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11 hours ago

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Meet Mdm Pierre, she is married with two young kids and has been working for C4C for 5 years now. Last year, she became one of the guesthouse cook but prior to that she was a nanny at the crèche. She was a wonderful nanny and the children miss her however, she visits them often. We are so blessed that we can help her pursue her true passion, cooking. She completed schooling to become a chef and now she has the opportunity to enjoy serving teams with wonderful Haitian cuisine! We are blessed to have her work for C4C!
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3 days ago

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Thank you Eugene for supporting Chances for Children so enthusiastically last night! What a party! Thanking Jesus for how he richly blessed us through you! ❤️🙏🏼 ... See MoreSee Less

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Today is National Flag Day in Haiti. A major holiday celebrating with pride independence from slavery. You can show your support by wearing red and blue today! ... See MoreSee Less

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6 days ago

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150 more life saving water filters were delivered to the Churches in the Artibonite area of Haiti this week. Desdunes, Model, Hatte Chevreau, Gonaives and St Michel De L'Atalaye all received 30 filters. Thanks Ps Montclair for getting them to the Churches, assembling them, and training the families how to use them. ... See MoreSee Less

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We have wonderful news from Dr. Muscadin. His license is FINALLY ready for pick up!
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He was brought on as an intern, working at the clinic under Dr. Augustin, in the fall of 2015. He attended medical school in the Dominican Republic and once he moved back to Haiti there was a long process of getting recognized as a physician under Haitian law. He also had to do a year of community service at a nearby health center.
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Thankfully, we were able to offer him a job during the week, while he dedicated his weekends to earning his Haitian license.
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It’s been a long journey for him but we are so pleased with his work for C4C. In June, we will be able to officially contract Dr. Muscadin and put him on salary. Woohooo!
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1 week ago

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When traveling to Haiti with C4C you get to see the different beautiful places this country offers. Our guesthouse is up in the mountains of Kenscoff. When traveling to our feeding programs you drive through the overpopulated city of Port au Prince, up the coast of the island and through the rice fields of the Artibonit region. ... See MoreSee Less

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We celebrated the mothers that work so hard in our women empowerment programs recently. About 90 mamas, kids, and spouses joined the party!! 🎉 They LOVED sack races—even the big kids and mamas joined in the fun that induced hysterical laughter!! 😆

Supporting these mamas effects about 120+ people!

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Happy Mother's Day to all the mommas out there. Whether you are a Mom who supports our work, a birth mom of one of our creche children or an adoptive mom - today is a day to honor and thank you!!! Moms make this world a kinder place.. ... See MoreSee Less

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These two have been with us almost a year already! They have grown physically and emotionally. Thanking God for sponsors that have a heart to reflect His love by caring for the children of Haiti. If you'd like to be a sponsor - visit www.chances4children.org/sponsorship-children ... See MoreSee Less

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