Rebuilding Haiti Project
For years people have referred to Haiti as the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere. The 7.0-magnitude earthquake has certainly made the matter worse. The rebuilding Haiti project focuses on building an orphanage in Pine Forest,a rural area in the county of Fonds-Verrettes.In addition, this project includes the plan to build eleven schools in an effort to help decentralize Port-au-Prince. The orphanage and the schools will be under the umbrella of Moriah Baptist Mission, an indigenous ministry legally recognized in Haiti.Educating children is investing in humans for a better future. Unlike the United States, Haiti does not have enough public schools to educate its children. Therefore, building additional schools will boost the education system. While private schools charge tuition fees, Christian schools in Haiti often strive to provide poor children with a free education. To defray the cost, continued financial contributions are necessary.
Sadly, only 52.9 percent of the Haitian population can read and write. To change this dismal situation and help put Haiti in the path to recovery,
Moriah Baptist Mission has taken a bold step to create an aggressive education program. With a monthly commitment of $30, you can pay for a child’s education, school lunch, and school supplies.
Currently, Moriah Baptist Mission has 11 makeshift school buildings in Haiti with about 1,500 students. Most of the students are orphans and the rest are homeless. That is why your financial support is very crucial. We need fund to build decent classrooms for those kids and provide them with one hot meal a day.