Mitch Albom: Haitian student torn between college in Michigan and his earthquake-ravaged family (Detroit Free Press)

Esterline

Grade: Secondary 4

Nicknames: Tete and Teh Teh
Birthday: August 18

As bold as her favorite color—purple—Esterline loves to laugh, especially on her birthday. She is known for her big heart and compassionate nature around the Mission, as she is always willing to help others. She has a passion for music and dancing. Her favorite subjects in school are writing and journalism. Tete would like to be a physical therapist when she grows up “to help injured people get strong” again, or a traveling nurse or social worker, each a perfect blend of her love of sports and caring nature.

Updates from the Mission

News from Haiti after Saturday’s Earthquake // UPDATES

UPDATE, October 3: Siem Lafleur and his mother, Clodine, pose in front of where Clodine is now living in Edward, Haiti, after the earthquake hit on Aug. 14, 2021. Mitch Albom wrote about Siem leading relief efforts, and the emotion toil of being torn between college...

In Loving Memory of Mr. Phedre

It is with great sadness that we share the sudden passing of a beloved teacher at the Have Faith Haiti Mission, “Mr. Phedre.”

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