Published on October 19th, 2013
And with a little help from our friends...
Following The PEACE Fund's decision to support Ingrid Barjen, we are delighted to be able to announce that our friends over at COMBAT RADIO have decided to step in and assist with another 4 children.
Catherina is a healthy girl without any physical or mental disabilities. She was born on April 13, 2011 and arrived at Mercy & Sharing Village on November 24, 2011.According to Claire Metilde, her housemother, Catherina is a special child. She is constantly seeking the company of others, regardless of their ages. She also LOVES to share toys with the other children! Catherina has a healthy appetite and likes milk and fruit. Her future is bright because of your support!
Jacques arrived at M&S Village in 2010. Even though Jacques has been with them for 2 years, he remains a very shy and reserved little boy. Jacques’ housemother, Sonine Jacquet, constantly encourages other children to go to Jacques and invite him to play with them. It is heartwarming to see the other children reaching out to Jacques.Jacques’ favorite thing to do is play with his ball. Jacques goes to school at M&S Learning Academy and is in kindergarten. He seems to have good connection with his friend, Kelly Rood. Jacques eats everything and especially likes milk. He is a healthy little boy!
When Nory arrived at M&S he was very frail. The doctor placed him in the infirmary so that special care could be provided for him to regain strength. Thanks to the staff and the tenderness of his housemother, Odile Pierre, Nory gradually got stronger and started to smile! Nory has made a lot of progress since his arrival. He is a happy little boy who loves playing with cars and with his friend Franky Barker. Nory has a small appetite but does not refuse milk and yogurt. His balance is still not good and he is not yet strong enough to go to preschool, but he is making progress. The doctors are optimistic because they see Nory getting stronger each day!
Fayenie is a healthy little girl who arrived at Mercy & Sharing Village at the age of seven months. Fayenie has a great appetite and loves milk and yogurt.Fayenie is a cheerful child who enjoys the company of others. She is still very young and delicate, but she is getting stronger everyday. Idalia Pierre, her housemother, has worked with great tenderness and care to help Fayenie grow and learn in a pleasant and loving atmosphere. She says “It’s hard for anyone to resist Fayenie when she is giving you the Minnie Mouse eyes!”