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When I met Mamie Yol she was just beginning to build a new school. Since then she has completed building a new school and survived the last two years of political upheaval that chased away many mission workers from Haiti and led to five robberies/break-ins of her business over the past year.
Despite these set backs she has increased the number of girls in her orphanage to 40 and the attendance of her school has also increased to 50 children.

United Caribbean Trust (UCT) is excited with the posibilities this school offers in establishing the After School Club activities that UCT is keen to support including three main programs:

 
  United Caribbean Trust Mission House
 
She still does not have any support for the school or orphanage and there are no Christian groups visiting her children although she does provide strong Christian training for her girls.
Bon Repos Orphan school
Bon Repos Orphan school The entire premisise is beginning to need some refreshing and could benifit from a mission team investing some time to repaint the school and orphanage.
Bon Repos Orphan school
Bon Repos Orphan school

This is an opportunity for someone(s) to do ministry with the Haitian people with no need to learn to speak Creole. Mamie Yol is fluid in both English and Creole and is capable of translating for those who wish to speak to the children. They have a beautiful orphanage, chapel and school.

Seen here Sherrie Smith a mission worker from the states.

Bon Repos Orphan school

What they need are some visitors to love on the children and a small amount of financial support to maintain and grow their ministry. This facility is a good place for a Christian group to go in and do a VBS and/or some building of school furniture 

Seen here Jenny Tryhane, founder of United Caribbean Trust with Mama Yol distributing the Make Jesus Smile shoeboxes packed by the children on Barbados, this box was packed by the children of People's Cathedral.

 

NEEDS:

Health Items: children chewable vitamins , children pain relievers,
children cold/cough medicine, toothpaste, toothbrushes, soap,
shampoo, etc.

Clothing Items: girls shoes (ages 3-10), girls clothes (no pants)

Donation Items needed:

- Goat Fund ($15 per baby goat)
- Bio Sand Water Filters
- Clean Water Fund (Culligan Water / Purification Products)
- Salary Fund (Pays Monthly Teacher Salaries for School Year US $300 per month)

God has put this ministry on my heart to seach for a loving congregation who might want to make a journey with me over to visit and support their ministry.

The Misson House can sleep 12 people and provides excellent accommodation for a team wanting to visit Port au Prince and have a safe environment in which to minister.

Jeff Bradshaw (United Missions, Inc.)


 

Do not withhold good from those to whom it is due, when it is in your power to do it. Do not say to your neighbor, 'Go, and come again, tomorrow I will give it' - when you have it with you. Proverbs 3:27-28

 
 
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