(Now this I say, he who sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and he who sows bountifully will also reap bountifully. Each one must do just as he has purposed in his heart, not grudgingly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver. And God is able to make all grace abound to you so that always having all sufficiency in everything, you may have an abundance for every good deed.
                                                                                    II Corinthians 9:6-8)

THE  BISHOP  SARAH  FRANCIS  DAVIS  Connectional  Women’s Missionary  Society  OUTPATIENT DELICE  HEALTH  CENTER was dedicated on October 20, 2017, in Nan Michel, Delice Sector, Haiti.
This facility is owned by the African Methodist Episcopal Church.  It is paid in full and the 1st District WMS helped to bring this vision into fruition.

Haiti's terrain is mostly covered by mountains. The location of the clinic is in a mountainous part of the country. The road to Delice, where the clinic is located, is winding, steep, bumpy, narrow, and in very poor condition. A four-wheel drive vehicle is the best option of getting there because of the treacherous terrain. Under the best conditions, travel time to the clinic is two hours. Rain makes travel even  more  difficult  because  the  road  is  highly  susceptible  to mudslides. The  outpatient  center’s  location,  although  at  times challenging, is easier to access than traveling the more treacherous roads  to  the  flatlands  where  most  medical  care  is  located.  Its location also encourages people to seek help earlier and-not to wait until their health is at a crisis level.

The Delice Health Center in the mountains has helped to save many lives, especially the medically fragile, the elderly, and pregnant 
omen. Early intervention is very important to help save the lives of  newborns, infants, and their mothers.  The per capita income in Haiti is only $250. With 80% of the people living below the poverty level, health care is
not a priority for the average family.  With the average family size in Hait being
3.4 people,   that  breaks down to only  $20.83 per month for that family of 3 or
4 to pay for  food, clothing, and  shelter.  What could  possibly be  left to pay for
medical care?  Your generosity through. The More Than  Enough  Stewardship
Initiative has allowed us  to give  people who  are from  the poorest  country in
the  Western  Hemisphere  access  to  medical care.  Your  contributions  have
helped  erect a  beautiful  three-story  building. You  are a  part  of this  miracle.

However, your  help is  still needed.  The  More  Than  Enough  Stewardship
Initiative did  not  meet its  goal this  year  and  we  will  soon  be  starting the
campaign for next year. Luke 12:48 says “that for everyone to whom much is
given,  from  him  much  will  be  required.”  You might then say, “I don't have
much.” However, if everyone  gives according to what God has blessed them
to give, then we can meet our  goal.

We have just highlighted only one of the many ways that More Than Enough 
has helped people in need.  In the next couple of weeks, we will be highlighting
some  of  the other ways that your giving has blessed people. It does not 
have to end here.  You can continue be a blessing through your continued
giving.  Won't you give?  It is our prayer that you will consider a donation to help
create more miracles.

First Episcopal District​​
Women's Missionary Society
Extends a Hand to Haiti

Out Patient Delice Health Center

Haiti's Mountaneous Terain

Entrance To Clinic

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