Marie Louise Bayle Center

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We have partnered with Cross Catholic Outreach and are working with their organization through The Marie Louise Bayle Center. This project feeds undernourished children, educates young minds, promotes maternal and infant health, and encourages a greater faith in Christ. The compassionate sisters of the Marie Louise Bayle Center serve this impoverished region only with the support of others. They rely on people who share their belief that Jesus wants his faithful followers to care for the poor.

Ouanaminthe, Haiti, located on the border of Haiti and the Dominican Republic, attracts large numbers of destitute people from the nearby rural regions, people who are looking for a way to survive.

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Babies and young children who are still developing are impacted the most by this extreme poverty. Hundreds live with daily hunger and are at risk of falling prey to malnutrition, a condition that can have terrible, long-term mental and physical effects. Undernourished, most are also more susceptible to diseases. The area is rife with diarrhea, and cases of typhoid fever and other illnesses can be devastating, not only because living conditions are so bad but also because most families lack even basic training in hygiene and disease prevention.

To make matters worse, a lack of educational opportunities leads many to fear for their futures. Children often do not go to school because they had fallen behind while living in rural regions. Others often skip school to work alongside their families so they can have enough to eat.
Education and Nutritious Meals
The school focuses on disadvantaged children who have started primary school late, have had disruptive breaks in their education, or have struggled with learning disabilities. Nutritious daily meals, featuring Vitafood — vitamin-enriched rice and soy product — are free of charge to all students. The meals prevent malnutrition and help the boys and girls stay focused on their studies.
Medical Outreach
The wellness center provides breastfeeding classes for mothers, maternity classes for pregnant women, and childrearing classes for caregivers. The center also follows children under age 3 to ensure their good health.
Spiritual Nourishment
The sisters provide engaging classes that nourish the faith of students, encouraging them to love God and one another. The entire community joins together for joyful liturgical celebrations of feast days.

Marie Louise Bayle Center

News Updates
We have partnered with Cross Catholic Outreach and are working with their organization through The Marie Louise Bayle Center. This project feeds undernourished children, educates young minds, promotes maternal and infant health, and encourages a greater faith in Christ. The compassionate sisters of the Marie Louise Bayle Center serve this impoverished region only with the support of others. They rely on people who share their belief that Jesus wants his faithful followers to care for the poor.

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Ouanaminthe, Haiti, located on the border of Haiti and the Dominican Republic, attracts large numbers of destitute people from the nearby rural regions, people who are looking for a way to survive.

Babies and young children who are still developing are impacted the most by this extreme poverty. Hundreds live with daily hunger and are at risk of falling prey to malnutrition, a condition that can have terrible, long-term mental and physical effects. Undernourished, most are also more susceptible to diseases. The area is rife with diarrhea, and cases of typhoid fever and other illnesses can be devastating, not only because living conditions are so bad but also because most families lack even basic training in hygiene and disease prevention.

To make matters worse, a lack of educational opportunities leads many to fear for their futures. Children often do not go to school because they had fallen behind while living in rural regions. Others often skip school to work alongside their families so they can have enough to eat.

Education and Nutritious Meals
The school focuses on disadvantaged children who have started primary school late, have had disruptive breaks in their education, or have struggled with learning disabilities. Nutritious daily meals, featuring Vitafood — vitamin-enriched rice and soy product — are free of charge to all students. The meals prevent malnutrition and help the boys and girls stay focused on their studies.
Medical Outreach
The wellness center provides breastfeeding classes for mothers, maternity classes for pregnant women, and childrearing classes for caregivers. The center also follows children under age 3 to ensure their good health.
Spiritual Nourishment
The sisters provide engaging classes that nourish the faith of students, encouraging them to love God and one another. The entire community joins together for joyful liturgical celebrations of feast days.

Marie Louise Bayle Center

News Updates
We have partnered with Cross Catholic Outreach and are working with their organization through The Marie Louise Bayle Center. This project feeds undernourished children, educates young minds, promotes maternal and infant health, and encourages a greater faith in Christ. The compassionate sisters of the Marie Louise Bayle Center serve this impoverished region only with the support of others. They rely on people who share their belief that Jesus wants his faithful followers to care for the poor.

