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Hello, I’m

Shervenson Saint-Charles

Sponsor this child
for
$40
per month.
ID# VC17852
Boy
Vieux-Caille, Haiti
02/11/2011
About Me:
Hi! My name is Shervenson. My birthday is February 11, 2011. My father is a farmer and my mother is a vendor. I have two brothers and no sisters. I help my family at home by mopping and carrying water home. The school subject I like most is Reading. Some of my favorite things are stew, playing soccer, and the color blue. When I grow up I want to be an agronomist.
About My Community:
I live in Haiti, which is a part of a beautiful island in the Caribbean Sea. We speak Creole, which is a form of French. In my community of Vieux Cayes, we eat foods like rice, beans, coarse corn, barley and breadfruit, which are cooked many different ways! Our home are typically made of cement block with straw or metal roofs. In my community, the adults have jobs that are centered around minor commerce, farming, gardening, and breeding animals. Farmers grow crops like green beans, potatoes, corn, and watermelon. Many people earn around $500 Haitian dollars each year, but that is not enough to support a family. We often get fevers, eye infections, colds, and stomachaches. Malnutrition is also a big problem because we do not have enough food, or even healthy foods to eat. I dream that someday my community would have a clinic with doctors and nurses to help us stay healthy, and that we would have food - healthy foods - so that we can grow up healthy. Maybe we would have a consistent supply of water for our crops. I also hope that there would be more jobs so families would not have to struggle so much.
Benefits of the Program:
Shervenson is educated in one of Lifeline's Christian schools. At our schools, students are educated by the standards mandated by their government, while experiencing God's love through the staff and educators and hearing His Word incorporated throughout their daily lessons. Students of all backgrounds and faiths are welcome at our Christian schools. The students also receive additional programs initiated by Lifeline, such as computer science and sports programs, lunch each school day, and health/dental care. Our goal is that every child leaves our schools realizing their full potential educationally, while embracing God's Word personally!

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