Our Mission & Vision

Aid for Developing Countries (AFDC) is a non-profit 501.c.3 corporation set up for the express purpose of providing humanitarian assistance to disadvantaged people in developing countries.  If you share our concern for the health and welfare of the people of Haiti, please provide whatever assistance you can to one of our ministries.
 
AFDC Board of Directors
Our leadership team recognizes the authority of God, and realizes that we are shepherds who serve under the Chief Shepherd, Jesus Christ. We desire to devote ourselves to prayer and to our ministry in Haiti. Our passion and goal is to provide the spiritual and physical needs of the people of Haiti.  

 

Bill Moore, President

Bill and his wife Renita have been traveling to the country of Haiti for 20 years.  
 
 

 

Jim Young, Vice President

Jim Young has been involved in AFDC’s work in Haiti since 2008.   He is an environmental engineer who specializes in water treatment.    Consequently, his role in AFDC’s ‘Care for Haiti’ project has been to design, construct, and install filters on cisterns that supply clean water to schools in the Creve area.   He also arranged for repair of a well at the Salem school and installation of an electric pump in that well.    He also manages the demonstration garden and bee projects and assists as needed with the animal clinic.

 

Renita Moore, Secretary

Renita L. Moore has had a heart for Haiti since 1998.  She is a Registered Nurse and Home School Mom.  She coordinates our Mission trips and Sponsorship program.  She currently lives in Bella Vista, Arkansas with her husband Bill Moore (AFDC-CEO) and two children; Emily and Seth.  She also has 3 older children and 6 grandchildren.  Her hobbies are card making, paper beads and other crafts.  Renita is also the Director of the Missions’ programs in their church.

   

Sherry Young, Director

 

 

 

Gina Tynes

 Gina and her husband Otha along with 4 children moved to NorthwestArkansas from Van Buren, AR in 1995. They currently reside in Rogers with their two boys Josh and Michael still living at home.  She began serving the people of Haiti in 2006.  “The hands and feet of Jesus,” one of the greatest privileges we have as Christians. 

 

People of Haiti

     

Transportation in Haiti

     

Beauty of Haiti