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Eighty Haitian children now gave a chance at a new life.
-- Ferrell is the executive director of the Greta home -- academy she gives us a closer look inside the new school.
-- life changing for these children have the opportunity to come to a school like this.
-- -- Computers that had this.
Good quality teacher is.
And getting an education must not have that opportunity that we believe that it will change their lives.
-- this day forward.
That at least.
-- -- -- The movement through the -- there.
Nice to meet you.
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Some of the children that leaving here -- -- academy lost their parents -- to -- creek.
Many of them there parents are property Easter can and can't care for them.
So that Haitian government classifies -- children need parents to eat or orphaned -- house that Texas children here.
Mostly here in Haiti most children aren't you not have the ability to go to school.
All these school system here in Haiti is private -- you have to pay we should be.
So many children don't have the opportunity to go to school and getting it -- him.
Education is going to have focus on leadership management.
We also -- to offer some type of technical training.
Ford children meaning carpentry.
In mechanics and yeah.
Certainly focused on linguistic.
And learning another language is this in the higher paying salaries as translators working government.
We currently have 73 children.
We're caring more in our prayers have hit that they would.
Happy opportunities that it's any talent in there and our.
And other developed country would hand and that is to.
He -- educationally.
To provide -- and then give them better opportunity to succeed in life.
I want their dreams come true.
I don't want them to you re not be able to the Philippines due to lack -- education lack of skill set.
-- just being able they'll have a dream.
We want to instill that teacher in each of them that they can accomplish whatever they set out again.