Provide nutritious and affordable meals to 1,000 people in the community of Cabaret, Haiti
We are Remar, a Christian organization with 40 years of experience in 70 countries. Our mission is to “be present and support comprehensive actions that allow, through community development work, to gradually emerge from the situation of poverty and exclusion caused by social, economic, and political crises.”
Remar Haiti was founded in 2005, and we have worked with the population in a situation of social vulnerability, supporting them with basic social services, schooling, training, and food security in Port-au-Prince.
Currently, the violence generated by armed groups, the economic slowdown, and the climate-related effects continue to cause high levels of hunger in Haiti. The 2023 Global Report on Food Crises indicates that Haiti is one of the 9 countries facing the risk of starvation, and it is among the 5 countries with more than 10% of the population in Emergency, 4.35 million Haitians in acute food insecurity.
In this situation, Remar Haiti launches the project “Feeding Life,” an emergency community dining room that will provide nutritious and affordable meals to 1,000 people for 1 year, especially vulnerable groups such as children, the elderly, and low-income people in the Cabaret community.
The total budget for the project is $49,000, which will be used to purchase food and supplies for the dining room.
We are convinced that this project will have a positive impact on the lives of people in Haiti, especially children and young people.
Your donation will help ensure that these people have access to nutritious food, nutritional education, and opportunities to improve their living conditions.
There are many ways to donate to Remar. You can make a single donation, set up a recurring monthly donation, or offer your time as a volunteer.
Thank you for your consideration. Together, we can make a difference in the lives of the children and young people of Haiti.
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