The Evangelical Covenant Church of Canada (ECCC) is thrilled to share with you a bit more about the work being done with our partners in Haiti. The ECCC has committed both prayer and financial support to three primary projects. It’s our hope that you as individuals and churches would consider giving towards the projects below.
In addition to supporting these projects financially, we would also like to encourage you and your church to plan a visit. Trips continue to serve as opportunities for our Canadian people to grow in their faith as well as understand the unique challenges our sisters and brothers face everyday. It is our hope to make trips to Haiti simple and life transformational for both visitors and the people we serve.
Sante 2000 (Health 2000) Clinic
Sante 2000 is a clinic run by Dr. Manno and specializes in diabetic care. Diabetes in Haiti is a growing epidemic and can often mean death as finding the proper care and Insulin is extremely difficult. Sante 2000 has grown from 60 patients to over 300 in the last 3 years. With the financial help of the ECCC, Dr. Manno and his staff care for people within a 1-2 hour drive of Haute Limbe.
Financial commitment: $24,000 US
The Sarepta Project
The Sarepta Program is a food program for elderly people in Haute Limbe. Each month, food is given to approximately 95 elderly people. The food supplements what they need through out the month. Each Sunday morning, a breakfast is provided to help boost nutrition. Without this care, it is difficult to see how some of these individuals would survive.
Financial commitment: $5,520 US
Petite Anse Feeding Project
Petite Anse is an area in Cap Haitian known as a slum. It is difficult to describe other than to say it’s difficult to imagine living there. The ECCC in partnership with College Park Covenant Church and a team in Haiti provide a rice and beans meal twice a week for approximately 160 children.
Financial commitment: $10,200 US
The Garden Program is an educational training and onsite consultation program with a young woman who is the daughter to one of the Sarepta group members. She has a degree in agriculture and is working to help train local farmers and community members in agricultural practices that will provide fresh produce for their families and the neighbourhood.
Financial commitment: $7,700 US