He is tall, which fits perfectly his ideal. Reverend Esmart Sainval does not look at things as others do. He always looks at opportunities in any situations while ordinary men see difficulties of all kind. This thought pattern surely explains his continuous smile while inspiring him with words that shock, jostle and motivate his interlocutor.
Esmath Sainval is 53 years old and bishop of Lieu de Vérité evangelical mission which was created in 2009. From the outset, the bishop clearly expresses his intention to participate in public affairs in order to change living conditions of Carrefour inhabitants. “I have never been a politician, he said proudly, but a humanist working for change in his community”. Additionally, he said, I have decided to be an active politician not to take advantage for myself or for self-visibility but to ensure a better representation of Carrefour in the Haitian parliament and voice for Carrefour inhabitants interests. That is the reason for why I keep saying "Kafou pral resi pale."
Bishop Sainvil was 39 years old when he got married and actually he has three children. Furthermore, he is Chief Executive Officer of Petits Génies Academy. He humbly confesses that his life has not always been a quiet river and that is why he did not get married earlier.
It would be a truism to say that success depends not only on set goals but also on life trajectory, origin, vision and way of using time. That is why it becomes interesting to look for people origin when we want to present them as success pattern. When it comes to Mr. Esmart Sainval presented as a success pattern, he was born on December 18, 1967 in a family of 13 children. He left Cavaillon which is his hometown to move in Carrefour in 1973. He holds a master's degree in theology, a bachelor in sciences of education and another one in law study.
He is actually attending a second master's degree in criminology at an University in Canada. Bishop Sainval is a hard worker. He started his professional career as english and philosophy teacher in many schools in Carrefour including Le collège de Côte-Plage, Cathérine Flon and Collège Elie Blaise. Then he spent twelve years working for United Nations in Haiti. Right after, he founded Petits Génies Academy which he has been running since 2009.
My life is successful, he said, replying to a question relating to his economic situation and standard of living. I am thankful to God for my success because he is the one who gave me strength and perseverance needed to face difficulties and obstacles on my way. I advise those who want to make their dreams come true to pray with faith, to work hard, to keep learning and to persevere.
???? Translated into english by Mackendy Jeunay
Journaliste et activiste culturel