Leveque is a community that is about 15 minutes north of the main campus of Mission of Hope, and just south of Bercy. There are approximately 7,000 people living in the Leveque community. One area of the village is home to Mission of Hope’s Blue To Block Campaign. After the earthquake, many families relocated out of Port-au-Prince to start a new life. The vast majority of these families moved into blue tents. The Blue To Block campaign is an initiative to move these families from blue tents to block houses. Currently, MOH has built about 450 houses, with the end goal being about 650.
This week, as our interns were in Leveque, they met a group of Haitians worshiping on one of the hills. They discovered the group was from a village two and a half hours away and that two years ago they felt God calling them to travel to Leveque... Read More »
April 21st at 1:47pm…The final piece of roof was installed in the Leveque community! 615 homes, 1 church, a full deaf & hearing integrated elementary school, community center & clean water depot! God used so many of you to give & minister to this... Read More »
"What would I like to say to the people who helped me receive this house? Thank you! I won’t just say that once, I’ll say it every day. When I’m laying in bed I will thank them. When I wake up in my house I will thank them again. I will thank them... Read More »