God's Littlest Angels Inc

God's Littlest Angels is dedicated to helping the children and families of Haiti by providing intensive nursery care for premature, malnourished, and abandoned children. We will assist in seeking outside help for children needing surgical or medical treatment not available in Haiti. We will also assist in placing abandoned children with adoptive families. We will provide education to children who cannot afford to go to school through a sponsorship program. We will provide teachers and schooling for the children in the orphanage so that they also will receive an education. Our purpose is to help the children of Haiti in any way we can and to spread the word of God to each person we serve.
Oct 27, 2014

We Are Moving!

Our New Home
Our New Home

Land has been purchased in Fort Jacques where a new orphanage will be built for the children. A multi-stage plan is underway to build an orphanage large enough to house all of the children from newborn to our oldest kids. The new facility will include the orphanage, pharmacy, classrooms, playrooms, guesthouse and volunteer quarters, office and storage complex, and homes for the staff. 

The first phase of building is almost completed. The toddler houses are up and the school house is finished. We are very excited that we are able to move the older children to their new homes on by the 1st of December!

How does this effect our water use?

As of now we pay $ 60 USD per truck load of water with the new property further up the mountain we are charged a higher rate of $70 due to the extra travel cost. Since we live in the mountains, it has proved impossible to drill a well for water so all water must be bought and then brought by truck to the orphanage.

So more than ever we need your help with our water bill.

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Thank you for taking the time to read the update and support us.

 

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Aug 6, 2014

Story from the nursery

This beautiful little girl, who I will call Lande came to us in mid April. We believe she was a little over a year old on arrival. At just 12 lbs 10 oz, Lande had obvious signs of severe malnutrition. She was treated right away and we slowly increased her food intake in her beginning days here. We thought for sure she would turn around quickly and she did well for about the first week... and then that's when it happened, her organs started failing. Her abdominal organs were palpable, she struggled to breath, she grimaced and gritted her teeth in pain, and then she become non-responsive to stimulation. For over one week, she was touch and go. On multiple IV antibiotics, respiratory treatments, and oxygen supplementation. Deep down, I truly thought we were going to lose this little one. Many of the nurses and nannies would hold her and try to comfort her and she fought for her life. Day after day she continued to fight. Day after day she got a little bit better. Day after day Jesus touched and healed her frail body. It is now three and half months later and beautiful Lande is bright and full of joy. She is now over 19 lbs and lights up the nursery with her beautiful smile, fun personality, and those deep, amazing dimples! We are so thankful for God's healing hand and we thank you for all your prayers. Way to go Lande!

 

Lande is doing so well, your gift of formula has allowed her to go from just surviving to thriving! The flight in this young girl is undeniable. We thank you for giving her the gift of life through formula!

Aug 1, 2014

Rainy Season Over

Where does the water go
Where does the water go

Rainy Season Over

 

With the raining season behind us and summer in full swing our water truck deliveries are back on the on the rise. Over the four properties we average about 50 trucks a month. That water covers not only drinking but the precious water is used for cooking, making formula for our sickest malnourished children, laundry, and keeping the orphanage clean.

 

We have added some new photos with this update showing the chain of people it takes to get the water from a truck to the children. It all starts with a honk of the water truck’s horn as they arrive at the gate, hoses rolled out, and pumps running loudly while our water tanks are filled.  The water then goes through our filtration system, bottled, and taken to the designated areas for drinking, where igloos are filled for the older children and bottles filled our babies. 

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