The Minister also invited young people to study in order to be intellectually equipped to face competition and make themselves useful to society. He also encouraged them to believe in their potential, to practice mutual respect, to cling to civic and patriotic values.
Croix-des-Bouquets, Sunday, November 25, 2018.- As part of his mission to work with the actors of sub-sectors Youth, Sport and Civic Action, Minister Edwing Charles met with thirty notables and young people of the commune of Ganthier, this Sunday, November 25, 2018, at the Parish of Our Lady of Assumption of Lamardelle . This meeting was a new opportunity for him to remind participants that they have a responsibility to work for the advancement of their community and the country while changing their thinking.
“Nature hates emptiness. If we do not occupy our thoughts of positive things, negative things will settle there, “said the holder of the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Civic Action who believes that we can remedy the juvenile delinquency to the prevailing situation of violence in the country, to poverty … by redirecting our thoughts to constructive action, which can propel the country towards development and progress.
“Nobody is born in greatness but by their culture, their choice, their actions, some people become famous You must follow their examples in order to make a success of your life and to contribute positively to the construction of Haiti “, he exhorted
M. Charles has also invited young people to study in order to be intellectually equipped to face the competition and make themselves useful to society. He also encouraged them to believe in their potential, to practice mutual respect, to cling to civic and patriotic values.
Knowing that sport is a vector of social cohesion and development, the Minister Charles was favorable the project of community members to found a football team representing the municipality of Ganthier.
The number 1 of the MJSAC took the opportunity to go to Galette Chambon to kick off the inaugural match of the tournament organized as a prelude to the celebration of the feast of Our Lady Immaculate on December 8.
He was delighted by his meeting with the Parish Priest, the Reverend Father Didi Horace and members of the community of Lamardelle, and reaffirmed its commitment to listen to the youth and accompany it, not to mention the sportsmen and the citizens according to the wishes of the administration Moses-Céant, determined to lead the country on a path of stability and progress