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Located in the Caribbean, Haiti is on the western half of the island of Hispaniola. It is home to 11.5 million people and is the poorest country in the Western hemisphere. Discovered by Christopher Columbus in 1492, Haiti gained its independence from France in 1804 and became the first independent black country in the world. Roughly 60% of the population lives below the poverty line.



Mission of Hope provides education, medical care, and nutrition to hundreds of thousands of people in Haiti every year. We also partner with local churches to serve local communities through our Church Advancement ministry. Our medical care includes vision, dental, prosthetics, outpatient, and urgent care, as well as vaccinations, HIV prevention, and community health education. Our schools provide students with a quality, Christ-centered education and daily nutritious meals. Other education opportunities include the Technical School, Farm School and Seeds Program. Our disaster relief efforts provided life saving support after the 2010 earthquake, as well as after numerous hurricanes, and more recently through COVID-19 food distribution, sanitation stations, and prevention education.


At the forefront of our medical outreach program is providing education on COVID-19: how it is spread, prevention, and proper screening. Over 30,000 people have already received our COVID training. The education pamphlets that we provide in Haiti have been translated into Spanish and are being used in our two Spanish speaking countries, the Dominican Republic and Guatemala, as well.

In addition to offering education classes, we have been able to install hand washing stations in our partner villages, allowing for proper hygiene...


A couple of years ago, Pastor Siranord's wife became pregnant with their first child but then became very sick. The doctor explained that it was because of the water she was drinking. A few churches partnered with Mission of Hope to install a clean water station in his village of Source Matelas.

After drinking that water, she went back to the doctor, and the disease was completely stopped. The doctor told Pastor Siranord, "Even after the baby is born, keep giving her this water." That same doctor who saw his wife now comes to buy the same water. Pastor Siranord loves to go through his village telling people not only about this water but also about the living water found in Jesus Christ.

Jean Marc Devarier has officially graduated from Southwestern Christian University. Jean Marc has worked hard to overcome many difficult challenges in his life, but God has given him the grace, talent, and perseverance to succeed.

After his mom passed away in Haiti in 2006, he moved to Mission of Hope’s Village of Hope orphanage at our Titanyen campus and instantly became a leader among his peers. At 19, he was offered a scholarship to study at Southwestern Christian University and moved to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma to pursue a degree in Biblical Studies...