Click here to donate to the Feeding & Education Project.
The children we are working with need food, education, clean drinking water, medical care, clothes, decent shelter, and spiritual formation..
Since the earthquake, the number of children in the feeding program has more than doubled. Currently 450 children living in Mirebalais receive a nourishing hot … Read more >>
SAES : Solidarity and Action for the Children of Zion
In 2009, HMP opened a residence that serves orphaned and at-risk children. Many of the children came to the house from the Azile Communale in Mirebalais, some are children on the streets, and some are referred by Haitian agencies and require immediate assistance. The children … Read more >>
The Azile Communale is a facility in Mirebalais that houses people of all ages living in extreme poverty. Originally built by President Aristide to house the handicapped, it has become a place to live for the most destitute and hopeless people. People living in the Azile suffer from severe deprivation of basic human needs, including … Read more >>
In late 2010, after the January 2010 earthquake, the rivers in Haiti became contaminated with cholera. The United Nations has since stated that they are responsible for the cholera disaster. Clean water became an increasingly hard resource to find. In September 2011, Haiti Micah Project (HMP) completed a water project in Mirebalais. The water project … Read more >>
Click here to donate to the Vocational School Project.
The HMP is committed to the long-term development of Haiti and its people, a country plagued with high levels of unemployment, a lack of access to education, and a population whose mean age is 22. Currently over 200 young adults and older adolescents at HMP … Read more >>
Haiti Micah Project has acquired a plot of land in Mirebalais. Currently the land must be surveyed and preliminary designs for an initial phase for a 40-bed facility are being developed.
Future Orphanage Site… Read more >>
In 2013, as a result of a generous annual individual donation, 10 children, preschool and kindergarten age, will be funded for school each year until they complete 8th grade. The group includes 3 boys and 7 girls, who attend a variety of schools in the area. This program recognizes the importance of early childhood intervention … Read more >>