This month Eliphete reports on the Joseph Family.
My name is Emmanuel Joseph, I was born in 1997 in Mirebalais, Haiti. I have lived in the HMP home since 2009 and have been helped by the organization since 2006. So before those four years I lived with my parents. Life was not so easy for me because my parents did not have enough to feed me and brothers and sisters. But, by the grace of God, I will be graduate from high school in two years. I would like to become a psychologist.
I have two older sisters and a younger brother and they live with my parents.
Victoria attends the feeding program and goes to school at Ecole Lycee Naitonal. She is waiting to hear whether she passed her final Haitian Exams required of any student to graduate from high school. She is attending the new vocational training center and is learning sewing and English.
Maranatha is in the feeding and education program. She attends École National Village Esperance. She is taking sewing in the new vocational training center.
Jorel is in the feeding and education program. He attends École National Village Esperance. He is taking English at the new vocational training center.
My family is very grateful to HMP and our sponsors for the invaluable benefits towards us.
Pictured Below: Victoria, Emmanuel, Jorel, Moranatha