Thousands of Haitians sought refuge in the United States after last year's devastating earthquake in Haiti. Many are young people, now enrolled in U. One high school in Florida is helping the students adjust. But Kerby Edme is not a typical student. Kerby is one of about 25 Haitian earthquake survivors enrolled here. Feeling isolated," Almanzar explains.
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Remember what it was like to be a teenager? Rather than worry about being popular, most of these kids are focused on surviving! On a recent trip to Haiti, I met with several teenagers who have faced big obstacles, but are persevering and dreaming about the future in spite of their difficulties. The idea is that these restaveks will have a place to stay, be able to eat regularly and have their basic needs met.
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Haitian Teens Leave Youth Clubs as Community Health Advocates
Champ-de-Mars Square has become one of the main refuges for street children, like Yolerne, photographed here in July , in Port-au-Prince. Like all those in her situation, she cannot shake off her fragile and nervous air when spoken to. Many young girls are faced with the same plight, and their number has grown since the earthquake of and Hurricane Matthew in , which destroyed hundreds of thousands of homes. Junior Fleurimont, a Haitian sociologist and professor at Jean Price-Mars University, refers to them as children totally cut off from their families, who choose or are forced to live on the streets on a permanent basis.
Sorry, but your browser cannot support embedded video of this type, you can download this video to view it offline. The year old, who received acclaim in Haiti in for his ingenious remote-control loaders and trucks made of scrap metal, saw a need to help his neighbors wash their hands without contaminating the faucet with the coronavirus. The teenager, who has no formal training in electronics, took a white plastic bucket, filled it with water, attached a mechanical faucet to dispense the water, and linked it to a blue plastic pedal, which powers it on and off. When people need to wash their hands, they simply step on the pedal to release water.
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