For more than 30 years, Ministries
of Aides International Inc (MAII) has been dedicated to providing
sympathetic aid and education to underserved children and
families in underdeveloped communities. We may not be
able to save the world from hunger and poverty in an
instant, but we know that the process starts with individual
acts of kindness. Together, our combined efforts will
make a profound difference in making poverty a memory from a
Reverend Lucien Duperier founded Ministries of Aides International, Inc.
(MAII) as a humanitarian, charitable nonprofit
organization focused on providing hope for children and families in
disadvantaged areas. The organization operates under title 501 (c) (3)
and is affiliated with Grace Tabernacle Church of God. More
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Ministries of Aides International focuses
on the physical, economic, social and spiritual needs of
children in poverty. The funds we have received thus far have
enabled us to provide the following programs:
Organizes health fairs with the help of doctors and nurses who
volunteer their time to administer immunizations, give
routine checkups, and teach local people how to avoid diseases
such as HIV and cholera.
We operate a vocational school for teens and adults in
Port-Margot, Haiti. This school helps people develop
the skills they need to successfully enter the working
MAII runs 8 schools in 7 towns in northern Haiti. Our
schools provide empowering educational opportunities for
more than 7,000 children.
We run an orphanage in the city of Port-Margot
Built and has been operating an orphanage in
Port-Margot that provides shelter, food, and
clean water to 386 abandoned and needy children.
After the earthquake, an already broken country was thrust into
unimaginable despair. The limited infrastructure was demolished,
leaving people homeless and without jobs. They have no means of improving their
Ministries of Aides International, Inc. has more than 30 years of
experience in Haiti. We are still working to help the country return to a
state of normalcy after the devastating earthquake in 2010.
Hundreds still live in temporary shelters.