The local youth at Limbé on the North Coast of Haiti have been dreaming for a school for the poor, less priviledge children for sometime. Clean water has been a problem all along. Since January,2010 after the Earthquake disaster, the JeLA orphanage has been flooded with refugees from Port-Au-Prince. Many fled the PAP area and went to the countryside because of the stench from decaying bodies. The population of the orphanage has more than doubled to over 325 in the two months. International aid groups have not been able to follow the refugees but have remained focused on the tent camps near PAP. As a result the orphanage has been hard pressed to feed and house the overflow. Lack of clean water is a major issue and disease among the children is rampant. A wonderful Charity in the USA called, ChristChurch and St. John's team has been sending direct financial aid via Western Union to our rep in Haiti but clean water is a crucial need.