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Haiti is the poorest country in the Western hemisphere with a population of over 10 million and 80% live in poverty. Eight out of every 100 children die before they reach their 5th birthday. There are more than 420,000 orphans in Haiti. School fees in Haiti prohibitively expensive, therefore the literacy rate in Haiti is just 50%.

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Northern Uganda has been devastated by years of War, AIDS, and Poverty. Over 2 million children below the age of 15 have lost one or both parents to this devastation. Without help these children will have little hope for the future; growing up without food, shelter, or an education. Fortunately, a man with a vision of hope for these children established "Acres of Hope, Uganda".

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Hurricane Matthew

We received this video on October 4th from Facile who is staying with his mom about a mile up the mountain of the guest house near the water source.

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We Had Way Too Much Fun
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By: Gabby D. Fleurisma

While around the Christmas table in 2015, I thought that there were few things for people of my age to do on Christmas Eve. The most common thing is to go to a disco and have few drinks and get drunk. Since then, I have been thinking and praying about a way to help some of them to have a better Christmas. God’s answer was to plan a revival. The idea was quickly accepted by the church committee. A group of ladies from Sardis Presbyterian Church and from First Presbyterian Charlotte gave us $1,500.00 to help with food and other expenses.

130 high school students gladly signed up to come. The college students in Port Au Prince had final exams, and therefore were not able to attend. The music director of the Church in Bayonnais, Mr. Facile Elisme and I planned a busy schedule to teach and entertain them.

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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from Acres of Hope!
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Praise and glory to God, 2016 was a great year at Acres of Hope, thanks to the generosity of so many of you. Almost 200 students had the opportunity to further their education through sponsorship, and even more in the community benefit from the school. The first ever class of P7 students took their exams for secondary school and will receive their results this month. Two pod houses were converted to hostels which allowed Acres of Hope to accommodate nearly 70 children rather than 40. The agriculture and livestock programs grew exponentially. Several teams visited Acres of Hope throughout the year. Pastor Geoffrey had an extended tour of the United States where he enjoyed sharing meals and visiting with many friends and supporters. 

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