Danise Abel walks long distances, with little help to support her ministry. She offers workshops that help others asses their spiritual and physical needs. Participants learn how to live healthier lives. Danise’s ministry is just one of many micro-enterp
Immediate Need: $910 per family for 150 families
About this Mission Project
In Haiti, the heavy load of daily life falls on women to feed, clothe and protect their family. There is an immediate need for food, clothing, sanitation, medical help and school supplies for victims of the January earthquake.
Could you clothe your family of 4 with just $100? Could you prepare the kids for school with $75? Could you start a business with only $100?
You have the opportunity to make a SIGNIFICANT difference in the life of a Haitian family. $910 will provide a family of four with nutritious food, kitchen items, clothing for adults and children, bedding, sanitation, medical help and school supplies. It will also allow the family to begin a small business so that they are able to generate some income and improve their lives.
The Women’s Association of the Haitian Baptist Convention wants to help 150 families – a total of $136,500. Through your generosity, we can bring health, healing and hope.
Mission Project Specifics
This project seeks to raise $61,600. This money will outfit 150 families with basic supplies such as food and clothing, access to sanitation and medical care, and school supplies for their children. It will also enable them to begin micro-enterprises to generate income for each family.
This project will be managed by Kihomi Ngwemi Nzunga, American Baptist missionary in Haiti where she is the Women’s Ministry Coordinator. It is anticipated this project will promote health and create economic opportunities in the devastated parts of western and southern Haiti.
Connect to this Mission Project
• Pray with Kihomi and the Women’s Association of Haiti as they seek to minister in practical ways to the families of Haiti.
• Pray for 10 local women to provide leadership and training as they carry out this project.
• Share this information with others in your community and in your church family.