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"Feed the hungry and help those in trouble. Then your light will shine out from the darkness, and the darkness around you will be as bright as day."

Isaiah 58:10

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Plan of Action & Tentative Timeline

All of our current and planned projects are for the purpose of sharing the Good News of the Gospel and providing education, development and community transformation. You can help by contributing to any of these capital construction projects.







Furnish & Equipping Technical Trades Classes $100,000 US- The newly rebuilt Technical College is re-opening for operations after 3 years of reconstruction after the earthquake of 2010. Classes in Construction, Electricity, Plumbing, Computers, and ESL are starting. To open other classes we have to furnish and equip them- carpentry, mechanics, welding, sewing, cooking, as well as needing to equip a library, kitchen and two science labs.

Each ONE, Build ONE Home Rebuilding 

$6,000 US/ home- Many homes in the community were destroyed as a result of the earthquake Jan 12, 2010. In response, HAM is helping families rebuild their own homes. Each family chosen must help in the construction of their home plus one other home.

Children’s/Orphan Homes Village-
First & Second Duplex

$45,000 US/ home*- There is a need for a facility to accommodate children who do not have families to care for them. HAM has a vision to build family style homes that would house a maximum of 10 children with 1-2 care givers creating family units. The first & second duplexes are close to completion with the goal to open for operations in 2014. A village of 8 duplexes/fourplexes are in the site plan for the new 7-acre property. *Duplex includes 2 homes, Quadplex includes 4 homes.

Goat Farm & Agricultural Development

$30,000 US*- The goat farm property is less than a 10 minute walk from the main campus. The wall has been reconstructed since its collapse in the 2010 earthquake and plans for a barn facility and gardening plots are being established to train community members how to raise goats for meat, milk and cheese production.


Trade School
Shop Facility

$100,000 US*- The next expansion of the trade school is projected to move the carpentry, automotive mechanical and welding/fabrication classes to a new shop area, since these classes create noise that conflicts with the English, computer and other Academic classes. The shop is proposed as a covered shelter area with concrete floors and storage building for related materials and tools. Estimates and plans are being reviewed for this project.

Primary & High School $120,000 US*- There is a great need in the community of Grand-Goave for additional secondary schools. As the HAM primary school grows, there are plans for a permanent facility and a secondary school to be built to allow HAM the opportunity to help children attain education beginning in infancy through completion in adulthood.



Children’s/Orphan Homes Village- Third Duplex

$45,000 US/ home*- Once the first two duplexes are complete and operational, construction on the last duplex will begin. A village of 8 duplexes/fourplexes are in the site plan for the new 7-acre property. *Duplex includes 2 homes, Quadplex includes 4 homes.

Church Building

$325,000 US* – The HAM church dramatically exceeds capacity. The trade school has been a priority for capital costs. Consequently, the 400+ people congregation has made do with the dirt floor and open-air shelter. Plans for a church building have been made to include offices, classrooms, a library and a multi-use sanctuary and will be built on the new 7 acre property.



Administration Building 

$230,000 US*- The trade and theological school will benefit from an administration and conference meeting facility to accommodate the needs of the growing management. This facility will include multiple office spaces. Preliminary plans have been drawn for this facility. 

Student Dormitories 

$400,000 US*- Currently students travel from towns throughout the western parts of Haiti to attend classes at HAM. As the school develops, many more out of town students will come, thus presenting the need for dormitory facilities for housing them. These facilities would include sleeping areas, bathrooms, eating areas and common areas.

*Approximate estimate costs based on square footage and prior building experience.