meeting their needs spiritually, physically, academically and emotionally
With your donation of $29 each month, you will be joining with other sponsors to make it possible for us to rescue orphans, feed, clothe, and provide life-saving medical care and shelter to many needy children.
The Danita’s Children Medical Center provides primary medical and dental care to Ouanaminthe and the surrounding region. Patients will not only receive physical and medical care, but an opportunity to experience the love of Christ.
Over 500 people from Ouanaminthe and neighboring villages, attend weekly services at the Hope for Haiti Worship Center where they receive the message of love, hope, spiritual growth, and healing.
Danita’s Children is working to break the cycle of poverty and illiteracy by giving children the priceless gift of knowledge and equipping them to be the leaders of tomorrow.
Danita’s Children works with the parents of sick and malnourished children to assist and educate in the most fragile months of life.
Danita’s Children provides 16,000 meals per month through the Feeding Program to children who would otherwise face malnutrition.
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The Danita's Children Medial Center opened its doors and began to operate on an outpatient basic. We hired our first doctor and dentist, Dr. Francois and Dr. Pierre, and had medical teams come and serve several hundred members from within the community. Out baby rescue program was able to expand with our new medical facilities, and offer many children and families a renewed sense of hope with treatment for malnutrition.
Yesterday was a day that I will never forget. I received an urgent phone call at 7 o'clock in the morning. One of our teenage boys, Davidson, was having an asthma attack; he was unconscious and not responding to the treatment that was being provided. It was a terrifying experience to enter our medical center and watch as the nurse administered CPR.
She arrives to work each day with a smile on her face. But it wasn’t always that way.
As a single mother of five Moviette knows hardship. She has spent her entire life struggling to provide for herself. When she was just a child, both of her parents passed away and she was sent to live with a family as a “restavek,” a creole word that means modern day slave. She didn’t believe that one person in her life ever loved her.