Ministry delivers aid to hundreds in Haiti

By March 16, 2010

Haiti (MNN) — It has been two months since a powerful
earthquake flattened Haiti's capital, Port-au-Prince.

Now that the international focus is shifting away from
Haiti, help is needed more than ever. 1.3 million people are still homeless amid
growing insecurity in Port-au-Prince.

Pastor Rodne Romeus, Director of AMG ministries in Grand
Bassin, Haiti says a recent food distribution serves as a distinctive road to
ministry.    

It took place in Camp Coq, a small village that swelled with
refugees from Port-au-Prince.  Camp
Coq is about 11 kilometers from Limbe, the largest city in the area. Due to the lack of employment and educational
opportunities, many of the people moved south to Port-au-Prince.

This month, the team supplied an additional 150 families and
89 individuals with a small store of rice, beans, and cooking oil. Many
of these people are now attending Pastor Rodne's church and are recipients of
AMG's ongoing relief efforts through food, shelter, medical care and the love
of Christ.

AMG is also sending their medical staff to meet some of the
needs that have been overlooked. 

$48 will provide beans, rice and oil for one family for one
week. $6 will buy one gallon of cooking oil. $45 will buy a 50
kg sack of rice. $75 will buy a 50 kg sack of beans. Click here if you  can help.

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