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An update from our eldest (December 2020):


Woodlove LOUIS left the orphanage when she was 18 years old to start her training as a nurse.


She has just successfully completed her first year of studies and we are so proud of her!


She will make an excellent nurse.



 

We share here the testimony of Woodlove who is in Belgium for the moment and is welcomed as an au pair in a family while waiting to obtain the equivalence of her diploma to be able to continue her nursing studies in Belgium.


Hello,



My name is Woodlove. Since the age of 3 I have lived in an orphanage in Haiti.

In 2010, after the earthquake, we met the Ti Gout Dlo team who changed our lives.

Personally, I wouldn't imagine my life without them. In Haiti, many children do not have food. They live on the streets.

Thanks to Ti Gout Dlo, I had the chance to eat my fill, go to school, live in a house where you feel safe and do what I love the most. : music and song.

After my classical high school studies, I wanted to start studying Nursing Sciences. The Ti Gout Dlo team continued to help me with this.

So I did 2 years of study at the University of Notre Dame in Haiti. Unfortunately, due to the economic situation in the country, I could no longer continue my studies there.

The officials of the association succeeded, after many administrative procedures, in bringing me to Belgium in order to continue my studies if we obtain the authorization to enroll me in a school in Belgium.

I am very grateful for everything that has been done to help me. They changed my life which had become very difficult in my country.

I remember the time when Ms. Danielle Célicourt (our mom from the orphanage) met Ti Gout Dlo. She told us they were angels from heaven.

I thank the orphanage leaders who have taken care of me from a very young age until now and help me become a responsible adult and continue on this path that will lead me, hopefully, to becoming a registered nurse.



Thanks everyone !!


Woodlove LOUIS

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