A shelter house for dislocated families in Haiti

by Children for Christ Inc.

Summary

The 2010 earthquake has displaced a myriad of families in Haiti. Many families are still at the mercy of churches and non profit groups. Our organization has helped tremendously in this regards. This project is to secure this house to provide shelter to about 10 to 12 families dislocated by MATTHEW. Our organization has received the green light from a Church to renovate this house and use it long term to benefit the dislocated families in Petit Goave. Need: roof, doors, windows, unit dividers
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Challenge

As a result of hurricane Matthew, dozens of family in lower part of Pertit Goave, with children are displaced. These families were not home owner. They dwelt in a public shelter house. That was also the home of several homeless young adult male.

Solution

A quick renovation of this building will provide a roof for these individuals. The project will benefit about twelve families and a dozen homeless young men. This project will allow the organization to provide meal and clothing as a relief effort for quite sometimes.

Long-Term Impact

It will respond to some of impossibilities and worries dumped by hurricane MATTHEW

Resources

http:/​/​www.cfchrist.org

Organization Information

Children for Christ Inc.

Location: Lake Grove, NY - USA
Website: http:/​/​www.cfchrist.org
Project Leader:
Jules Faustin
Chairman & CEO
Lake Grove, NY United States

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