Our Projects

Our Projects


Our Projects Year 2011

Animal distribution - On March 5, Haiti Mission Inc delivered 41 pigs and 100 chickens to families in the villages of Numero Deux and Ravine Sable. The animals were brought in from a farm in Leogane where they had all been vaccinated and given the necessary antibodics to help them survive the various viruses and diseases which plague pigs and chickens in Haiti. Well Drilling - During the second week in March, 2011 HMI has moved its drilling equipment into Jeremie to drill two wells. One of the wells has been funded by Rotary District 6200 clubs in South Louisiana. The other well is being sponsored by IMPACT 195 of Rock University.


Our Projects Year -2010


Our Projects in Addition to Drilling Water Wells

Although water is essential for life, other goals of the Haiti Mission involve education for the children and an improved economy for the people we serve. To do this, the Mission established three schools with a combined enrollment of 750 students. We serve as a major employer with a payroll comprised of 24 teachers, a nurse, four well drillers, two pig farm attendants and a veterinarian.

Each year, our shoe program provides much needed footwear for the children. Through the pig farm, approximately 100 pigs have been distributed in the community. We are in the process of starting a chicken farm with the intent of providing eggs for the students as part of our “Feed the Children Program”. Improving the quality of life through improved housing and aid to the needy is another goal. In April, assistance was provided to 340 families. Below is a pictorial of our projects

Ravine Sable was the first school built. It is an open air facility and accommodates six classes separated by blackboards. The children will soon be in a new building with individual classrooms. Kay en Rond school is being built to replace a school that was destroyed by a hurricane. Approximately $10,000 is needed to complete this school.

The newest and largest of the schools is functional but needs funding to complete. Prior to building this school, the church doubled as the school.

Each year children receive new shoes stuffed with vitamins and worm pills. The worm pills have made a trememdous impact on the overall health of the community. Pigs are very valuable in Haiti, a real "piggy bank". This was our first distribution.

 At Christmas we encourage giving of a pig, chickens or donkeys in the name of loved ones. The gift of this donkey will enable this woman to carry much more produce to market. Before she was limited to what could be carried in a bowl on her head. What a blessing this donkey will be. These chicken sheds are part of a pilot project to house 240 chickens. The goal is to provide enough eggs to feed the school children twice a week with excess eggs sold for profit. If this works, the farm would be expanded to 3000 chickens which will increase employment and aid the ecomony in the community.

Soccer is a passion in Haiti. Each year, we bring hundreds of soccer balls which are quickly worn out. As important as taking care of material needs, administering to the people is just as important. The Mission's presence in the community brings hope to the people.

The newest and largest of the schools is functional but needs funding to complete. Prior to building this school, the church doubled as the school.

Each year children receive new shoes stuffed with vitamins and worm pills. The worm pills have made a trememdous impact on the overall health of the community. Pigs are very valuable in Haiti, a real "piggy bank". This was our first distribution.

At Christmas we encourage giving of a pig, chickens or donkeys in the name of loved ones. The gift of this donkey will enable this woman to carry much more produce to market. Before she was limited to what could be carried in a bowl on her head. What a blessing this donkey will be. These chicken sheds are part of a pilot project to house 240 chickens. The goal is to provide enough eggs to feed the school children twice a week with excess eggs sold for profit. If this works, the farm would be expanded to 3000 chickens which will increase employment and aid the ecomony in the community.

Soccer is a passion in Haiti. Each year, we bring hundreds of soccer balls which are quickly worn out. As important as taking care of material needs, administering to the people is just as important. The Mission's presence in the community brings hope to the people.

This is where Mr. Lamy, his wife and 13 grandchildren lived. Thanks to generous donors, this is where the Lamys now live.

Mr. Maturin is a blind man who lived in this house. There were rocks inside of the house so he could stay dry. He lived close to the road and water would run through the house when it rained. After waiting a couple of years, Mr. Maturin now has this new house. In addition to keeping him dry, he and his family are better protected during hurricane season.

This is one of the next houses to be replaced. A grandmother recently lost her daughter and had to give up her grandchildren because she does not have room for them. This is the inside of the house in the previous picture. On one surprise visit, there were six people sleeping in this space. Our goal is to raise $10,000 to replace this house and reunite the family.

This is another house to be replaced as donations are raised. When asked about surviving last year's hurricanes, the owner said they moved to the strong part of the house.