Our Haiti staff is growing!

Ysmich Auguste is our newest Community Child Advocate (CCA) for the community of Chadirac. Ysmich will be working with the children and families in our sponsorship program. In his new position, Ysmich will collect child pictures and profiles for sponsorship, visit sponsored children in their schools and/or homes, conduct biannual health screenings, and will be the communication mediator between the sponsor and their sponsored child.

Pastor Joseph Jean Claude Belizaire, A.K.A. “Belizaire “ is the Community Coordinator for one of our newest communities: Raymond/Oban, located in South East Haiti. Belizaire will be the link between 410 Bridge and the community.  He will work closely with the leadership council executing on programs for community development, as well as facilitating the “410 Experience” for incoming US teams serving in the community.

We are very excited to welcome Ysmich and Pastor Belizaire to our staff and 410 family!

Belizaire, Raymond-Oban Community Coordinator
Ysmich Auguste, Chadirac Community Child Advocate

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