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Fabiola Chikel is a college student at the University of Quisqueya in Haiti studying pediatrics.Voices from Haiti: Fabiola

Fabiola Chikel studies pediatrics at the University of Quisqueya in Haiti with the help of an International Leadership Development grant. Please support scholarships for students in Haiti with a gift to Advance # 982468.


Recovery and rebuilding in Haiti will take time; gifts will be needed for many months to come.Mission Volunteer Teams from US Now at Work with Haitian Methodists

by Elliott Wright
5/20/10: Fifty-two teams are scheduled through 2010; 26 more await date clearance and  30 have requested dates into 2011.


BabyBirthing Kits Give a Gift of Life

United Methodist Committee on Relief
Women in Haiti-and other countries-are giving birth in conditions far from ideal. Birthing kits provide necessary resources for mothers and infants and are in great demand.


Communities in Haiti find refuge under tents at a nearby basketball court.Methodist-related Groups Form Partnership to Address Haiti Crisis

by Elliott Wright
5/7/10: Education, reconstruction, health, development, evangelism, and Christian education are top priorities.
arrow Lire Communiqué de la Table Ronde Méthodiste Sur Haïti


Bishop Ough walks through a damaged building at Grace Children's Hospital.Church Plans $10.4 Million Project for Haiti

by Linda Bloom
4/15/10: "Helping Haiti Rebuild" will focus on providing housing, rebuilding schools and increasing access to community-based services, including psychological care, water and nutrition, and improving livelihoods.


Haiti EarthquakeHaiti Pilot Project Readied for Mission Volunteers

by Elliott Wright
4/14/10: Volunteer in Mission service in Haiti will focus on housing, health, education, and pastoral services and will involve Haitians as well as others from outside the country.


Strength for the people of Haiti."Collaborating Like Never Before:"
   Global Ministries' Work in Haiti

by Mary Beth Coudal
4/14/10: Coordination, collaboration, and capacity-building are watchwords in the wake of the tremor that killed 250,000 people and decimated thousands of homes and livelihoods.


Bishop Ough walks through a damaged building at Grace Children's Hospital.Global Ministries Reaches Out to the Methodist Church of Haiti

Bishop Bruce Ough, Rev. Jorge Dominguez, and Melissa Hinnen spent part of Holy Week with the head of the Methodist Church of Haiti expressing solidarity with new church leadership and exploring a holistic and long-term relationship.


Sanded smooth and finished with Teak oilHow Prayer Angels Bless La Gonave Island, Haiti

by Shirley Edgerton for New World Outlook
March-April 2010: Poor access to drinking water, transportation, communication, education opportunities, and health care; the people of La Gonave surely need angels.


A woman sells items in front of her makeshift shelter in a camp for homeless families set up on a golf course in Port-au-Prince.Women Seek Vital Role in Haiti Recovery

by Linda Bloom
3/26/10: United Methodists intend to help mobilize recovery and to monitor how aid is being distributed, assuring that women's needs are addressed.


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