Packed with vitamins, minerals, and every nutrient the body needs, the Moringa leaf could eradicate malnutrion.
Pairing children with people who are investing into the future. Sponsorship now equals changed lives forever.
Providing relief and rehabilitation in times of crisis and catastrophe through severe natural disasters and impoverished situations.
Building water filtration systems and latrines to help villages find solutions who otherwise would not have clean water.
Health & Hope for Haiti
Providing medical assistance to children, opportunities for the medical community and a mid-wife program to improve the child mortality rate in Haiti.
Seeking to address the social injustices that plague the people of Haiti everyday through education, advocacy, and collaborative partnerships.
OUR WORK IN HAITI
Over the past 2 years CPR-3 has effectively served people in crisis and poverty in Haiti. It is our goal and aim to breathe life into communities in Haiti through sustainable measures that care for people physically and spiritually.
OUR WORK IN DISASTER RELIEF
CPR-3 specializes in meeting critical needs for victims of disaster. We match resources to needs, personnel to situations, capabilities to opportunities. We serve by merging ministry partners together who are already on the scene of a crisis.Learn More
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As the Assistant Coordinator for Momentum Youth Conference I manage our social media and see a lot of posts...March 7, 2014
As someone who has lived in Haiti for almost a full year now, I want to set the record...March 6, 2014
Today, March 5, is Ash Wednesday which marks the beginning of Lent. Having always attended Reformed churches, I in...March 5, 2014
If we look back to our last blog on sustainability and review the definition, “meeting the needs of the...March 4, 2014
I have been confronted with a word in Haitian Culture that has wrecked me. I love the word awakening...March 3, 2014
I know that this concept of “planting seeds” and “sharing the gospel” is talked about a LOT, some make...February 28, 2014
Yesterday we talked about a slavery to religion, objects and idols and today we want to address another form...February 27, 2014
When I was in Haiti at the beginning of this month, I went to the Iron Market with our...February 26, 2014
Tonight I have the honor of sharing at a local youth club and will serve there with my “life...February 25, 2014
This blog marks the end of a seven part blog series on the values that drive CPR-3. Here is...February 24, 2014
We desire to see the Haitian Church thrive and Christ exalted as we reach out to the lost and...February 21, 2014
What Makes a Movement? Who is the Movement? Last week I spent time in Haiti at the Sant Mouvman,...February 19, 2014