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What We Do

Service Opportunities

The African American Baptist Mission Collaboration (AABMC) is excited to announce that we are now recruiting volunteers for short-term missions to Haiti. The spiritual and physical needs of the Haitian people are great! We are looking for individuals, groups and churches to partner with indigenous communities and leaders engaged in evangelism, education, and health ministries around in Haiti.

Projects

The catastrophic 7.0 earthquake in January 2010, in Haiti, affected an estimated three million people. More than 300,000 people are believed to have died, another 300,000 were injured, and more than 1 million people were left homeless. More than eighteen-months following the disaster, many organizations that came to help have left. The AABMC seeks to cultivate partnerships with governmental and non-governmental entities interested in sustainable development programs and projects in Haiti.
Advocacy

Advocacy

On March 10 - 12, 2011, approximately 50 Haitian-American, Haitian and African-American faith-leaders came together, in Washington, D.C., for a Summit on Advocacy for Haiti. Those of us who assembled were challenged to identify substantive areas for policy advocacy to help build a safe, strong, and sustainable Haiti in the aftermath of the earthquake.

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