Emmaus House has gone through many changes since it first opened in 2013. As we grow to better understand the needs and challenges for youth in Haiti, as well as the overwhelming necessity for transition homes, we continue to mold our program based on the needs of those we serve. Below is a list of our most current needs as well as our long-term goals.
Lobe: In need of support to continue his university education at Weber State University in Utah.
Max: In need of support to begin medical school in Port au Prince in October 2019.
Jackenson: I need of support to begin engineering school in Haiti in October 2019.
We are still in need of monthly partners to help us meet the following operational items:
Fuel/ Propane/ Charcoal $500 a month
School tutor: $250 a month
Student school travel costs: $300 a month
Haitian youth minister salary: $350 a month
Over the past few years Emmaus House has become a well-known model for transition homes in Haiti. Multiple orphanages and organizations have turned to Emmaus as an example for how to assist orphaned youth. As the need for this type of ministry continues to rise, we strongly believe Emmaus House needs to become more sustainable and can last for years to come. In 2018 we were able to purchase land right outside of Cap Haitien to build our new campus site which will include 3 youth homes, an office and education building, and a small guest house.
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