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Newsletters

Click one of the links from our recent newsletters below, or select a earlier year from the list on the right.

When I sat down to write this newsletter, I found this was the most difficult newsletters that I've written during our 24 years here in Haiti. We always enjoy telling you about the great things that have been accomplished here at Missions in Haiti, but as you probably know, things here in Haiti today aren't good. Wicked gangs control an estimated 60% of Haiti and there is not a functioning

government ...

I struggled with whether or not to send a newsletter at this time given the worldwide crisis caused by the COVID-19 virus, but I wanted to bring you up-to-date regarding the things going on in Haiti and here at Missions in Haiti. We are holding you up in our prayers, we are asking God to heal America and the world. Please hold Haiti up in your prayers, we now have a small number of confirmed coronavirus cases here. Given the crowded conditions, poor ... 

Since our last newsletter, a lot of things have happened here in Haiti. Inflation has worsened dramatically with the Haitian Gourde losing 20% of its value in just six months! Because of this, living conditions for the average Haitian have gone from very bad to worse as Haitians have 20% less to spend on food and essential items. This is a desperate situation!  Last year, the Haitian government, which sets the price of fuel, announced an increase ...

Greetings from Haiti in the name of Jesus! Please continue to pray for the work here in Haiti. As we mentioned in our last newsletter, the U.S. Department of State raised the travel advisory for Haiti to the highest level, level 4 Red, do not travel. Since that time the travel advisory has been lowered to level 3 Orange. The level 3 advisory states; reconsider travel to Haiti due to crime, civil unrest and kidnapping and as a result, many of the ...  

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