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12 hours ago

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We have had our feeding program in the remote village of Massikot for nearly 7 years, and we currently feed 640 kids. The kids in Massikot have come a long way over the years, we are so grateful for the nutrition being given to so many kids who were malnourished. We have also implemented a backyard farming and goat program for 150 families, providing sustainability and more nutrients for the village.#chancesforchildren #KeepingFamiliesTogether #hopeforhaiti #villagework #Sustainability #feedingkids #nourishingfamilies #villagework #agriculture #endpoverty #breakingthecycle ... See MoreSee Less
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“Joy runs deeper than despair.” – Corrie Ten BoomC4C is directly impacting 9,400 Haitians through job provision, feeding programs, medical care, sustainability work, orphan care, church ministry, and more. We are spreading the love and joy of God across the 14 communities we work in!#espwa #hope #hopeforHaiti #keepingfamiliestogether #chancesforchildren #opportunity #endpoverty #breakingthecycle #villagework #14communities ... See MoreSee Less
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Drip down, O heavens, from above,And let the clouds pour down righteousness;Let the earth open up and salvation bear fruit,And righteousness spring up with it.I, the Lord, have created it.• Isaiah 45:8 •#BonDimanch #happysunday #SundayScripture #hopeforhaiti #mònbèl #beautifulmountains #PrayForHaiti📷 PC: Reserve Ecologique Wynne Farm - Wynne Farm Ecological Reserve ... See MoreSee Less
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• Family Friday • Meet Rosela and her family!Rosela is Zel Haiti’s Product Manager and has worked for Zel for over 3 years. She is a vital part of our team and a clear leader amongst the women. She is married with 4 children (1 not pictured). Rosela is a very skilled seamstress and is a creative problem solver. Rosela’s husband is a local artist and between the two of them, they have been able to afford to send all four of their children to school. She has big dreams for her children. Rosela’s goal for the near future is to save up enough money to buy some land and begin building their own home. Rosela has made a huge impact on our program with her positivity and efforts, we are grateful to have her as part of our C4C family!#womensempowerment #Zel #wings #familyFriday #chancesforchildren #keepingfamiliestogether #jobprovision #fairtrade #medicalscrubs #manager #endpoverty #breakingthecycle ... See MoreSee Less
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“Everything that is done in the world is done by hope.” – Martin LutherC4C is helping keep families together and providing greater opportunities for children, one child, one family, one community at a time. #espwa #hope #hopeforHaiti #keepingfamiliestogether #chancesforchildren #opportunity #endpoverty #breakingthecycle #villagework #14communities ... See MoreSee Less
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C4C employs 160 Haitian staff, including pastors who are trained, mentored and supported to lead their communities from the stages of survival and stability to sustainability. Pastor Anorphe and Pastor Lionel (pictured) lead the church and rural village of Massikot, the most rural village we support high in the mountains outside Mirebalais. They do an incredible job pastoring, leading our feeding and agriculture programs, setting examples for the community, supporting the needs of the villagers especially through prayer, and so much more. We recognize their efforts and all of our village pastors and leaders in their incredible work, especially during this demanding time. 🙏#chancesforchildren #KeepingFamiliesTogether #leadingbyexample #pastors #villagework #jobprovision #communityleaders #endpoverty #breakingthecycle #EmpoweringCommunities #Sustainability #weremovingcloser ... See MoreSee Less
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“The Lord your God in your midst, the Mighty One, will save; He will rejoice over you with gladness, He will quiet you with His love, He will rejoice over you with singing.”• Zephaniah 3:17 •#bondimanch #happySunday #SundayScripture #chancesforchildren #keepingfamiliestogether #prayforHaiti ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

Chances for Children
We are still conducting the nutrition program at our pediatric medical clinic every other Friday. We are following the Covid-19 guidelines, as the Covid cases and deaths are currently on the rise in Haiti. This nutrition program is vital for the families and children we support, as many of the kids are malnourished. Nurse Nadia trains a few families at a time while maintaining social distance. Families learn the nutritional content of foods in their everyday diet and how to create nutrient rich meals. We are grateful that we can continue this program for the families that are in deep need of added nutrients and health education! 🍅🥕#medicalclinic #nutritionprogram #healtheducation #chancesforchildren #KeepingFamiliesTogether #endpoverty #breakingthecycle #educationispower #foodismedicine ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

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• Family Friday •Meet Elimene and her sweet family. Elimene is Zel Haiti’s employee manager and has worked for Zel Haiti as a seamstress since its inception in 2015. Elimene is married and a mother to 5 beautiful children (2 not pictured). Her youngest is 17 and has severe special needs, but has such a beautiful heart and smile. Elimene is a wonderful mother and a hard worker. Elimene’s husband is a well known and successful gardener in Kenscoff. Before working for Zel, Elimene sewed school uniforms from her home on her treadle machine. Elimene is so grateful for the job with Zel Haiti because it has allowed her to send her older children to the University in Haiti. She wants to empower them to have a different future than the challenging life she experienced before being employed by Zel. She brings a whole lot of joy and determination to our program!www.zelhaiti.com#chancesforchildren #keepingfamiliestogether #ZelHaiti #employment #fairtrade #medicalscrubs #empowerment #empoweringwomen #jobprovision #jobstability #endpoverty #breakingthecycle #hopeforHaiti ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

Chances for Children
In Haiti, these jugs are carried around to fill with potable water, but only if families have enough money for and access to clean water. Often times, Haitians have to walk a long distance to transport this water to and from their homes. The majority of Haiti’s population does not have access to clean water and roughly 80% of all diseases in Haiti are waterborne (borgenproject.org).C4C has distributed nearly 1,000 water bucket filters to provide clean drinking water to our 14 villages. What a difference this has made in the health and well being of the villagers we support. #chancesforchildren #keepingfamiliestogether #cleanwater #preventingdisease #waterforHaiti #villagework ... See MoreSee Less
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