PRLog - July 15, 2014 - FORT MYERS, Fla. -- As part of its program to help the people in Haiti to address the challenge of self-sustainability, Love A Child, a nonprofit based in Fort Myers, has announced nearly 2,400 new jobs could soon be added to the Haitian economy. The largest marketplace in Haiti, Gwo Mache’ Mirak, is set to open in September 2014.
Grand Miracle Market
Gwo Mache’ Mirak, or the Grand Miracle Market, is a new commercial development consisting of 10-pavillion-
The new Grand Miracle Market will feature premier shopping, entertainment, and dining; all in a safe, clean environment which reinforces Haiti’s economy. More than 800 vendor stalls will be available for a variety of small businesses to participate.
Would-be marketplace vendors of produce, livestock, and handmade products and retail goods are encouraged to apply with Open Hand, Inc. (www.ohglobal.org)
Love A Child’s continuous efforts in sustainable development offer many opportunities for job creation in Haiti, as well as a meaningful way to empower the Haitian people to help themselves. To learn more about the Grand Miracle Market, visit: http://www.loveachild.com/
About Love A Child, Inc.
Love A Child, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit Christian humanitarian organization, serving the needs of children in Haiti. Founders Bobby and Sherry Burnette live year-round in Haiti at the Love A Child Orphanage. They are full-time missionaries who minister to the poorest of the poor in Haiti and working to spread the Word of God, showing Christ’s love by example. The Love A Child outreach programs include 14 schools, Love A Child Hope Center Orphanage, food distribution programs, the Jesus Healing Center, mobile medical clinics, and the sustainability initiative programs. For more information, please visit www.loveachild.com.
Contact: Rad Hazelip, Assistant Executive Director, Love A Child (239) 210-6107