Haiti is a Caribbean nation situated on the western portion of the island of Hispaniola. Haiti's rich cultural heritage, characterized by vibrant music, art, and history, stands in stark contrast to the numerous hardships the country faces. Persistent challenges include extreme poverty, political instability, natural disasters, and limited access to healthcare and education. HEART remains dedicated to alleviating these pressing issues in Haiti and offering hope to its resilient population.
TABARRE CHRISTIAN ACADEMY
Tabarre Christian Academy is a Pre-K - 9th school in the Tabarre area of Port-au-Prince. Students learn English, math, science, history, social studies, Creole, French, and the Bible. The smaller children learn socialization skills and enjoy hands-on learning experiences like "Fruit Day."
HEART's focus at Tabarre is funding teacher salaries. The greatest barrier to education in the area is finding qualified teachers who will commit to teaching. HEART and TCA strive to ensure our teachers receive fair compensation that allows them to care for their own families and needs. This in turn, benefits the children, local families, and the Tabarre area.
Avenel Clersaint is the pastor of Tabarre Christian Church in Tabarre, Haiti. Avenel works tirelessly caring for his congregation, preaching, training new ministers, and planting new churches. He and his wife, Myrlene, have three children. Myrlene runs Tabarre Christian Academy, which shares space with Tabarre Christian Church.
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The town of Cavaillon is located in south west Haiti near Highway 2, which connects Port au Prince and the city of Les Cayes as well as many towns and villages along the way.
Pastors Luc Aristhene and Avenel Clersaint have overseen the planting of the new church and, thanks to the generosity of God's people, it is growing and thriving. An additional plot of land was secured for future expansion.
Luc Aristhene pastors the Terre-Noire Christian Church in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Terre-Noire has been through several expansions and currently has an average attendance of 1100 for Sunday morning services. In addition to their robust worship services, Bible studies, and various groups that meet, the church is very active in its own mission outreach. Busloads of church members travel into remote villages spreading the Gospel message. Luc and his wife, Louisa, have two children, LJ and Gloria.
Korekipe is a cross-cultural mission dedicated to providing Christian education and inspiration to individuals in Haiti and the United States. Its name, derived from Haitian Creole words "korek" (correct) and "ekipe" (equipping), encapsulates their mission to properly equip and outfit individuals, ministry teams, and churches for Kingdom work. Korekipe operates solely through the grace of God and the support of generous donors. Your donations enable them to bring hope, education, and encouragement to those in need, making a real impact in Kingdom work.
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