Community Spotlight Wednesday Chadirac, Haiti

In late August, Woody Cadet, The 410 Bridge Community Coordinator for Chadirac & Agronomist, hosted compost training for Chadirac farmers. The training focused on how best to utilize fertilizer and how it will benefit the farmers long term.

Chadirac farmers at compost training hosted by Woodky Cadet, The 410 Bridge Community Coordinator and Agronomist

The churches of Chadirac are growing at an incredible rate! The community would like to thank all those who have poured into them spiritually and spoken the Word into their lives!

The community members are maintaining their clean water source. The community would like to also thank everyone who worked on that project & helped provide the community with clean water! They feel as good as ever knowing their water is clean and safe!

Please keep the community and community members of Chadirac in your prayers!

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