How we serve

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Updated: September 7, 2022


Orphans International divides our service into two major categories: Programs and Projects.

Programs include needs that are ongoing. Even as children grow up and become responsible for their own care, there are new tragedies that continually require our assistance.

Projects are specific. A single response that, while spanning a period of time to provide, have a launch and a completion.

Natural disasters affect both Programs and Projects. Haiti is plagued by both hurricanes and earthquakes as well as political unrest. This in combination with their poverty strains both our Programs and Projects. We need your help!






OIH operates the only food distribution center in Bombardopolis, Haiti. We began by feeding our orphans three hot meals a day.

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To implement sustainable programs that improve access worldwide to investment, opportunity.

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Train up a child in the way he should go, And when he is old he will not depart from it.

Proverbs 22:6

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Sharon's Farm

Grow to Survive: Livestock and Agronomy Project 

He who has pity on the poor lends to the Lord

Proverbs 19:17

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Widows & Widowers

OIH also reaches out to the widows and widowers in the community, another neglected group.

See our Feeding Program

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School Building Project











Health Center Project

The hospital will be the only health care center for a distance of ....



Well Drilling

According to UNICEF, 46% of Haiti’s population lacks access to an improved water source, and most of Haiti’s water is contaminated with human waste and disease. Out of 147 countries, according to Water Resources, Haiti is dead last on the Water Poverty Index table (WPI). Water-borne contaminants, chronic diarrhea, typhoid and hepatitis are the leading causes of death in this country plagued with the highest child mortality rate in the Western hemisphere. One of the OIH goals is to change these dismal statistics in Bombardopolis.