New locally led Alliance launched in Haiti to build long-term food sovereignty and security from the bottom up

After years of work, W.K. Kellogg Foundation partners in Haiti establish an alliance to strengthen local food systems and food security. The Haiti Food Systems Alliance (HFSA) includes 14 established Haitian businesses and organizations dedicated to improving farmer incomes and children’s food security. PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti, May 19, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — A new coalition of organizations working on the ground […]

Local networks rapidly respond to earthquake crisis

At 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 14, a magnitude 7.2 earthquake disaster struck the southern peninsula of Haiti. It was a shallow temblor (only 10 km deep), and therefore all the more destructive, bringing down large parts of nearby towns and cities. As of Aug. 18, authorities were reporting more than 2,100 killed and more than […]

Thoughts About a Hatching Hope Missions Campaign

The biggest impact of many mission projects is how they affect you personally. The things you learn about another country and group of people can change you forever. This is our hope and prayer for congregations participating in Hatching Hope campaigns.  Read what a few individuals had to say about the Hatching Hope campaigns in their churches:  “Our […]

Mitaria’s New Home

Mitaria's New Home

Meet Mitaria Mitaria lives in a very impoverished community called Boyer, located just west of Mirebalais.  She is one of KORE’s original broiler farmers, working hard to pay off her coop in full! Mitaria is an extremely hard worker and her attention to detail and care for her birds consistently make her one of KORE’s […]

Jessica’s Story

Meet Jessica, a nurse practitioner from Nashville, Tennesee!  She had an incredible experience that changed her life and gave her motivation to DO SOMETHING! First, the WHY – HOPE! I have seen firsthand the hope that an egg a day can provide to hungry children. I witnessed the compassion and hard work of multiple KORE […]

40,000 Eggs A Day!

40,000's Eggs a Day!

The end of summer brought a whirlwind of excitement as we received approval from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation for partial funding for a major expanion of KORE’s Egg-A-Day project!  WKKF is providing 60% of funds needed to add 48 new egg farmers to feed an egg each day to 8,000 school kids in Haiti for the next […]

Meet Kore Farmer Madame Merzenat

Four years ago, Merzenat Baronvil and her 5 children were homeless.  Her husband had abandoned them and moved to the Dominican Republic, never to return. A stranger to the small village of Boucan Carre, Haiti, and with no other alternatives, she and her children became domestic slaves or “restaveks” to another family in exchange for shelter. […]

4 Packing Tips For Your Mission Trip

When preparing for an impact trip, one of the first questions many people ask is, “What do I need to pack?” We’ve scoured the internet and Pinterest, and determined that there really isn’t a lot of inspiration when it comes to what to wear on the mission field. You don’t need to break the bank […]

I Love The Church

“It’s what you do” is the theme for an entire series of insurance commercials. If, for example, you’re a parrot, “you repeat things. It’s what you do!” What would a Christian version of that commercial look like? “If you’re a Christian, you [blank]. It’s what you do!” The possibilities are endless. There are legitimate options on […]