Photos from Your Child's Camp in Haiti

Summer camp in Haiti was a little different this year. 
Camp was originally scheduled for July. However, when the Haitian government proposed a hike in gas prices, people started rioting. The Venture team that was going to help our staff run summer camp had to cancel their trip, and camp was postponed. 

If You Believe: Seeing God’s Power in Haiti

Cassia Burke, former COTN staff writer, recently took her first trip to Haiti as COTN's Haiti country liaison. While there, she witnessed God at work, and she was kind enough to write down her experience and share it with us.

(HA) Baseline study for Haiti WASH Project

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Clean water is essential for life. But many children in the Caribbean communities COTN serves have to go without this basic necessity. 

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Wordless Wednesday: Happy Valentine's Day

It’s a day to celebrate love—whether it’s romantic love, familial love, or friendship. And we want to celebrate all the ways you share God’s love with children in need.

As a small thank-you, here are some adorable photos straight from our heart to yours! Happy Valentine’s Day!

How You're Helping Lead Children in Haiti to Christ

Teaching through the Life on Life children’s curriculum wasn’t a natural step for Serge Joseph, COTN’s Village Partnership Program coordinator in Haiti. When it came to Bible studies, the elementary-age children he worked with were used to hearing sermons and lectures, not sitting in groups, hearing stories, and participating in discussion or hands-on activities.

Photos from Your Child's Christmas Party in Haiti

Thanks to you, COTN children around the globe were able to have Christmas parties! In Haiti, on December 22, 150 people gathered to celebrate the birth of Jesus. The party included Village Partnership Program (VPP) children, parents, volunteers, staff, and our Hands on Haiti children

Hands on Haiti: Eight Years After the Earthquake

In 2010, a devastating earthquake hit Haiti. COTN was already serving in the Dominican Republic. The need was right on our doorstep.

This became the beginning of COTN–Haiti and COTN’s Hands on Haiti ministry.

Photos from Your Child’s Summer Camp in Haiti

Thank you for joining the team of people who made summer camps possible this year for children in Haiti! The donations you and other sponsors gave through our special Easter card fundraiser earlier this year provided the resources needed to make summer camps a special time for the children.

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How Well Do You Know Haiti? (Fun Quiz)

1. The Haitian flag is full of symbolism. The blue and red stripes represent the African heritage and multi-ethnic backgrounds of the population. The coat of arms symbolizes the willingness and ability of Haiti’s people to fight for their country and their freedom. And the scroll is inscribed with L’Union Fait La Force, which means. . . .

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