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Success Stories

One day, while walking through the community of Montrouis, Dale Moyers ran into an eight year old girl, named Mole'ne. She was one of five children whose parents had just recently passed away. Her aunt, who he was already familiar with, took in two of the children, both girls. Already having five children of their own, the family could only afford to send one of the two girls to school. This meant that eight year old Mole'ne could not attend school. Instead, she would have to watch each day as her sister, and other children living in the community, went to school while she stayed home. This was a heart wrenching experience for Dale. The next morning he went by this little girl’s house and gave her a doll. This was the first time Dale saw her smile. It was important too that he find someone to sponsor this child. Now, because of the kindness and generosity of one sponsor, this little girl will be attending school and begin enjoying some of the things in life that sometimes we may take for granted.

Six year old Carsange was brought to the mission’s gates. His loving grandfather sobbed as he told Dale Moyers that he did not have the  funds or resources to take care of his grandson. He was so desperate he was going to give his grandson to a restaurant so that he could live and work there. Never has LCM been given the opportunity to help a child as they have Carsange. Dale asked, 22 year old and LCM employee, Alex Binot to help. Alex simply said Carsange would become his son. Carsange, now a young man who volunteers for LCM and is still living with Alex's family, attends the Institution Educative Excellence De Montrouis and is in the top of his class. He is a happy and healthy soccer player and nothing makes the mission happier than knowing we have in fact saved this boy’s childhood.

 Macline has a warm personality, a big smile, and a beautiful singing voice. She also has Osteogenesis Imperfecta (OI), known sometimes as “brittle bone disease,” a disorder that disturbs bone growth. Her mother states that she was born this way. Macline is unable to stand, walk, or crawl and sits with her fragile legs crossed in front of her. She does have full use of her hands with limited finger dexterity and arm movement. She is able to talk and loves to sing. She also dances “from the waist up.” Macline lives with her parents and two brothers—Edg and Peterson.
Macline has spent most of her life sitting on the ground, and therefore she seldom interacts with others at eye level. However, with the mission’s help, positive things are happening for Macline. She now has a sponsor and attends the mission school! A variety of adaptive equipment has been purchased and/or constructed to assure her safety and enhance her learning environment, such as a high-standing chair to elevate her to eye level. The mission has purchased a “jogging stroller” to allow Macline mobility about the village without risk of bone fractures. The mission wants to improve Macline’s quality of life. We want her to be the best she can be, free to pursue her own interests and goals. We want to help her expand her horizons, build her confidence, and give her hope and inspiration to realize her dreams. We know that anything is possible with God on our side.

“No one should be denied the right to survive and anyone and everyone can do something to make a difference in the lives of our closest neighbors.”
Dr. Paul Farmer, M.D., Founder of “Partners in Health.”

For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in, I needed clothes and you clothed me, I was sick and you looked after me, I was in prison and you came to visit me.
-Matthew 25: 35-36
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