EDUCATION AND OUTREACH
Doing What’s Needed
In order to further collaborate with the communities in which we are involved, we fully invest ourselves in the education of the youth.We strongly believe that a good education is the key to breaking the cycle of poverty and can create a better future for children and their families. That is why we facilitate sponsorships for students who otherwise would not have a chance to attend.
When we invite you to sponsor a student, we are inviting you to invest in the future of Haiti.
Tackling the Issue
We believe in the rich potential of high-quality agriculture which brings wealth and that is respectful of the environment.
We understand the value and importance of agriculture and independence. Ready to change the mentality and way of life of farmers, one rural city at a time.
Through this we aim to enable and empower local farmers to grow their own food by bringing back agriculture to the rural areas of Haiti.
GOSPEL ( THE GOOD NEWS)
The Change Within
Bible classes and prayer in public high schools???
NOT in the USA, but ABSOLUTELY in Haiti through Casim.
The Most High has provided us with unique opportunities to teach the Bible as required curriculum in the elementary school in Santiaque Haiti. Currently, our qualified teachers, Pastor Wilkin, Pauline Joseph, Emonise Pierre and Garline Dorvil teach at Siloe elementary school every week, reaching over 152 students with the gospel and biblical life principles. This is not a voluntary class, but mandatory, and part of the students’ weekly schedule. Class activities include bible study, bible memorization, Q&A, prayer, fun bible drills and even exams. Regularly, students accept Christ right in their classroom and are further discipled by attending our New Life Discipleship bible study. From bondage to freedom, the students are finding truth and hope in Christ.
The students’ changed behavior is cause for continued hope in a bright future. The possibilities are endless, as The Most High continues to open doors for us to teach His Word to these students throughout in the town of Santiaque Haiti.