Our girls home received a new girl Our girls home received a new girl. But she is already so familiar to us. Her name is Feodin, who we brought to Korea and received heart surgery this year. Feodin’s mother passed away when she was little and her father left her… Continue reading Our girls home received a new girl
Fadoule Nalis, 25 years old is one of the first children accepted in our AGAPE center. Before that, he was a street child who spent his time wandering in the city of Port-au-Prince, doing little tasks to serve people as a mean to find his daily bread. He used to… Continue reading From the street life to shopkeeper, a new beginning for Fadoule Nalis.
With the project “Saving Lives”, Missionary Helen KIM offered this year, six (6) Haitian children the opportunity to travel to South Korea in order to undergo major heart surgeries. This trip was made possible with the financial support of our partners in “Saving lives Project”, “Daniel Prayer Meeting” and “Samsung… Continue reading Haitian children who went to South Korea to undergo heart surgeries are back home.
For weeks now, clashes between armed gangs have been occurring repeatedly, with people fleeing their homes and families in an attempt to save their lives. Most of the population is terrorized by armed criminal gangs. Kidnappings, embezzlement, exactions, destruction of public property are repeated, not to mention the risk of… Continue reading 2 HAITIAN CHILDREN FLEEING ARMED CONFLICT IN THEIR COMMUNITY ARE WELCOMED IN AGAPE
According to World Health Organization “cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) are the leading cause of death globally. An estimated 17.9 million people died from CVDs, representing 32% of all global deaths. Of these deaths, 85% were due to heart attack and stroke. Over three quarters of CVD deaths take place in low-… Continue reading 6 Haitian children with heart disease traveled to Korea for surgery.