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Resolutions Around the World

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As 2022 begins, many people will participate in the age-old tradition of setting resolutions. Here are quotes from a few of the many ambitious people in Convoy of Hope’s programs regarding their hopes and goals for the future.

Marjorie

HAITI | CHILDREN’S FEEDING

“I would like to have a business to buy several goods in other countries to sell in Haiti.”

Lucienne

HAITI | AGRICULTURE

“What I experienced as difficulties in life, [my children] do not undergo the same thing.”

Kidan

ETHIOPIA | WOMEN’S EMPOWERMENT

“I want to have my own house. I don’t want to live in a rental house forever. I wish for a better living place and better education for my children. To fulfill my dreams, I need to work hard and use my income wisely.”

Kamau

KENYA | CHILDREN’S FEEDING

“To join the greatest university in the world once I am done with high school.”

Bhakt

NEPAL | AGRICULTURE

“I want to be a successful farmer and want to empower my family economically in the future.”

Ernst

HAITI | AGRICULTURE

“To ensure the education of my children.”

Catherine

ZIMBABWE | WOMEN’S EMPOWERMENT

“I want us to achieve much and have enough as a family to also give to others in the community.”

Manuela

GUATEMALA | WOMEN’S EMPOWERMENT

“I hope my family can help others overcome any situation.”

Sachini

SRI LANKA | CHILDREN’S FEEDING

“My future ambition is to become a doctor.”

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