Birthday: September 15
Grade: Secondary 1 (High School)
A voracious reader, Junie-Anna is the proud bookworm of the Mission. With her vivid imagination, Tama prefers fantasy novels, her favorite being Saranormal. In school, Tama enjoys studying science, especially, classifying species within the animal kingdom. We hope her knowledge will be useful for a future career as a veterinarian. In fact, this ambitious animal-lover would like to start a malnutrition clinic for stray dogs in Haiti, inspired, no doubt, by the weekends she volunteers at the malnutrition clinic and holds the babies. Like her favorite animal, the wolf, Tama is fiercely loyal to caring for her pack, particularly those who are less fortunate whom she strives to help.
Updates from the Mission
Dan Wenkel and Dr. Beth Robelia, dedicated science teachers from Minnesota, returned with fellow educator and art teacher, Chris Weihe, for another engaging STEAM week in March. STEAM, which stands for science, technology, engineering, art, & mathematics, is...read more
Holy exclamations, Batman, that's a lot of alliteration! But there was also a lot of spirit as we celebrated the holy season. Over the weekend we honored some of our sports folks. We broke bread together on Christmas eve, and Manno, home from college for the first...read more
Last weekend, students at Have Faith Haiti were treated to an all-day field trip to an ecological reserve called Wynne Farm. Taking a multi-faceted approach to nature preserve, Wynne Farm is one of the few nature attractions, ecological parks, environmental schools,...read more
Science Week came to Have Faith Haiti, thanks to Dan and Beth Wenkel, two scientists from Minnesota who devoted an entire week to different science projects and lessons for students at every education level. First and foremost, a lesson on safety. Mirlande and...read more