Haiti Micah Project is celebrating the building of our much needed new kitchen!   Winds and rain from Hurricane Matthew devastated our makeshift kitchen that fed thousands of meals.

Thanks to our very generous donors, the new kitchen is becoming a reality.  The structure is next to the vocational training center.  It will have two floors, with dining upstairs.  Cooking will be done on a gas stove, a critical improvement over the charcoal stoves so prevalent in Haiti. A new gas stove will allow for healthier air quality for our staff and children.  Currently 50 million trees are cut down each year to make charcoal for cooking, causing soil erosion and mud landslides.  The new gas stove will allow for healthier air quality for our staff and children and do our part to improve environmental challenges.