They are the 4 young leaders of Fútbol Más Haiti that go to Russia 2018
Some years ago, Mikelida Michel, Cynthia Joseph, Michelet Laurent and Jean Denis Anderson did not think about the importance Fútbol Más could have in their lives anymore. They began to participate in socio-sports workshops in their schools in Port-au-Prince and to commit themselves to training young leaders , being referents in the socio-sporting classes and in the school. Today his dream of taking a piece of Haiti to other corners of the world becomes a reality. They will be part of the FIFA Foundation Festival (formerly Football for Hope) in Moscow, in parallel to the Russia 2018 World Cup. Here is their little story:
She is 16 years old, she lives in Bon Repos and the word that represents her the most is joy. Mikelida is a young woman who studies at Divine Providence School who dreams of sharing her ideas with other people respecting different points of view. What she expects from this trip: “To be able to teach others what she knows and to be able to receive from others what they know,” she says.
She is 15 years old, she lives in Canaan and the word that represents her the most is happiness. Cynthia is a young woman who studies at the Du Bas Canaan school that dreams of always meeting other people and sharing their ideals. What he expects from this trip is “to share the powerful culture of my country and to make new friends to exchange our dreams and joys,” he says.
He is 16 years old, lives in Canaán and represents him most is that he is faithful to his dreams. Michelet studies at the Du Bas Canaan school and dreams of meeting new people and being able to teach them their knowledge and learn more about them. “I want to meet other new people, share our experiences no matter what countries we are from,” he says.
Jean Denis Anderson
She is 15 years old, lives in Canaan and the word that represents her the most is sincerity. Jean Denis studies at the Du Bas Canaan school and dreams of being a person who can share with others through joy. “Being able to work as a team with other people with different cultures and dreams, motivates me to be cheerful and respectful of the diversity of people,” he says.
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