This kid turns 9 today! Happy Birthday B!! B has endless energy and is one of the most competitive kids at the crèche. He loves to be in on the action and play any sport with his older “brothers and sisters.” We love this kid and pray for a year of blessings ahead! ... See MoreSee Less
C4C’s mission is to uplift Haitian communities from survival towards stability and onto sustainability through our work in: orphan care, education, feeding programs, medical / dental care, church / community development, livelihood training, and economic programs for women – all which demonstrate and share God’s love.
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Happy 3rd Birthday to sweet little L! This girl has come a long way. She has gained so much strength and is developing well despite dealing with challenges in growth as a baby/toddler. She loves to play with the other toddlers and is the best cuddler. 🥰 God has great plans in store for this little one! ... See MoreSee Less
The crèche kids are SO excited to be back in school again!!! Can you tell? 😁
It has been 6 months since they have been able to attend school, but we are incredibly grateful for our crèche tudor, Regy, who helped the kids with their schoolwork over this time period. We have 2 kids attending school for the first time! They are excited for the year ahead! 💙 ... See MoreSee Less
Hey C4C fam - especially those of you in the medical field - Zel Haiti is getting ready to launch a line of fun, patterned scrub tops. Would you take a second to fill out this survey and let them know which patterns you like best?? ... See MoreSee Less
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16 children and 9 adults traveled from our Southern village of Derrière Puit to be seen by our doctors and nurses.
The first child pictured had a major burn, but was able to be treated by Pastor Drines because of an emergency training he had been a part of in Kenscoff with all of our pastors in addition to a first aid training (thank you Roxanne!). We love knowing that these trainings have been helpful for our pastors who do not have doctors nearby they can go to in order to treat wounds and other cases.
The remaining kids have major skin infections that have spread. 3 of the children seen were also diagnosed as malnourished, and our pastors agreed to send them to Middle Ground Haiti, a malnutrition center we parter with. Dr. Augustin reported that one of these children, a 14 month-old baby, has psychomotor delays, including the beginnings of autism. She will be transferred to another hospital in Port-au-Prince.
We are incredibly grateful that these villagers were able to make it safely to Kenscoff to get treated despite the ongoing unrest in Haiti. We also recognize the incredible work being done by our medical staff, who work so diligently with and care so deeply for the patients they treat. 🙏 ... See MoreSee Less