Helping with the shelter project in Morocco has been an extraordinary learning experience, with volunteers from multiple cultures and languages working together to support the
In October of 2022, PCCR responded to the crisis in Haiti, and out of the food distributions and the work in prisons emerged a need for a long-term solution for Haiti’s prisoners. There isn’t a single halfway house or any rehabilitation programs available for prisoners in Haiti. A five-year long judicial crisis in the country has created some of the worst overcrowding that Haiti has ever seen. Many inmates, including minors, have been imprisoned for years without formally being charged with a crime. But due to our focus being on crisis response rather than long-term, we were seeking to hand the work over to others. After considering other options, a new organization has been established under the leadership of Andy Faller:
Haiti Prison and Rehabilitation Ministry – Transforming prisoners through love and discipleship
The vision of HPRM is to create a US based organization that partners with the broader conservative Anabaptist community to reach those who are imprisoned in Haiti, and also to reach beyond the prisons by creating a re-integration program for those newly released from prison.
Andy has been the director of the work in Haiti for the past year and has many years of experience with the Haitian culture and missions, including the pitfalls of aid gone wrong. He is now directing the work under this new organization and we’re excited to transfer everything regarding Haiti into his care.
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