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Sixty-six percent of Haitians live on less than $1 dollar a day and 47 percent are undernourished, according to the U.N. World Food Program. The country's unemployment rate is over 60 percent. The dramatic rise in food costs, especially key staples such as rice, has been brought on by droughts in key agricultural countries, more demand in wealthier Asia, and biofuels production. In Haiti children are reverting to eating mud cakes

Within this contex United Caribbean Trust is pleased to be working in association with Restoration Ministries Haiti (RMH) on the Haiti Child Sponsorship Programme introduced throught the Make Jesus Smile shoebox project.

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Make Jesus Smile

Make Jesus Smile

By sharing God's blessings to you with some of these children in Haiti you can give a child an education and a future with hope.

This can make a difference for eternity in a child's life.

Your monthly contribution of US $30.00 per month

will make a difference in the life of a child.

  Make Jesus Smile Haiti shoebox project  US $10 donation Haiti child feeding  US $10 per monthprogram Back to School US $10 per month Agape in Action Voice for Haiti
 

Every photo below represents an age range, please click on the one that you may want to sponsor

Baby boy or girl

Boy or girl under 4 years

Boy or girl from 4 - 11 years

Boy or girl over 11 years old

CLICK ON THE PICTURES TO VIEW OTHER CHILDREN FOR SPONSORSHIP

Sponsor a baby boy Sponsor a baby girl Sponsor a boy under 4 Sponsor a girl under 4
Baby boy Baby girl Boy under 4 Girl under 4
Sponsor a boy under 11 Sponsor a girl under 11 Sponsor a boy over 11 Sponsor a girl over 11
Boy 4 - 11 Girl 4 - 11 Boy over 11 Girl over 11

What will your US $30 per month achieve?

The money will be divided into 3 modules

  1. The first 1/3rd of the fees will go to the school to cover school fees, uniform, shoes, books and pencils etc. Complying with one of the Millennium Development Goals - To ensure that all boys and girls complete a full course of primary schooling
  2. The next 1/3rd will be invested into a Family Empowerment Programme enabling the family to purchase livestock such as goats, chickens, pigs or a cow. UCT is committed to investing US $30 to purchase a BioSand filter from Clean Water for Haiti (CWH) for every family within our Child Sponsorship Program.
  3. The last 1/3rd will go towards funding the After School Club which is being established at the local Restoration Ministries Haiti church in Morne Oge and in the Salvation Army church hall in Jacmel. This will include an afternoon feeding programme and a child educational, character building evangelical teaching programme.

Contact UCT united_caribbean@yahoo.com

NEWS REPORT: BBC Caribbean Magazine:

One charity organisation is hoping to bring some Christmas cheer to Haitian children this year. Seen below the pictures of some of our sponsored children's homes following the storm...please help.
f some of our sponsored children's homes following the storm...please help.

Haiti, already plagued with financial difficulties, is now struggling to recover from the damage caused by Tropical Storm Noel in October 2007

More recently floods that devastated Haiti and killed hundreds threaten to trigger a health crisis and fresh outbreaks of food riots in the impoverished Caribbean country, government officials and aid workers say. < Read more >

Haiti, already plagued with financial difficulties, is now struggling to recover from the damage caused by Tropical Storm Noel in October 2007 Haiti, already plagued with financial difficulties, is now struggling to recover from the damage caused by Tropical Storm Noel in October 2007 Haiti, already plagued with financial difficulties, is now struggling to recover from the damage caused by Tropical Storm Noel in October 2007
 

 
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