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Haiti

Haiti is the poorest country in the Western hemisphere with a population of over 10 million and 80% live in poverty. Eight out of every 100 children die before they reach their 5th birthday. There are more than 420,000 orphans in Haiti. School fees in Haiti prohibitively expensive, therefore the literacy rate in Haiti is just 50%.

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Uganda

Northern Uganda has been devastated by years of War, AIDS, and Poverty. Over 2 million children below the age of 15 have lost one or both parents to this devastation. Without help these children will have little hope for the future; growing up without food, shelter, or an education. Fortunately, a man with a vision of hope for these children established "Acres of Hope, Uganda".

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World of God provides young people with a quality education that shapes their future, enables their success and transforms their communities. Through education, World of God envisions a future in which its students graduate with the skills needed to foster local sustainability, alleviate severe poverty and restore community prosperity.

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Uganda

Hands to serve, Hearts to love ...
Acres of Hope, Uganda
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September 12 - 22, 2015 Uganda Trip

West UMC, Williamsons Chapel UMC and World of God will join together for this trip. We will spend time with the children, house moms, teachers and Pastor Geoffrey at Acres of Hope; introducing the 7 Habits of The Leader in Me Program, building relationships between children and U.S. sponsors and just having fun! We would love for you to prayerfully consider joining us. 

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Haiti

The Woman On The Mountain
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People often ask me why I go to Haiti.  Ive never been able to adequately answer this question and am not sure that I ever will.  The experiences Ive had in Haiti have shaped my life in ways that I cannot explain.  One of these experiences involves old friends, new friends and one special woman I met for the first time on Sunday, January 19, 2014.  Seven of us left after church to hike to Fort de Bayonnais, which is the fort you see off in the distance on the mountain top behind the church in Bayonnais.  For this hike, we had four Americans and three Haitian friends for the journey, including two brothers; Olguens and Fegens Saint-Louis who have both become family to several of us over the years.

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