Repatriote Ministry Center
About Our Partner
Haiti Outreach Ministries (HOM)
The Outreach Foundation’s partner in Haiti is Haiti Outreach Ministries (HOM) led by Pastor Leon and Jacky Dorleans. Focusing on poor areas in and near Port-au-Prince, including Repatriote, the ministry includes churches, leadership and vocational training, primary schools, secondary school scholarships, medical clinics, and food support. Haiti is the poorest country in the West with high unemployment, low per capita income, no system of public education (80% of the students rely on organizations such as HOM for their education), no public health system, and poor infrastructure. Hundreds of thousands of Haitians have migrated to the Port-au-Prince area in search of work or education, but the people’s greatest unmet need is spiritual, and the Gospel provides a foundation for their lives and hope for their future. Leon and Jacky are wonderful servants who have a passion for training others and for equipping the saints for the work of ministry. HOM is a partner that makes very good use of mission teams.
At a time when many are seeking to rebuild Haiti, our focus is building the capacity of our church partners to share and show the love of Jesus Christ. Our present focus is helping
Haiti Outreach Ministries to change lives through the ministry at Repatriote.
The Outreach Foundation is seeking gifts totaling $25,000 for program support and school scholarships.
Haiti remains the poorest country in the West, with 80% unemployment, low per capita income, little public education or public health, and poor infrastructure. Amidst these challenges, The Outreach Foundation partners with Haiti Outreach Ministries which serves the people of Cite Soleil, Blanchard, Repatriote and Ibo Beach. Led by Pastor Leon and Jacky Dorleans, this ministry is changing lives through churches, schools, vocational schools and medical clinics. Our focus is helping HOM to reestablish and expand its ministry at Repatriote where the church building was destroyed by the 2010 earthquake. The church is nearly finished, and a new primary school is now educating children from the surrounding area.