Adopt a School is a new UCT programme being introduced
into Haiti which enables
a church, either from within the Caribbean or Internationally,
to help and support schools within Haiti and other Caribbean islands.
We seek now to introduce this into Honduras working in association
with Helpin Hands Ministries.
Seen here a group of students and teacher at school
Pastor Eddie Lawrence
of Faith Church gave funds to buy complete set of books for
the children at this school. Only a few schools in Honduras
have such resources for study.
Helping Hands Ministries believe
education is a way out of poverty. Faith Church also gave them
Bibles and the teacher (the only one) promised to read the Bible
to the students each day.
The Adopt a School
program has been designed to create, establish and encourage
linkages between the schools within Haiti with International
Churches. UCT believes God will establish these programs throughout
the Caribbean and the Americas.
Seen here the children in Helping Hands
Ministry children's program in Honduras being fed.
Praise God for the wonderful job they are
United Caribbean Trust has established
a Caribbean equivalent to Samaritan's Purse Operation Christmas
Child, we have called our project 'Make
We have extended the project into numerous schools
within Barbados and it seems destined to become an end of term
activity. Enabling the children of Barbados to send a shoe box
of love and hope into desperately poor situations, such as Haiti,
the Carib Territory of Dominica, Brazil, Suriname and God willing
United Caribbean Trust's Founder,
Jenny Tryhane and UCT Early Childhood Coordinator, Paulette
Scantlebury (seen here in Barbados) travelled to Haiti,
mid May 2007, to deliver 200 shoe boxes and again in December
to deliver over 300 Christmas shoe boxes.
These are the means used to establish and extend
the Child Sponsorship Program.