Created through collaboration with HTC leadership, staff, graduates and input from Haitian Partners
What is our mission? "To build godly leaders of integrity in targeted communities so that Haitians rebuild their cities that have been ruined for generations.” Isaiah 61:1-4
Why? Now is the time for the people of Haiti to be a witness to the world for the splendor of God.
Our Values Compassion – Honesty – Respect – Integrity – Servant-hood – Trust What Change do we hope to see in the world? "Our vision is to transform lives of young men and women in Haiti, so, when they move back to their homes they will be able to share what they have learned with their communities. In order to prevent the next generation from facing the same problems they are experiencing today: drugs, alcohol, delinquency, fatherlessness, violence, etc. and to have greater effectiveness, we need a HTC Center in every major city province in Haiti." Dr. Julio Volcy, Executive Director
Theme 1: Education - Program Vision: Build program components that are relational and intimate in nature, and transformative as a result.
Theme 2: Development and Promotion Vision: Increase awareness of Haiti Teen Challenge and grow financial support across the U.S. and in Haiti; through fundraising that is cost effective, goal-oriented and growth-oriented build a sustainable ministry and fund the growth vision.
Theme 3: Leadership and Capacity Building Vision: Grow Haiti Teen Challenge in a biblical manner strictly adhering to the mission, values, yet recognizing the great need of the nation. Our focus is to raise up disciples in targeted neighborhoods of Port au Prince, similar to Borlosse, near our Delmas center. As our current and graduate student population grows in a neighborhood we will strive to establish impact clubs lead by graduate students to bring the good news of the gospel of Jesus to them. Reasonable goals over the plan horizon is approximately 60 young men in both the Phase One and Phase Two programs, 24 women in the women’s program and 3 impact clubs established in connected neighborhoods.
Theme 4: Economic Development - Promotion of local production Vision: Evaluate and launch business opportunities, which utilize HTC students and build an income stream for the HTC ministry.
Theme 5: Finance Vision: Function with utmost integrity, accountably and transparency, open to the inspection of all stakeholders at any time, to support the strategic plan of Haiti Teen Challenge.
Theme 6: Governance Vision: Provide documented processes with a biblical view that fosters high performance and support for the HTC Board, HTC Foundation Board, and the HTC management in achieving the mission and vision of the organization. To ultimately transfer all design, planning and decision making to Haitian Leadership.
For a more detailed version of the Haiti Teen Challenge 2017-2020 Strategic Plan please contact: Vicki Jefferis at email@example.com
Haiti Teen Challenge 740 East 24th Street Minneapolis, MN 55404 651.592.8774 (Vicki Jefferis)
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