Felician Mission: Haiti
A Decade of Accompaniment
Ten years ago, when an earthquake devastated Haiti, Felician Sisters responded with compassion, solidarity, and commitment to human dignity for all. Since then, our mission has worked to empower the resilient Haitian people with initiatives to provide clean water, access to health care, education, and the job skills needed to strengthen their country. Together, we have accomplished much, but there is more to be done.
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Learn About Our Work in Haiti
The Mother Angela Mobile Clinic travels to 30 mountainous regions providing health care to 57,000 people who have no access.
Servants of Living Water, a water purification program helps women — the primary gatherers of water — by providing them a filtration system and education.
The Haiti Education Leadership Program (H.E.L.P.) provides a Bachelor's Degree to hard-working students who will go on to become leaders in their country.
Accompanying our brothers and sisters on their faith journey in total availability is the most important part of our mission.
The Mother Angela Kitchen feeds nearly 100 children a substantial meal each day.
Read about Felician Mission: Haiti in the news, including coverage by Catholic News Agency, Catholic News Service, the Global Sisters Report, and EWTN.