CEMEAH Summer Camp 2007
The children were coached in singing, theater, conflict resolution, embroidery, floral art and painting
Mr. Kerly Blain of "Good Foods
Import Exports" donated the
t-shirts and the rice and sugar
distributed to each child
participant in CEMEAH/Fondation
Bienfaisance Summer Camp 2007.

Dr. James M. Shultz and Dr. Zelde
Espinel of the University of Miami,
DEEP Center also sponsored the
2007 Summer Camp.

The Office of the Mayor of
Port-au-Prince sent its
representatives to speak to the
children about positive values.

Fondation Bienfaisance, Inc sent
one of its directors to attend the
closing of the Summer Camp on
September 1, 2007 and pledge
continuous support for this
community endeavor.
Summer Camps
In collaboration with CEMEAH
(Combite pour l'Encadrement des
Enfants Abandonnés de Morne
l'Hôpital) and the Office of the
Mayor of Port-au-Prince, Haiti,  
Fondation Bienfaisance, Inc
sponsors summer camps for

Summer Camp 2007 has been our
first in this line of activities. The
experience was great and
unforgettable for the children and
the sponsor-organizations.  
The enduring theme of the
Summer Camp 2007 was a firm
stand against the Phenomenon of
"Restavek" (Child Labor).