On the occasion of National Children's Day which is celebrated every second Sunday of June, according to the law of June 2, 1960, the President Michel Martelly, has sent his greetings and encouragement to all the children of Haiti, especially those living in the streets, restaveks and those orphans.
The Head of State has renewed his commitment and determination to enforce the rights of all children in the country. As the right to go to school, the right to receive quality care and the right to find ways that build their bodies and their minds.
In the struggle that he leads to change the lives of children, the Head of State is asking to all citizens, to put their hands together with him, to enable children to have a better tomorrow. The President of the Republic, recalls that "Today's children are tomorrow's adults. When we invest our emotions and means in them, it is in the dream of another Haiti even better that we invest."