MOM is dedicated to reaching the dispossessed and suffering in Haiti, the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere. It is listed among the poorest of all countries in the developing world. MOM is targeting the rural communities that are isolated and without modern sanitation, food, water, educational and medical facilities.
The most effective method of reaching these communities is through the local pastors who are struggling to provide basic human services to the people. MOM is actively involved in helping the people to help themselves. The pastors take the lead in implementing and overseeing small micro-enterprise projects as part of their ministerial duties by encouraging the community to accept the projects and to work diligently to make them successful. Many of them are being trained and certified as trainers to form a solid infrastructure for sustainability. You can view some of the remote villages where MOM has worked hard to make changes in the lives of Haitians who were struggling to survive. We have worked in areas such as Anse-au-veau, Petite Riviere De Nippes, Fond Verrette, Robio, Fontamara, Jeremie, etc. Sometimes MOM has simply provided a much needed generator for a church-school. We have provided a very large generator that provided street lights. Thirteen Haitians (males and females) were taught how to build biosand water filters by CAWST and received certificates of completion. .These are just a few of the simple but important projects that MOM has provided for rural areas. MOM has experienced disruption of projects from natural events hurricanes, earthquakes, flooding, and civil unrest. Nevertheless, we continued to battle against all odds to bring development and self-sufficiency to the residents of communities in rural areas. MOM seeks to form alliances with others who are trying to rebuild Haiti.