Christian Center for Integrated Development
Sant Kretyen pou Devlopman Entegre

Seeking the Transformation of Haiti through the Local Church

Ministry Locations | Haiti

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Brief Summary

The Republic of Haiti is considered a Caribbean country. French & Haitian Creole are the official languages.

Haiti has long been known as the poorest country in the Americas. Making the situation worse, on January 12, 2010, a 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck the already devastated country. When the terror was over, more than 200,000 people had been killed. In addition to the dead, an estimated 250,000 homes were either damaged or destroyed. Despite the vast amount of money pledged, the country still remains full of rubble and overcrowded tent cities.

National Ministry

Herod and Edline Guillomettre

Herode Guillomettre started his ministry in 1998 Presently he is director of the Haiti's Protestant Liaison of Churches (HPLC/LEPH) of around 700 churches and one of the directors of the Christian Center for Integral Development (CCID/SKDE).  He also oversees church planting for Missions Door.

The Christian Center for Integral Development oversees community development through the Haitian churches.  The center has developed cooperative, community banks and micro-credit for small business loans, community and transformational development, food security and leadership training, adult education and literacy. After the earthquake, the center's relief action base on oversees education of children from tent cities and small business development in the very poor rural areas.  The center is in the process of developing transitional villages where they will build and repair houses for the family victims and handicap people, a community vocational training center, a medical clinic, a school, potable water, etc.  

The overall goal of the churches and the center is to plant churches, leadership development and to develop self-sustaining kingdom communities.