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The Haiti Micah Project is a nonprofit organization committed to addressing the needs of impoverished and uneducated children in Haiti. The mission is to assist the street children of Mirebalais in meeting their most basic needs, by providing food, clean water, health care, education, vocational training and emotional well being.
Learn about the amazing work that Father Joseph and the Haiti-Micah project are accomplishing.
Bio: The Reverend Joseph M. Constant, President
The Rev. Joseph Murrenz Constant is a priest in the Anglican/Episcopal Church. Currently, Rev. Constant works for the Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church as a Special Coordinator for Haiti. The task of the Special Coordinator for Haiti is to facilitate the multiple efforts among Episcopal churches, dioceses, networks, and organizations committed to the rebuilding of the Diocese of Haiti.
Rev. Constant holds a Bachelor's of Engineering from Northeastern University and a Master of Divinity from Virginia Theological Seminary. He served as the Assistant Rector at St. Timothy's Episcopal Church in Washington DC for almost two years, before assuming his current position at the Seminary. In 2005, he established, Haiti Micah Project, Inc. Rev. Constant has also recently published a book entitled No Turning Back: The Black Presence at Virginia Theological Seminary. Rev. Constant and his wife Sarah have two daughters, Claire and Christiana.