Through the support of many churches, friends, families and patients, the Brad Reddick School opened in October 2006 in Savanette, Haiti. Savanette was a barren community without water, electricity, farming, or any opportunity for education. In the fall of 2009, 310 children are enrolled, but there are many more children who desire to attend classes. With God's help and donations two new classrooms and walls for the kindergarten have been added. The foundation has been completed for the computer lab and we will finish it as soon as donations allow.
With the generous donation of a specially designed wood burning bakery oven from Consolidated Biscuit in Toledo, Ohio, we continue to feed the children a muffin every day which is the only food most of them receive each day!
Missions International of America is a 501(c)3 Charitable Organization founded by Jay and Jan Nielsen in 2002. Their goal is to provide medical care, education, microeconomy and basic supplies to the people of Haiti.
* We built and currently operate the Brad Reddick School in Savanette, Haiti. The area never had education, clean water, economic opportunities or electricity.
* Over 300 children are fed a muffin every day which is all most of them eat.
* The people in this area have no access to medical care, so our medical clinics are crucial.
* Thanks to generous donations, we have lain 9000 fet of pipe and installed 13 water stations down the road.
* Many families now have drip irrigation.
* The new Ron Meier Farm Resource Center will house a guest facility, conference center and experimental plots allowing framers to learn new techniques.
Missions International of America
Brad Reddick School
103 Wentworth Court
Perrysburg, OH 43551