We were able to spend some time chatting with Manuacha recently. She grew up at the EBAC Orphanage. She's excited about her future and grateful for how much she has been blessed by her sponsors. We hope you can get a glimpse of her sweet personality and the joy that she exudes as she speaks!
Hey Manuacha! Go ahead and introduce yourself.
My name is Manuacha. I’m 30 years old. I’m married. I got married in August. And I’m expected to have a baby in May.
So where did you grow up?
I grew up at EBAC.
What are you doing now?
Now I’m studying to become a nurse in Cap Haitien.
Where do you live now?
Now I live in Morne Rouge.
When did you know that you wanted to go to Nursing School?
When I was a child at EBAC.
What are you most excited about for the future?
Becoming a mom. (as she smiles and laughs)
Can you tell me a little bit about how PKF Sponsorship has impacted your life?
I think PKF Sponsorship has impacted my life like something that I didn’t expect. Like, I didn’t know someday I would have somebody, someone who would think of me, about my future, my school and my life. And I know God is everything and I think the PKF Sponsorship is a good, good, good, good thing that God can put in someone’s life. Because without them, we don’t know what we gonna do without school. Studying to be a nurse…I didn’t know if I was finished at Christian Academy so I will have to go to be studying nursing…because I didn’t have someone like my parents or my family who can pay the school for me. And God put PKF Sponsorship in my life, on my path so they have me. And I am so glad that God gave us those people who are thinking about the Haitian people in Haiti to help them and may God bless them.
You already touched on this a bit…what would you like to tell anyone who is thinking about sponsoring a child?
I would tell them that the work they are doing…it’s a good work. No one, no one, even in Haiti or America, in state, people can pay them for that. Only God can pay them for that. And I know everyone at PKF Sponsorship who gives money for those in Haiti, God will give them more than that, more than they can give us. So I will pray for you, for them, so God can always give them more and more so they can have more to give in Haiti.
Manuacha's story is one of many that we're so excited to tell. It's a wonderful story about how consistent sponsorship can empower students and provide opportunities that otherwise wouldn't exist.