In a second interview with KRFP’s Words and Music Show host Nancy Casey, Abner Sauveur, co-director of the Matenwa Community Learning Center on the island of LaGonave in Haiti discusses agriculture, education, and the relationship between French and his native language Haitian Creole.  Sauveur is visiting Moscow, Idaho to learn English and find collaborators and financila assistance for his work in Haiti.  He is involved in grassroots projects in education, human rights, food security and environmental restoration.  He is also a major player in earthquake recovery efforts in his region.
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