Kids for Kids in Haiti
About This Mission Project
For many parents in Haiti today, education is the only safe way to give their children the chance to get out of poverty. But jobs are hard to come by, so it can be hard to provide even basics like food and medication, much less tuition and school supplies.
The Haitian Baptist Convention created the baby goat (kid) project to help families earn the income they need to pay for school. Children can help raise baby goats and then sell the adults or their offspring, which brings in money for tuition, uniforms and more.
- $50 provides one child with a goat.
- $100 provides two children with a goat each.
- $250 provides five goats.
- $500 provides 10 goats to 10 families in need.
Mission Project Specifics
International Ministries seeks to raise $36,750 to purchase more than 630 goats to distribute to school age children in poor villages throughout northern Haiti.
The purpose of the project is to have the children raise the goats, sell the offspring and use the proceeds to purchase school uniforms, books and shoes and to pay tuition.
The project will be managed by missionary Nzunga Mabudiga. It is anticipated that this project will give hundreds of Haitian children a chance at a better future through education and also improve the economic hopes of their communities.
Connect to This Mission Project
- Please pray with Nzunga Mabudiga and the children who participate in this project that they will be a testimony to others as they tell their story and encourage many to come to Christ.
- Your donations make this mission project possible.
- To donate by check, write Kids for Kids/Nzunga on the memo line and mail to International Ministries, PO Box 851, Valley Forge, PA 19482-0851.
- Share this information with others in your community and in your church family.
- For more information, contact Chris Marziale.
In the picture above…
Veterinarians from the United States treat the goats in the Kids for Kids project. Healthy, well cared for goats can produce numerous offspring. In just five years, 10 goats could become 400!