Monique became a CNP monitrice in 2001. She enjoys working for CNP because it allows her to become better acquainted with her community everyday and increases her overall knowledge of health issues. The best part of her job is growing closer to the children in her care with every passing day. CNP and the work it does remains so important to the community to provide the support that ill children need to become healthy. Monique is a mother to one child and loves to eat vegetables.
Lourdy St Pierre
Lourdy became a CNP monitrice in 2012. She enjoys working for an organization directly responsible for bringing an end to malnutrition in Leogane. She always has a great time at the monitrice nutrition trainings, and feels CNP is an important leader in the fight against malnutrition and free family planning services and education. Lourdy likes to eat a balanced diet.
Nadege began working with CNP in 2003. The aspect she loves most in her job as a monitrice is the ability to act; she is able to help mothers and children attain good health and become acquainted with many adults and children in the community. Through CNP, she also gets to participate in a health committee and women’s group in her community, which Nadege thoroughly enjoys. Nadege sees CNP as an important part of Haiti because of all the work done for mothers and children who might otherwise endure malnutrition silently. Nadege is a happy mother of two children and loves to eat meat stew.
Marie Chantale Vilard
Chantale joined CNP back in 2001. She loves being able to help her friends and all the children in her community have access to the healthcare they need through working as a CNP monitrice. She enjoys participating in the monthly monitrice trainings offered by the organization and feels CNP is vital to the community as it’s the only organization focused on helping mothers to prevent malnutrition in their children. Chantale has five children of her own and enjoys eating rice with bean sauce and vegetables.
Jorane joined the CNP family in 2013. She enjoys rising to the challenge of learning and working in ways she’s never experienced before. Through CNP, Jorane is an important actor in the work to decrease malnutrition, educate the community on the recommended foods in eating a well balanced diet, the benefits of breastfeeding and drinking treated water, practicing family planning methods, and rehabilitating children affected by malnutrition.
For Jorane, CNP Challenges monitrices to work and learn in ways they’ve never experienced before. She is proud to say that she no longer sees children dying from malnutrition in her community. When she isn’t working as a monitrice, Jorane enjoys spending time with her children and eating good stew.
Mimose joined on with CNP in spring of 2013. As a mother of one child, she recognizes that the program is essential to battling malnutrition in the community. She also loves the opportunities provided to monitrices that increase their knowledge and encourage them to perform better in their daily work overall. Working as a monitrice for CNP undoubtedly enables Mimose to stand out as a leader in her community. In addition to receiving her pay in a timely fashion, Mimose loves being a part of an organization that is dedicated to creating community among its employees with its end of the year parties where everyone enjoys good food, drink and lots of fun. CNP is so important because it helps locals work in their own communities to save children from the evils of malnutrition. Mimose takes pride in working to follow up with the children in her care each month, as well as the pregnant women she encounters. CNP also cares about its employees! It teaches the monitrices how to care for their own health, how to eat well and prevent communicable disease like malaria. She enjoys stew.