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Ouanaminthe, Haiti, located on the border of Haiti and the Dominican Republic, attracts large numbers of destitute people from the nearby rural regions, people who are looking for a way to survive.

Babies and young children who are still developing are impacted the most by this extreme poverty. Hundreds live with daily hunger and are at risk of falling prey to malnutrition, a condition that can have terrible, long-term mental and physical effects. Undernourished, most are also more susceptible to diseases. The area is rife with diarrhea, and cases of typhoid fever and other illnesses can be devastating, not only because living conditions are so bad but also because most families lack even basic training in hygiene and disease prevention.

To make matters worse, a lack of educational opportunities leads many to fear for their futures. Children often do not go to school because they had fallen behind while living in rural regions. Others often skip school to work alongside their families so they can have enough to eat.

Marie Louise Bayle Center

News Updates
We have partnered with Cross Catholic Outreach and are working with their organization through The Marie Louise Bayle Center. This project feeds undernourished children, educates young minds, promotes maternal and infant health, and encourages a greater faith in Christ. The compassionate sisters of the Marie Louise Bayle Center serve this impoverished region only with the support of others. They rely on people who share their belief that Jesus wants his faithful followers to care for the poor.

Ouanaminthe, Haiti, located on the border of Haiti and the Dominican Republic, attracts large numbers of destitute people from the nearby rural regions, people who are looking for a way to survive.

Babies and young children who are still developing are impacted the most by this extreme poverty. Hundreds live with daily hunger and are at risk of falling prey to malnutrition, a condition that can have terrible, long-term mental and physical effects. Undernourished, most are also more susceptible to diseases. The area is rife with diarrhea, and cases of typhoid fever and other illnesses can be devastating, not only because living conditions are so bad but also because most families lack even basic training in hygiene and disease prevention.

To make matters worse, a lack of educational opportunities leads many to fear for their futures. Children often do not go to school because they had fallen behind while living in rural regions. Others often skip school to work alongside their families so they can have enough to eat.

Empowering Women Through Investment (EWI)

News Updates
We have partnered with Cross Catholic Outreach and are working with their organization through The Marie Louise Bayle Center. This project feeds undernourished children, educates young minds, promotes maternal and infant health, and encourages a greater faith in Christ. The compassionate sisters of the Marie Louise Bayle Center serve this impoverished region only with the support of others. They rely on people who share their belief that Jesus wants his faithful followers to care for the poor.
Ouanaminthe, Haiti, located on the border of Haiti and the Dominican Republic, attracts large numbers of destitute people from the nearby rural regions, people who are looking for a way to survive.

Babies and young children who are still developing are impacted the most by this extreme poverty. Hundreds live with daily hunger and are at risk of falling prey to malnutrition, a condition that can have terrible, long-term mental and physical effects. Undernourished, most are also more susceptible to diseases. The area is rife with diarrhea, and cases of typhoid fever and other illnesses can be devastating, not only because living conditions are so bad but also because most families lack even basic training in hygiene and disease prevention.

To make matters worse, a lack of educational opportunities leads many to fear for their futures. Children often do not go to school because they had fallen behind while living in rural regions. Others often skip school to work alongside their families so they can have enough to eat.

Education and Nutritious Meals
The school focuses on disadvantaged children who have started primary school late, have had disruptive breaks in their education, or have struggled with learning disabilities. Nutritious daily meals, featuring Vitafood — vitamin-enriched rice and soy product — are free of charge to all students. The meals prevent malnutrition and help the boys and girls stay focused on their studies.
Medical Outreach
The wellness center provides breastfeeding classes for mothers, maternity classes for pregnant women, and childrearing classes for caregivers. The center also follows children under age 3 to ensure their good health.
Spiritual Nourishment
The sisters provide engaging classes that nourish the faith of students, encouraging them to love God and one another. The entire community joins together for joyful liturgical celebrations of feast days.