Haiti: Reduce Cholera and diarrhea in children

 
$11,151
$0
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Nov 11, 2013

Haiti Programs Update (October 2013)

The volunteers to the MTI-Advantage Program keep the program rolling…. Pictured below is Diane Denham, a member of First Presbyterian Church in Chattanooga and employee of a shoe store. She collects very lightly used and new athletic shoes and ships them to Haiti for our use in the artificial limb/brace shop and with other needy clients to the clinic. She helps with clothing as needed, too…. Part of the responsibilities of the MTI-Advantage Program Director, June Hanks, is to share the news of what God is doing through the program and invite others to participate. Below is a picture of June presenting at First Centenary United Methodist Church and to a Sunday school class of adults with special needs who donated money and made personal cards for people in Haiti…  June is with long-term volunteer, Jim Rogers, an artificial limb and brace maker who has helped to construct all three of the shops for the Advantage Program. Thanks Jim!

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Katie Carroll

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Portland, Oregon United States

Where is this project located?

Map of Haiti: Reduce Cholera and diarrhea in children