# Oim

On 13 October 2016 in Jérémie, Haiti, (right) Mylove Théogène, 8, sits with other girls near her home. Myloves family stayed in their home on a hilltop until their home collapsed around 5:00am on the night Hurricane Matthew struck Haiti. Then, the family then moved to a school house for shelter. "I thought I was going to die. I thought my family would all die" said Mylove. The family of five lost their father in February 2016, when he fell from a tree while collecting fruit for the family to eat. "When I grow up I want to go to school" Mylove remarks as a second-grader who has not been to school at all in 2016. More than one week after Hurricane Matthew, as schools re-open across the country, more than 100,000 children will be missing out on learning after their schools were either damaged or converted into shelters. ANSA/UFFICIO STAMPA UNICEF ++ NO SALES, EDITORIAL USE ONLY ++
On 13 October 2016 in Jérémie, Haiti, […]

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