“May the Name of the Lord Jesus continue to be praised for HFH, because we cannot give this kind of service without HFH and its supporters.”
Pastor Delamy shared those words in an email that contained a list of activities from March 17 at the church in Dubedou.
- The central committee of the community health program met together.
- The church at Dubedou was bursting at the seams with people coming for food distribution and the rally post for children. Everyone was cooperative and thankful.
- Madam Elvire and Lawrence were in charge of sharing rice with at least 125 people, including 25 pregnant women.
- Medika Mamba (fortified peanut butter supplement for malnourished children) was distributed to the children already registered in the program.
- Jonathan Joseph, the community health volunteer supervisor for Dubedou and Mammel, and the other volunteers did a wonderful job inviting people in these two communities.
- The Cuban pediatrician, who comes to the Clinic of Hope every Wednesday, was there to screen children for the Medika Mamba program. Twelve severely malnourished children were given follow-up appointments to the Clinic of Hope to see the pediatrician in one week.
- Another rally post is scheduled next week for Finel and Desirée.
- While some staff hosted this event in Dubedou, the rest of the staff were seeing patients, as usual, at the Clinic of Hope.
All of this activity was happening while nearby Gonaives was closed due to demonstrations.
The HFH board is thankful for the leadership team in Terre Blanche and the dedicated staff and volunteers who are making a difference in their neighbor’s lives during these very difficult days in Haiti.
As Pastor Delamy said, “We cannot give this kind of service without HFH and its supporters.”
It is a partnership between those in Haiti and HFH supporters.
Thank you to those who pray and give. This partnership is making a difference!