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Haiti Christmas 2006

We were delighted with the response of the children on Babados who collected 200 Christmas gifts for Haiti.

 

Half Moon Primary school in Barbados armed with their gifts for Haiti

St Silus Primary School loading up the car with their many giftsUnited Caribbean Trust has a deep desire to be an expression of the love of Christ on earth, bringing hope to children in Haiti responding to meet the holistic needs of the child – physical, emotional and spiritual.

We want Make Jesus Smile to be much more than a shoe box ministry, receiving this gift means so much to the Haitian child. Just knowing that someone, from within the Caribbean whom they will never meet, cared. Your efforts will bring joy, hope and a little of God’s love into a desperately poor situation, remembering the true meaning of Christmas – so Make Jesus Smile this Christmas.

Taking part is so easy - by simply filling a shoe box with a range of small items suitable for a child of your chosen gender and age range, you can send a ‘box of hope’ to Haiti.

CLICK to see what to put in your shoe box

CLICK to learn how to pack your shoe box

FACTS ABOUT CHILDREN IN HAITI:


Only 25 percent of Haitian children have the vaccines they need to survive, making Haiti the country with the lowest vaccination rate in the world.

The infant mortality rate in Haiti is 76 of every 1,000 live births, more than twice that of any other country in the Western Hemisphere.

Only 53 percent of Haitian children ages 6 to 12 are enrolled in school.

Only 14 percent of Haitian children ages 13 to 18 are enrolled in school.

Only 38 out of 1,000 children who enter the first year of primary school finish secondary school.

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