Nicholas came from a humble background. His parents struggled to make ends meet. His father worked long hours at a local grinding mill while his mother worked in the small family garden, planting vegetables to sell and for the family to eat. With the family's hardships, it was very unlikely that Nicholas would be able to go to school. However, when Chalice came to the aid of the family, his dream of having an education came true. Read more....
Budding entrepreneur Djener was part of the first group of families in Haiti North who received a chicken coop with 50 chickens through the community poultry cooperative program. Sponsored in 2002 at the age of four, Djener has thrived in the program and is preparing to enter grade 12 this year.
This inspiring teen is already saving for the next expansion of his business with a goal to build a second chicken coop.
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