Port-a-Piment is a small 6000 people town . It was destroyed by Hurricane Matthew.
The Mebsh Church in Port-a-Piment
On left the 6-classroom school, in the middle the home of Rev Benoit and on right the church building.
The Mebsh Church in Port-a-Piment.
From left to right: chruch, admin and generator building and the school.
Butler's Facebook message ten days after Hurricane Matthew.
Natalie with two ladies who have made baskets.
More basket makers.
Basket making workshot. Rev Benoit on the left.
More basket workshop women.
More basket makers. See manual water pump back on the right. Front right -in the bright red shirt is Butler Benoit, our interpreter, fluent in Haitian Creole, English and German.
School class in action.
Hand operated water pump at the church yard.
Entrance to the Mebsh church. Natalie, Butler and Butler's ada Rev Benoit.
Inside the church.
Inside of the church after Hurricane Matthew.
Entrance after Hurricane Matthew.
Port-a-Piment after Hurricane Matthew October 2016.
Butler's update on Fri October 21 2016