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Moyopo-Djouguem Family Dedication

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     Clovis, Fany, Johanne (8), Arthur (6) and Grace (2) are excited for a new chapter in their lives. A two-bedroom, one bathroom apartment has been too crowded for the Moyopo-Djouguem family, and they’ve lived in various locations since immigrating to the United States in 2012.

     “My main motivation for moving to the United States was because I love my children,” Clovis said. “I want a better future for them.”

     Clovis found out about Habitat Kent’s homeownership program through his brother, another Habitat Kent homeowner, and he feels blessed that his family “can have a new start.” This new start means a quality education for the children and a continued education for both Clovis and Fany. Clovis wants to eventually continue his education in the health care field while Fany is studying to become an electrician.

     Home means stability for the Moyopo-Djouguem family. “When you have stability, family life can be better,” Clovis said. Stability means no more moving apartment to apartment or switching schools for the kids. “I can’t wait to come home from work in the afternoon, take a deep breath and say home sweet home.” The children are also ecstatic to also take a deep breath of fresh air now that they have a yard in which to play.

     The first thing the Moyopo-Djouguem’s plan on doing in their new home is to invite family over to give thanks. Clovis was appreciative of everyone who, “Took the time to listen to our story and care for our family. I want to thank everyone involved in the process.”

     We’re blessed to partner with passionate and dedicated families such as the Moyopo-Djouguem’s. Homeownership has been their family’s dream for a new start. Many hands and hearts go into a Habitat home, so on behalf of the Moyopo-Djouguem family, thank you for helping provide them a new start.

“My main motivation for moving to the United States was because I love my children,” Clovis said. “I want a better future for them.”

Clovis found out about Habitat Kent’s homeownership program through his brother, another Habitat Kent homeowner, and he feels blessed that his family “can have a new start.” This new start means a quality education for the children and a continued education for both Clovis and Fany. Clovis wants to eventually continue his education in the health care field, while Fany is studying to become an electrician.

Home means stability for the Moyopo-Djouguem family. “When you have stability, family life can be better,” Clovis said. Stability means no more moving apartment to apartment, or switching schools for the kids. “I can’t wait to come home from work in the afternoon, take a deep breath and say, home sweet home.” The children are also ecstatic to also take a deep breath of fresh air now that they have a yard in which to play.

The first thing the Moyopo-Djouguem’s plan on doing in their new home is invite family over to give thanks. Clovis was appreciative of everyone who, “Took the time to listen to our story and care for our family. I want to thank everyone involved in the process.”

 

We’re blessed to partner with passionate and dedicated families such as the Moyopo-Djouguem’s. Homeownership has been their family’s dream for a new start. Many hands and hearts go into a Habitat home, so on behalf of the Moyopo-Djouguem family, thank you for helping provide them a new start.

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