A Place to Sit Down
In this post from Haiti, read how Fonkoze’s Chemen Lavi Miyò program has enabled Jesumène to set out on a road to a better life for herself and her large family.
“‘M gen yon ti kal tè pou m chita.’ That means, ‘I have a little spot of land where I can sit down.’ Before joining the program, she didn’t own even the ground that her shack was standing on.”
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