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Over the past few years Haiti has experienced an unprecedented time of political instability, gang violence, daily kidnappings, fuel shortage and severe lack of food.  In 2021 we prioritized emergency funding to feed the elderly and most vulnerable in the community.

At the beginning of 2022 PiFò Haiti was approached by the local police requesting our help with feeding the inmates at the prison who were at risk of starvation. There is no social programming that provides food or basic necessities in the prisons or hospitals.. The families need to rely on each other to bring food and clean clothes. Food prices have more than doubled in the past year, making it impossible for families to bring food. PiFò Haiti began providing rice, beans and oil to start a small food program at the prison.

In January 2023, we were gifted funds to support the vision of a young man living in the Saline (salt flats) for 12 months. Joseph saw the rise in malnutrition and starvation in his neighbourhood, which is an area well-known for housing, "the poorest of the poor".The funding will end in 2024, please consider financially supporting Joseph and his family and keep the program running. 

"For these children it will likely be the only meal they eat today. Their parents are very grateful we can help. Without this program students fall asleep in class and cannot concentrate because they are too hungry. Providing them with food helps them learn more."

~Pastor Paul Mevoir, School Director

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