Caiman | Haiti


Education - Caiman - Haiti
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United Christians International (UCI) believes that a solid, Christian education is key to addressing both spiritual and physical poverty within communities. UCI now operates 2 elementary schools and a high school, providing education to over 1300 children, as well as a Christian university and tech school for over 900 students!

Elementary School

“Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it.” Proverbs 22:6​

UCI is committed to providing a biblically-based education and utilizes certified teachers. There is a scholarship program that allows students the opportunity to go to school. At UCI, the parents are encouraged to work once a month at the school to help pay back and invest in their child’s education. Justin Mompremier ensures that the teachers adhere to the national standards of education as well as UCI's standards for spiritual formation.

Just $15 USD per month provides a child with a quality Christian education and a meal each day.

UCI University

“A Biblically-transformed life that will transform the lives of the Haitian people and the world”

UCI opened the university in 2012 with 80 students and has now grown to over 900 students. The university has a science lab, computer lab, dissection lab, clinic, and Internet in the classrooms, all for use in building up well-rounded, well-trained students. On all levels of schooling, a scholarship program allows students the opportunity to go to school. All university scholarship recipients have work-study, behavioral, and academic requirements. Lamour Mompremier is the board member that oversees the dorm life at the university, helps with disciplinary issues, and verifies that accreditation requirements will be met. The following programs are currently offered at the accredited university:​

  • Theology (4 years)
  • Agriculture Science (5 years)
  • Nursing (4 years)
  • Medical Doctor (6 years)
  • Elementary Education (3 years)

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Impossibility, with God, becomes reality

Although educational opportunities for high school graduates are rare, with God all things are possible. Kencio and Wilner are two examples.

Kencio is a nursing student who took the exam to become an anesthesiologist. The competition was fierce with hundreds applying, but he came in seventh in the nation! 

Wilner is from deep in the mountains where there is no road access, running water or electricity, and where the nearest clinic is a 12-hour walk away. Due to financial reasons, Wilner was unable to attend college; however, a scholarship enabled him to enter the medical program! Today he is a licensed, practicing doctor planning to go back, with a classmate, to his home community to serve as a doctor and open a health center. Praise the Lord for making the seemingly impossible a reality!

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