I got to visit the school for the first time recently, and now I'll be teaching English there two hours a week! My first day is next Tuesday, and I'll be teaching the woodworking students. It should be a fun, regular task to add to my otherwise chaotic and random schedule.
Not only are the students learning trades they can use to get jobs, they are engaged in the community in Corporant and all over the Central Plateau through construction and agricultural products.
For example, together with Zanmi Agrikol (Partners in Agriculture) they are involved in a Family Assistance Program that helps small farmers improve their productivity and standard of living.
|Female papaya plant|
|Male papaya plant|
|Gillaine Warne, Director of Zanmi Agrikol--pretty sure she knows everyone in Haiti.|
|Maxo and Bosquet, two of the agronomists at ZA|
|Solar powered water system|
|The famous Artibonite|