He lives with his father and his mother. He is responsible for carrying water, buying or selling in the market, and gardening. His father is sometimes employed and his mother is sometimes employed as a seller in the market. There are 5 children in the family.
Soccer, singing and playing with marbles are Lovson's favorite activities. in high school his performance is above average and he also regularly attends church activities, youth group, and camp.
Lovson lives in the mountainous community of Anse-a-Foleur, home to approximately 27,000 residents. Typical houses are constructed of cement and have corrugated iron roofs. The primary ethnic group and language is Creole.
Haiti occupies the western third of the island of Hispaniola in the Caribbean. It is one of the most densely populated and poorest countries in the world. Most Haitians are subsistence farmers who cultivate small plots of land around their mud-and-thatch homes. Most speak Creole, but their official lanuage is French.
In 1492, Columbus discovered Hispaniola and the island became the center of Spanish rule in the West Indies. The indigenous people were quickly wiped out and slaves were brought from Africa to populate the island. Slaves initiated a rebellion in 1791 and by 1803 they had succeeded in ending not just slavery but French control over the colony and achieved independence. Forty years later, the eastern part of the island split off to form the Dominican Republic.