EVERYTHIG STARTED BACK IN JULY 2006
On July 2006, a young leader by the name "Iflobert Predelus" met with a few of his friends to discuss how they can give back to the community where they came from in Haiti. The meeting was held in Naples Florida, they came with the conclusion of doing an event every July 21st and 22nd of every year to open the way for tourism to come in the area, and they seated down with the local leaders who lives in that community and created the organization and they name it "UJDEC", that was the first name being used meaning in french "L'union des Jeunes pour le développement des cotes-de-fer."
"Cotes-de-fer" is located in the Northwest State of Haiti, City of Mole-St-Nicolas. Mole-St-Nicolas is divided into three sub-cities called "section", and Cotes-de-fer is the first One, second Mare-Rouge, and the third is Dame. OJCME been doing charity work in the whole Mole-St-Nicolas City.
Now Starting in 2023 OJCME back where it started in Naples florida to provide the same service in south florida. OJCME is growing at a fast pace due to the great work we have been doing in the communities.
The mission won't stop, and say thank you to all our supporters, without you support we wouldn't accomplished nothing, may God bless you all.
Oct - 2023 - inprogress
Water Fountain in Folin
OJCME is currently building a new water reservoir in folin, which is a small village in cotes-de-fer Mole-st-Nicolas. this water will be taken from a nearby cavern 30 ft deep underground. go to the menu click on Projects choose water fountain for videos and pictures.
Feb - 2017- inprogress
OJCME Community Center
July 2017, OJCME started to build their first community center to support youth and receiving most of the main events like; wedding, funeral, graduation, festival, after school programs and more..
OJCME Family Clinic
On June 2010 OJCME open the first community clinic in Dame-Marie Mole-St-Nicolas "Centre de Sante de Dame-Marie". Now servicing more than 10 nearby villages first aid level. the Clinic cannot proving major services due to lack of equipments and other important resources. most of the nurses who works there are being volunteer, PJCME cannot have afford to put them on payroll yet.
Please we are welcoming all kind of support for the Clinic: medical supplies, Medications, donations, mobile clinic visitors are welcome as well.