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Haiti Still Needs Our Help

Haiti Still Needs Our Help

“Pray for my wife and her pregnancy.  I pray someday that missionaries can visit again to encourage us. I look forward to the day missionaries can come again and I can show them my baby.  My workers continue to talk about having visitors as do the children in the schools.  We know that the insecurity in the country has made visiting difficult. We thank you for your help and prayers and all of us in Haiti pray that God would keep you and bless you.

If it wasn’t for the missionaries and for Mission E4. People wouldn’t be able to even survive in Leogane, in Lafferonnay, in Fauche. Mission E4 provides education, medical, and means for the community to be cared for.

There is so much misery right now and many have sold all they have, from a few possessions, to even survive.  Because of the care that Mission E4 brings, we can avoid some of the same misery that happens in the capitol with gangs and disasters. Without the positive impact in the communities, we wouldn’t be even able to walk around freely, due to gangs.  The biggest difficulty for me, in my work, is the requests to hire more people locally so they can be a part of this organization.”

        ~ Saint Ange ~


Saint Ange highlights the positives and challenges that are faced daily.  In Proverbs 31:8-9 it says to, “Speak up for those who can’t speak for themselves, for the rights of all who are destitute. Speak up and judge fairly; defend the rights of the poor and needy.”

 

Life in Haiti continues to be hard. The government is quite unstable and without the necessary leadership. Gangs continue to control entire villages and city areas, with kidnappings now a normal part of daily life. Many people live in a constant state of fear to travel outside of their own localized areas. Key infrastructure like hospitals is still unable to operate well because of the lack of resources. People continue to struggle finding access to clean water and food. 

The good news is that Mission E4 continues to focus on long-term sustainability: 

  • Our schools continue to operate, providing places of safety, education, and access to food.
    • This is directly funded by the sponsorships that goes fully to those needs.
  • Our clinic continues to remain open and accessible to our students and employees.
  • However, our ability to continue to do the necessary projects and increase sustainability is predicated on our access to finances.
    • To the degree we are feeling the effects of inflation in the “first world,” Haiti is feeling it five times worse. 

We appreciate all the support from each one of you. We know that many of you may be facing your own difficulties and don’t have the ability for an additional donation at this time. However, if you are able, we would ask that you prayerfully consider sending in an additional gift to help us continue to meet the needs as Haiti is still in crisis. 



Click Here to make a general gift to Mission E4's work in Haiti


Click Here to view the full May 2022 Newsletter

 

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