School Principal Joins Work
We’re delighted to announce that Josue (pronounced ‘jo sway’) Louis, has begun the work of implementing the Faculty of Agronomics, a department of the Wesleyan University Of Haiti, as our Principal. Josue comes to us from Cap-Haitien where he was a teacher, having graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Agronomy from the North Christian University of Haiti, with the additional expectation of graduating as a lawyer from the University of Haiti’s Faculty of Law & Economic Sciences (part-time) in Gonaives in 2017. Curiously enough, Josue also worked as a research assistant with the University of Guelph in 2013/14 on a food security project in Limonade, Haiti. Mr Louis is fluent in French, Kreyol and English, and we have found him to be a man of good character with a genuine passion to help those disadvantaged in Haiti.
Josue’s top priorities will be 1st year curriculum development, student applicant screening, school certification with the Department of Education, pilot/ test farm preparation and teaching staff recruitment. We are confident that he will excel in this pivotal leadership role in partnership with us at LimeAid. Welcome Josue!