Maniche is nestled up in the mountains, surrounded by tall coconut and palm trees. The community has a small-town feel, with the mayor’s home and a courthouse located in the downtown area. The local economy is driven by agriculture. Community members grow rice, oranges, guava, pineapples, cassavas, yams and corn, and sell their goods at a nearby market. Because it is so isolated up in the mountains, the poverty is harsh, and opportunities are few and far between. Still, the community is resilient and determined. Through these difficulties, people in Maniche have unwavering faith.

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Maniche Community Update

This community update is straight from our 410 Bridge Staff in Haiti Project / Programs Currently Running: Water project   Sponsorship program   Goat project   Economic development   Cow project launch Latest update for the community as a whole:  Water project: The water system used in the past by the community were causing

Water on the Horizon for Maniche!

Check out this update from our Director of International Programs, James Ward. There are a lot of exciting things happening in the community of Maniche as they continue to recover from Hurricane Matthew. Thank you to everyone who partners with and supports the community of Maniche. Your

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Project Details: BILD Pastor’s Training


Project Details: Livestock Distribution, HOPE Savings Group

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Sponsorship is a much bigger part of a unique model to graduate communities. Because of your generous heart, sponsored students are able to help their community move toward a sustainable future and community graduation.

It means that future generations would be able to run successful businesses and make enough money to feed their families and send their children to school. With your help, it means they can now help their community lift themselves from poverty, restoring dignity, purpose and freedom.