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Reciprocal Ministries International. RMI is in the business of building “Forever Cross-Cultural Relationships”. RMI’s Programs. Sister Church Partnership Homes for Haiti Food for Haiti Hope for Kidz. Why Education? .

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reciprocal ministries international
Reciprocal Ministries International

RMI is in the business of building

“Forever Cross-Cultural Relationships”

rmi s programs
RMI’s Programs
  • Sister Church Partnership
  • Homes for Haiti
  • Food for Haiti
  • Hope for Kidz
why education
Why Education?

Next in importance to freedom and justice is popular education, without which neither freedom nor justice can be permanently maintained. ~ President James A Garfield

education in haiti
Education in Haiti
  • Only 55% of school age children in Haiti receive an education
  • Only 2% finish the US equivalent of high school
  • Roughly 1/3 of youth between 15 and 24 are illiterate.
why aren t children in school
Why aren’t children in school?
  • Must work to help keep their household running
  • Must care for younger siblings
  • Lack money needed to pay for school fees, transportation, uniforms, supplies, and food.
  • Lack medical resources needed to stay healthy and attend school
how the program works
How the Program Works
  • A picture and biography of each student is procured by the RMI HFK Staff in Haiti and sent to the child’s prospective sponsor.
  • Sponsorship funds are processed in the RMI office in Lehigh Acres, FL and then transferred to the RMI office in Haiti.
  • Once funds have been received, they are distributed to the appropriate pastor of the school’s parent church and the school administrator for the children in that school.
  • They are then responsible to use the monies as designated.
  • They are required to give an accounting to the RMI HFK office, who in turn supplies that information to the RMI International Office as needed.
program administration
Program Administration
  • HFK is administered by RMI staff in Florida and in Haiti .
  • RMI works in cooperation with The Evangelical Baptist Mission of Southern Haiti (MEBSH). MEBSH consists of over 487 churches in Southern Haiti. RMI has maintained a solid working relationship with MEBSH for over 40 years.
  •  RMI is a member in good standing with The Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA). This is the evangelical “Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval”. RMI as well as the Hope for Kidz program are governed by a Board of Directors who meets a minimum of 2 times a year.
hope for kidz provides
Hope for Kidz provides…
  • A Quality Christian Education
  • School Books & Needed Supplies for the year
  • Daily hot lunches *(in some areas)
  • Community Health Training Initiatives (starting with annual de-worming and prevention education)
hope for kidz donors receive
Hope for Kidz Donors Receive…
  • A picture and brief profile of your special child
  • The opportunity to send and receive 1-2 letters per year to their child
  • Accountability visits from RMI staff to your child’s school to check facilities and curriculum, get updated pictures and confirm your child’s performance
why stop there
Why Stop There?
  • Last year 2017 children were sponsored
  • This year we need sponsors for at LEAST 3000.
  • RMI works with a very small staff and may not know an additional 983 people who would be able to sponsor a child.
  • But we do know if 983 of our current 2017 sponsors would help us find just ONE more sponsor from their friends or family, we’d DOUBLE our impact in Haiti overnight.