Are you ready to disconnect from the busyness of society and meet the needs of people in the mountains of Haiti??
Enjoy the outdoors, unlimited hiking amidst the beauty of the countryside, while meeting the needs of people who have no access to modern day healthcare.
Saturday: fly in– travel to home base
Sunday: relax, plan week, possible host clinic Sunday afternoon
Monday – Friday: clinic during the day with opportunities for hiking/exploring
during the breaks.
Saturday: fly home
*schedule is tentative and subject to change to meet the needs of clinic!
No alcohol or tobacco allowed on the property.
No wi-fi or cell service available (subject to change)
Water is limited, so showers are not guaranteed on a daily basis.
Our Partner Organization: TWCH
Agriculture Programs - Farms: We have two agriculture programs planned for the Montrouis area. The first, in Mango, was installed in April 2013 and seeds are being started in June 2013. This is a large program consisting of a large garden and a 1500+ chicken program. The second, in Kalalande, was installed in October 2013. We hope to teach agriculture techniques including ways to plant during the dry season and how to compost to the local communities. Our goal is to do training days and share days where people come together and work/learn together. Everything from the ag programs will be sold in local markets and all profit will go to benefit local schools.
TWC Academy Schools: We partner with underprivileged schools in the local Montroius area. We focus on training teachers, providing essential school supplies and bringing the Gospel into the schools. We do all of this to help these schools raise their standards and help provide a quality education to every child and prepare them for the national exam.
Feeding Programs: In the past, we have provided a lunch meal to 900+ school kids every day. Recently, funding has declined and we haven't had the ability to continue the feeding program. If you are interested in helping support the feeding program, please contact us.
Medical Clinics: Medical care is something that is definitely lacking and poorly done in Haiti. We have groups of doctors and nurses that join us on week long trips and do clinics in different areas of the community. One of the newest models that we have introduced is
Street Care, a door-to-door mobile clinic and evangelical effort. We go into peoples homes and ask how they are doing, share the Gospel with them and love on them. We also like to check on community health issues at the same time, like toilets and where people get their water. The doctors treat anyone in the household who needs attention and then we spend a time of fellowship and prayer with them. We feel like this method meets a great need of overall community health, spiritual health and personal relationship building.
Street Lights: A huge need that has been pointed out by community members is street lights. There is no constant city power in our area and when the sun sets it becomes extremely dark. We developed a system for solar powered street lights and to date have installed 20 in the Mango community. We paired this program with an evangelical concert and preached to the community about how Jesus is the Light of the world. We pray that these lights can be symbols of hope in the community.