Jacques Julmice


Le créole haïtien ‒ langue à la lumière de la théorie de Claire Lefèbvre (1998), qui a pris naissance entre les années 1680 et 1740 grâce à des locuteurs appartenant depuis leur origine africaine au groupe linguistique du Niger-Congo, principalement des langues Kwa ‒ est à côté du français l’un des moyens d’expression de la littérature haïtienne. Dans cette littérature née au lendemain de 1804, s’il a fallu qu’on attende 1884 pour qu’il y soit publié le premier texte en créole ‒ Choucoune du grand poète Oswald Durand ‒ la littérature d’expression créole par contre existait des siècles avant.  

En effet, à Saint-Domingue ‒ devenue Haïti à partir de 1804 ‒ le créole était incontournable. À telle enseigne, les décrets et proclamations des commissaires comme Santonax et Hédouvile ont …………………

An elementary school in Haiti and a growing network of Creole advocates are working to break down learning barriers, that according to them, exist because instruction in Haitian schools is in French while most kids speak Creole at home An article in the Global Press Journal looked at the case of the school Liv Ouvè. It is a rare school, in a country of overwhelmingly Creole speakers, that teaches in Creole. Sonia Secours jean, a first and second grade teacher now approaching her first year there, believes this is an improvement.

When we started our foundation 20 years ago, the world was, in many ways, very different from the one we live in now. It was before 9/11, before the Great Recession, and before the rise of social media.

Then, as now, there was no shortage of worthy causes, and there was a good argument to be made for investing in many of them. We’d known for a while that we wanted to give away the majority of our wealth from Microsoft and use it to make people’s lives better. The challenge, of course, was how to do that in a meaningful and high-impact way.

10 things you should do 2 months before your mission trip

You step out of the van into this new community and you feel stressed. While traveling to your mission trip destination, you realized that you forgot a bunch of things in your scramble to pack your suitcase the night before. One of those things was your Bible, which hasn’t left its spot on your bookshelf since the last time you went to a Bible study almost two months ago.

You take a few steps from the van and synchronize a full-body stretch with a long yawn. Your sleep patterns have been a bit erratic the last few days and you are already looking forward to bed. Your teammates whom you barely know push past you, and seem excited to have arrived.

Located in the western portion of Hispaniola, Haiti is a creole nation that offers amazing opportunities to tourists and volunteers alike. Despite difficulties in the first decade of the 21st century, Haiti is slowly returning to normal. Haiti remains a particularly high traffic location for individuals going on missions and volunteer vacations, and there are perils in this country that are important to be aware of as well as key preparations that must be taken before departure.

When preparing for an impact trip, one of the first questions many people ask is, “What do I need to pack?”

We’ve scoured the internet and Pinterest, and determined that there really isn’t a lot of inspiration when it comes to what to wear on the mission field. You don’t need to break the bank to get ready for your trip. In fact, what you need to pack may already be in your closet. Here are some practical pointers and some pictures that we have found to be helpful.

Carry everything on the airplane you will need for the first 48 hours, in case of loss.

Passport and copy of your passport carried separately

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