Feeding Programs

Millions of Haitians are food insecure.

According to a 2018 report from Unicef 982,000 people face a severe food shortage problem in Haiti. An estimated 39,000 children under 5 will have an acute malnutrition incident in 2019.

Chances for Children partners with 13 Arche de L’Alliance Churches throughout Haiti with feeding programs and has 2-other feeding programs in Kenscoff. In addition 6-other schools, churches, orphanages are supported by supplying them with Feed My Starving Children food packets.

Using Feed My Starving Children’s food, ~4,700 children are now receiving a hot meal and safe drinking water three times per week.

A sustainable, low water farming program was started in Massikot in 2018. The results are encouraging and a ‘Year 2′ program has been identified. Additionally, plans are to expand this program to another site in 2019 which will include 3-church families in the Jacmel area.

Mobile Water Filters

Over >1,000 mobile water filters have been given out to the communities of Haiti. These water filters have helped >1,500 families have access to clean water every day.