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This action is a direct result of your generosity in the wake of the January 12th earthquake, and one of many steps in our long-term plan to meet the needs of this desperate population. Please pray for the safety of our team as they travel across northern Haiti, and for these communities who are doing much with very little.
We have confirmed that our staff and sponsored children in Kyrgyzstan are safe. Like many organizations and businesses, however, schools are closed today. Our Kyrgyz staff has requested that we continue to pray for them and their country at this time.
News organizations are reporting violence and unrest in Bishkek, the capital of Kyrgyzstan. Our projects are located some distance from the capital city, and there is currently no known danger to our sponsored children or projects. Please check back as the situation unfolds, and please keep the Kyrgyz people in your prayers.
This is the third trip to Haiti for Dr. Beyda and the medical team since November, 2009, and the second after the earthquake. Leaving on March 20th, the team consists of 12 medical professionals, 8 pastoral counselors, and 3 lay people. They will also bring more than 600 pounds of medical supplies and a number of 5-gallon water containers for refugee families. Working closely with local pastors and interpreters in Port-au-Prince, the medical team will serve in established tent cities. Read more here...
Haiti was rocked today by the strongest earthquake recorded in 200 years of its country's history. Despite almost complete devastation of the capitol city, Port Au Prince, Mission of Mercy has confirmed that none of its sponsored children or families have been affected. Click here to read more and be part of the response.