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Dear Ambassadors, Partners, and Donors:



We thank you for your willingness to learn more about the Projects we have been called to serve. The mission of our organization is to provide humanitarian assistance through churches and charitable organizations to the southern area of Haiti and in those mountains in Arnaud.


Jericho7 Arnaud Projects, Incorporated and referred to as JAPI was founded by Joseph and Eunide Benjamin in 2010 following the devastating earthquakes in Haiti in January 2010.  Prior to the 2010 earthquakes in Haiti we felt the spirit of God leading and guiding us to build a testament or legacy to glorify God and moving us to serve God’s people worldwide.  Though we did not know how, we knew for at least three years prior to the 2010 devastation in Haiti that God was working on us to do a powerful service for His glory, for His children.  In 2010 we witnessed with our eyes and spirit that we needed to help the people of Haiti! Thus, our first project being led by Him for His glory was implemented and JAPI was founded.


On December 31, 2011, the Georgia Secretary of State officially recognized JAPI as a nonprofit corporation; and now, a 501(C)3 non-profit charity.


It is our prayer that you will be willing to partner with the work of JAPI.In 2010 we immediately recognized that the people of Haiti were in dire need to receive: (a) the Mercy of God; (b) health care services; (c) education; and (d) food to nourish their bodies.  The goal of JAPI is to rebuild Haiti, the lives of the people of Haiti.  To rebuild the lives of the people we need to re-build Haiti, one community at a time, and to build a community we must have free God, schools, food, and a hospital.  In over eight years JAPI has laid the foundation to rebuild Haiti with each mission effort.  JAPI has provided medical care to about one thousand people yearly with more than two thousands patients in our care.  JAPI is providing education and food to more than 500 children.  JAPI has helped to build/restore churches in southern Haiti Sinta Baptist Church(part of First Baptist Church of Arnaud), Church of God (Eglise de Dieu Cite D'Arnaud), and others.  JAPI has done prison ministry in Anse a Veau and has provided medical assistance and God’s word to more than 200 inmates.Since then JAPI has donated  millions of dollars in medical care, and other assistance to the people of Haiti though our partners.


JAPI is raising funds to build, equip, and staff a hospital, an orphanage, and a technical school that will serve more than 50,000 people in Arnaud and surrounding villages.  The technical school is needed for villagers to learn various skills and receive training beyond secondary school to provide for themselves, the needs of their families, and their communities.    So many Haitians have to walk for hours to receive medical help and needless to say many die because they are too ill to walk for help.


JAPI is keenly aware that the needs of the people are many and that the county is plagued with many ills.  We need in-kind donations, physicians, dentists, nurses, carpenters, plumbers, contractors, educators, and most importantly we need people who love doing what God would have us to do – be of service to others.  We are called to be people of action; people who engage in actively helping others.  We are called to give and to keep on giving because all that we have belongs to God!

you can donate via check, credit card, or PayPal.  We thank you for your support! The people of Haiti thank you in advance!



Peace and blessings,



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Joseph (Ben) and Eunide Benjamin

Co-founders of JAPI





Some quotes for your encouragement:

Generosity is an important part of following Christ. Here we learn that not only is generosity important for its own sake--but that God's generosity to us is reflects how generous we are with others.

In the Old Testament, God's people would give a tenth of their crops or animals to God. This was a sign that God owned the land and had blessed his people. Also, the tithe would be used to support the priests and Levites, and to help the poor.

Matthew 19:21
when Jesus is talking with the rich young ruler he tells him to sell all he has and give to the poor. The man leaves sad because he has great wealth. While we're not all asked to give everything to the poor, it's definitely something we should each think through.

Paul tells the Corinthians that they should give as their hearts determine. He says that God loves a cheerful giver and that God's grace will abound on all who give freely.

Did you know that the way that we give of our money, our possessions, and of ourselves is an evidence of our love for God?

It's fun to receive a gift, but it's more deeply satisfying to give a gift to somebody who truly needs it. Jesus taught that this attitude of giving should shape all of our life.

Paul praises one of the early Christian communities for giving beyond their means--despite their own financial difficulties; they did not hesitate to give what they had to those in need.





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