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This group is created to invite everyone to think about the Haitian poor children problems. Talking, thinking, sharing can help to make a difference. Be sure that every comments are welcome! Be blessed and may the LORD help us to CARE THEM!
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Since its inception, the Christian Action Ministries for Haiti had tried to steal the aid of destitute children.At a time where we are now, we commit ourselves more in their favor through the new place they occupy in our action.

This presents the bulk of our activities, but particularly because the presentation of a category often forgotten and marginalized of our society in Haiti-needy children / orphans. These are children who lack access to education, affection of a family, medical care, etc.. if we do not enormous efforts towards them, many continue to delinquency, and spend their youth in the deprivation of basic all its forms.

It is incumbent upon us as a task not only humanitarian but also our assistance is a Christian action in favor of those who most need us.

To help these children, many of whom are currently orphaned, abused or in domestic service is a challenge. And yet it was only in meeting this challenge that we are fulfilling our commitments to these children if we offer them everything they need, then we can make a difference. And I know that we are the arrivals.


Mission Statement

In response of the order of God
by the word of Isaiah His Prophet:

"It's sharing your bread with the hungry,
and provide hospitality to the poor homeless gives clothes that you see naked,
not to distract you from your neighbor "
Isaiah 58.7

Our mission is to help the poor,
to share our bread with the hungry
and welcome the homeless under our roof..
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