Momance is a small village in Leogane, Haiti. The people of Momace faced many challenges on a daily basis. There was no well or running water, no electricity, poor living conditions, no school, and most were living on 2 dollars a day or less. In 2010 Leogane was the epicenter of a devastating earthquake which left thousands dead and much of the country reduced to rubble. As the dust settled, the village leaders of Momance gathered and put together a committee, which formed a vision for the future of Momance. They wanted a better place for their children and their community.
With prayer and diligence, these leaders worked to reach out to others.
God moved in the hearts of some volunteers who were in Haiti on different medical trips. These volunteers carried the vision for Momance home with them, shared it with others, and soon started Friends Of Momance.
By the Fall of 2012 there was a well in Momance, and by 2013 Phase One of the construction was compete, with 2 classrooms, and school started! There are now over 150 students in school, with 4 classrooms, a chapel, an office, and a playground. Each child also receives a hot lunch every day. A medical and dental program have been added and a security fence is also being built. So much good change has happened in Momance, yet there are still some things greatly needed.
A Bright Future with Educated, Empowered, Healthy Citizens
Making a Positive Difference in their Community and World.