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CELEBRATING...

1200

BABIES BORN AT THE MATERNITY CENTER

GIVING THANKS FOR...

51

HAITIANS EMPLOYED EACH DAY

INVESTING IN...

309

STUDENTS AT THE EDUCATION CENTER

Maternal Health

Giving birth in Haiti is extremely dangerous for most women and girls. Haiti tragically has the highest rates of maternal and infant mortality in the Western Hemisphere. We are working to change this reality.

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Economic Empowerment

Empowering Haitians with education and income-generating skills to catalyze economic development and break the chronic cycle of poverty.

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Education

Forced to choose between meeting basic survival necessities and sending their children to school, many families cannot afford the cost of education. Our sponsorship program gives materially poor children the opportunity to attend school.

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Community Outreach

The Heartline Outreach and Discipleship ministry was established in response to the direction of Jesus in Matthew 25:35-40 to feed the hungry, clothe the stranger, and visit the sick and imprisoned as prioritized ways of ministering in the name of Jesus.

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Heartline’s Outreach Team lives out the call from Jesus in Matthew 25. This Haitian-led team ministers to some of the most marginalized individuals in Haiti by extending relationship and care to the elderly, children with special needs, and incarcerated men, women, and boys.

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It's been a busy week at the Heartline Maternity Center in Haiti. Thank you for your generous support of families in Haiti. You are making an impact!

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"Despite Haiti's relatively low COVID-19 infection rate, its poverty and inadequate health care system are creating a public health emergency. The first vaccines arrived only this week." https://t.co/zEsNSqsruk



"The crisis is further evidenced by the fact that during the first three months of 2021, approximately 10% of all reported cases in the Americas occurred in Haiti, despite the island-nation having less than 1% of the region’s population."
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