“Piti, piti, wazo fe nich li. / Little by little the bird builds its nest.” -Haitian proverb


ISA reached out to the leadership of Faith Church and asked them to deliberate and propose some viable humanitarian solutions. ISA's mode of operating is "to strategically and collaboratively align ourselves with leaders and groups to mutually design and implement sustainable humanitarian, educational, and leadership initiatives." Faith Church returned with two proposals. They desire to establish a medical clinic and a nutrition center for their community of Madeline


In response to their requests, we have reached out to our friends, Dr. Renaud Gerve and Pro-Famille Clinique in Cap-Haitien, and solicited their assistance in establishing a monthly medical clinic at Faith Church. Gratefully, they have agreed. On Friday, July 1, we held a trial clinic.


Following the trial, all parties involved will discuss the outcomes and the viability of establishing a monthly community clinic. If the answer is "yes," ISA will commit to raising the necessary funds to establish the clinic. 


Please pray for us as we undertake this challenging initiative.


In the Fall of 2022, ISA will launch a new school, the BOYO Academy. BOYO will build bridges connecting people and cultures from all ethnic backgrounds within Haiti and to distant cultures from around the world. BOYO creates opportunities for the people of Haiti to thrive locally and internationally.  


ISA is preparing to launch a nationwide training initiative to churches across Haiti with our "Fertile Soil" project. We need a TEAM.


We need people who will help us develop and implement this training ministry, both in the U.S. and Haiti.


We need:

  • leaders to serve as trainers to churches in Haiti
  • writers and experienced small-group leaders to create training materials
  • tech support, videographers, and editors

To learn more, contact michael@internationalstrategicalliance.org


In August, a devastating earthquake struck Haiti's South and Grand'Anse regions. ISA’s response was to partner with local Haitian leaders that have a working knowledge of the region and the means to go directly to the most neglected sufferers. Led by ISA Director David Michel, "Haitians Helping Haitians" uncovered five overlooked, vulnerable communities. Immediately, temporary shelter was provided for those who lost their homes. Later, business accounts were financed, and entrepreneur training was provided to establish a sustainable path to recovery. Thank you to everyone who donated to this emergency, and to David and his team.

ISA  .  PO Box 307  .  Walton, KY 41094  .   859.938.9070   .   contact@internationalstrategicalliances.org

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