry of Health, 2012)

children die per 1000 live births. (UNICEF, 2015)

Education:

%

of children do not attend school. (World Bank, 2013)

%

will abandon school before the sixth grade. (UNICEF, 2008)

%

of Haitians 25 and above attended secondary school. (USAID 2015)

Food:

%

of the population is considered food insecure. (World Food Program 2015)

%

of the population, or 5.7 million people, are undernourished. (Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN, 2014-2016)

%

Food supply covers only 55% of the population. (World Food Program 2015)

%

are considered moderately or severely stunted because of poor nutrition. (UNICEF 2012)