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Following the recent Hurricane Matthew, efforts are being made to prevent the institutionalization of children and voluntary separation of children from their parents. The little girl is seven years old and has a smile that radiates from ear to ear. Nothing in her sparkling demeanour hints at the shadows of her past. Marie-Denise Augustin is one of 16 certified foster families in Les Cayes situated in the south of Haiti. Five years ago she opened her home and heart to little Sabrina.
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Marie-Denise is part of a programme where foster parents receive technical support and guidance, but no payment. Marie-Denise was one of the first women to provide a home to children who have been separated from their biological parents. Rooted in the belief that the best place for a child is with a family or a setting that emulates it, UNICEF supports the extension of the foster family network throughout Haiti, offering a sustainable and appropriate alternative to the institutionalization of children. Since this programme includes a formal certification process that each foster family must undergo. Foster parents like Marie-Denise receive technical support and guidance, not payment.
Their action is based on compassion and love, not financial interests. They did cover 50 houses with tarps, but that will only last a while with the heat, winds and rains that hammer their little houses. In that vein, Lord Willing, we will head to Haiti early Saturday morning with our team. It also would let me try to catch up on administrative duties that I got behind on while undergoing surgery and chemotherapy.
With the hurricane, we added 8 more people to the team, 6 to clear more trees and help aobut on roofs and 2 ladies to help with cooking and other jobs with a Ladies how about a little advice please in les cayes crew. Jo Marturano, a psychiatrist friend who normally comes twice yearly for 2 weeks will join us in Lauderdale for the rest of the journey, so it will be a busy week. However, we pray that lrs can get a lot advicd for Him and the people of Haiti who have suffered so much over the years. Please pray that we will have good flights and can connect up in Lauderdale, as we have 6 different flight plans to get there and one bus that leaves Port au Prince, so the last flight needs all 13 of us on board.
I also hope that I can briefly meet Dr. William in Port to encourage him and also give him a study manual I purchased for him to help him study and prepare better for the residency demands. Communications have been sketchy but I know it was hard for him to be stuck in Port when the storm was headed straight for his family home and he could not leave to be with them. We also are bringing most of our food, as not much is available in the markets where we usually could get much of what we need though we heard it is getting better, but I have never gone shopping, not on my skill set for Haiti.