Bénicia Souffrant, better known as "Madan Janba", is the oldest living woman on planet earth in 2018. Madan Janba is 125 years old and lives in the locality of Moyette, 8th communal section of Petit-Goâve.
"Madan Janba" retains her mental capacity. She continues to think logically thinking; she argues and has a strong personality. Mrs. Jamba is unable to see very well. She has some hearing problems and sometimes complains of physical pains.
Officially, the oldest woman in the world is 118 year old Emma Morano who was born on November 29, 1899 in Italy. Due to our record keeping system, we may never be able to prove that Bénicia Souffrant, "Madan Janba", is in fact the oldest living woman on earth in the year 2018
Here is a picture of what is to be known as the oldest living couple in the area of spring valley. An Haitian Couple married for 82 years, Duranord and Jeanne Veillard
The couple were blessed with five children, all of whom would eventually join them in Spring Valley where they settled. Today, age has left his body weaker, but his mind and personality are as strong as ever, and his wife is still the quieter of the two, content to sit by his side and listen to his jokes or his singing. The Veillards, when they eventually pass, will be succeeded by their children, grand and great-grandchildren.
Here is a picture of Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe with an elderly Haitian Woman.
Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe Resigns under Mounting Political Pressure
Haitian Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe, under pressure from the government, civil society, and the international community, declared he was resigning from office on TV in the wee hours of Sunday morning. In his remarks he said he was leaving office ". . . with a feeling of accomplishment" That Saturday, President Michel Martelly, who had welcomed the suggestions of the Consultative Commission (CC), asked for Lamothe's resignation in order to break the gridlock of delayed general elections. Overdue by three-and-half years, it has caused wide-spread violent demonstrations in the capital and elsewhere in the country.
located in the North of Little Haiti Miami, Florida, Haitian Emmanuel Baptist Church was established in 1973 by Rev. Wilner Maxy. He has been pastor to this Community Church since and became a leader in community involvement. Pastor Maxy believes in working to magnify God through worship and service.
Emmanuel Haitian Baptist Church cares for the spiritual needs of the community as well as its current physical needs. It does its part by providing a variety of outreach services for the elderly and children in the community.
The church has been involved in charitable work in the Haitian community in Miami and also in Haiti with food, clothing and education for the community.
The Church is currently working on an ambitious plan to build a multipurpose center that will serve parishioners and the local community to promote growth through educational, social, economic, health and wellness services to children, youth, adult and senior citizens. The services include: daycare, art, theater, education, tutoring and daily living survival tool
Eglise Baptiste Haitienne Emmanuel
7321 NE 2nd Avenue
Miami, FL 33138