News & Updates

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Clean Water System Up and Running

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Bayonnais, Haiti - For the first time in history, the people of Bayonnais have safe, clean water to drink. The new water well and purification system for the Bayonnais community went into service on Saturday, July 30. A dedication ceremony, to be held in the next two weeks, will emphasize for the people of the community what it means to drink this clean water that is free from cholera and other disease…

Summer Happenings at Bayonnais

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Field Director Rosemond Pierre reports that work is progressing on the water well and purification system at Bayonnais. Team members hope to taste the clean water before they leave next Saturday. English classes with the children are going well, and it’s encouraging to see the students’ enthusiasm and progress. On Wednesday the team will take about 50 students on an outing that will be fun for both…

Mission Team Dates Announced

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Orlando FL – ICDM director Yvan Pierre will be in Haiti July 13-31 working with field leadership and U.S. teams. A team from Lexington KY is already on site teaching English in Bayonnais.Clean water for Bayonnais is the focus of a team from Kentucky that also left for Haiti July 13. Their mission: to drill a well and install a purification system to provide safe, clean water for the people of Bayonnais.…

Help for Haiti

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A converted warehouse in downtown Lexington KY was the setting for a $100-a-plate benefit dinner on May 19 to help the people of Bayonnais, Haiti. Proceeds from the festive event will fund a water project to provide safe, clean drinking water for the Bayonnais area.The event was the brainchild of Tim Carson, a retired school teacher and professional caterer, whose first trip to Haiti last year profoundly…

Center of Hope Draws Closer to Completion

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Shippensburg PA – A “Hearts for Haiti” benefit concert brought a crowd of nearly 2000 to Heiges Field House on the Shippensburg University campus on April 30 to hear Christian music artist Michael W. Smith. ICDM Director Yvan Pierre and son Junior were guests at the event.Cathy Wallick, who helped to organize the event, reports that a check for $45,000 has been sent to ICDM for completion of the Center…