Moise

Grade: Alumni
Birthday: January 1

Nickname: Moses

Moïse is a shy, tall jokester. But even as a young man, he is already driven to change Haiti for the better. With the power to improve the country, his agenda would include to help create jobs, build schools to educate the public, promote agricultural and ecological awareness, eliminate crime, and clean up Haiti’s streets. With his remarkable ambition and love of math, we hope this future accountant will be able to crunch the numbers and bring his dream of helping Haiti a reality. He’s a huge soccer fan and is responsible for starting the first Have Faith Haiti Soccer Tournament in 2013, which is now an annual event. He’s currently working in Haiti.

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.”