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Our Mission:

The African American Baptist Mission Collaboration seeks to help rebuild, revitalize and advocate for Haiti in wake of the January 2010 earthquake.

About the Collaboration:

The AABMC was formed in February 2010 and is a partnership of five Baptist communities representing more than 40,000 churches and more than 10 million Christians nationwide, most of whom are of African American heritage.

Recent Additions

You can find the latest additions listed below, or use the main menu and search function to find items that may be archived.

The Herald - Summer 2015

The Herald - Summer 2015

Looking Back ... Moving Forward: Lott Carey remembers natural disasters across the world and the uncommon courage of people who continue fighting to restore faith and hope.

The Herald - Spring 2014

The Herald - Spring 2014

Healing and Relief in Haiti: An Update

The Herald - Summer 2013

The Herald - Summer 2013

The Power of Collaboration: The Power of Building a Firm Foundation for Missions to Haiti
AABMC Magazine - Summer 2012

AABMC Magazine - Summer 2012

Haiti Will Rise: 2 Years Later. Cover Photo: It's a tradition for Haitians to carry water, food and etc. on their heads, similar to this lady near Santo Village in Leogane.

Haiti by the Numbers, Three Years Later

Number of people killed in the earthquake in 2010: over 217,300
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> Number of people killed by cholera epidemic caused by U.N. troops since > October 19, 2010: over 7,912 [i]

<--break->> Number of cholera cases worldwide in 2010 and 2011: 906,632

> Percent of worldwide cholera cases that were in Haiti in those years: 57
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> Total number of cholera cases in Haiti from 2010-2012: 635,980 [ii]
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> Days Since Cholera Was Introduced in Haiti Without an Apology From the U.N.: > 813
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