Providing Exceptional Neonatal Care & a Safe Haven to The Smallest, Sickest and Most Vulnerable Children of Haiti.
PROGRAMS & PROJECTS.
At God’s Littlest Angels, we believe that healthy and flourishing children are an essential key to creating strong families and better communities. We strive to provide excellent comprehensive medical, emotional, physical, and educational support to the most vulnerable in Haiti. We pray that God will change Haiti and the world through these children!
Community involvement & support
God’s Littlest Angels believes in empowering our students and helping them grow into responsible, mature, self-sustaining adults. All school-eligible children attend a local Christian school and have responsibilities around the house. We help secure vocational training for our kids at the appropriate age.
Support a Family
We are passionate that each child finds a loving home to call their own. With over 1000 + families united in 15 different countries, we are dedicated to uniting loving families and our children together through the Hauge-approved process in partnership with IBESR (Haitian Social Services)
WHERE WE WORK.
Haiti shares the island of Hispaniola with the Dominican Republic; Haiti is the most densely populated and poorest country in the western hemisphere. Estimates indicate that Haitians are the fourth most undernourished people in the world and 80 out of every 1000 children will not live to see their first birthday. 42% of all children under the age of five are stunted due to malnutrition, and one in every three deaths in Haiti is a child. Most Haitians live in extreme poverty, on less than $1 daily. Parents give up their children due to their inability to care for them, adding overwhelming numbers to the orphan crisis in Haiti, placing their children at risk of terrible abuses in unauthorized and unmonitored facilities and homes. Haiti became the first Black Republic in 1804 after a successful revolution against French Colonists. Today, Haiti struggles for freedom from poverty, lack of education, gang violence and unrest, corruption, and deep-seated roots of Voodoo. Haiti is a beautiful country but is constantly embroiled in the fight against a generational cycle of poverty.