The Adventures Of Yaya
Yaya’s first adventure takes us to one of her favorite places to be on a bright Sunday morning, the backyard of Nana Pola. Nana Pola’s backyard is where Yaya learns the story about her forefathers and how much they enjoyed soup joumou. Yaya and her family had a great Sunday full of storytelling about heroes and mermaids all while enjoying a great bowl of Soup Joumou in Nana’s backyard.
Soup Joumou (Lakay grann Pola)
Effortlessly she embraces the rich history, culture and language of the first black republic of the world, Haiti which she enjoys sharing with her friends, classmates and even strangers. Her confidence and grace is rooted in a loving family that supports and allows her to be curious and explore life through the droplets of a summer rain and also the bumps and bruises that comes unexpectedly. Yaya is the friend or sister we all wished we had and with every adventure, we are left wanting more.
“Si ou vle ale pi rapid, ale pou kò w. Si w vle ale pi lwen, ale ansanm.”
Konbit se mete Fòs ansanm pou fè on travay pou w rive pi lwen.
Yaya anbake nan dezyèm Avanti li kote li menm ak Ti-Jhonny aprann kisa ki yon Konbit.
"If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together."
Konbit is putting together all the strength for a common goal. Yaya embarks on her second adventure where Ti-Jhonny and her learn about Konbit.