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Allan Drash Clinical Fellowship 2018

Ysnel Victor

was awarded the Allan Drash Clinical Fellowship for 2018

Ysnel Victor has been a social worker with Kay Mackenson since May 2017. He was previously a social worker in centers for orphaned and needy children and adolescents.
Born July 10, 1984 in Pestel, Haiti, from a very modest family with 3 children of which he is the eldest. In Pestel, he spent his first 15 years with their grandparents. After primary school in 1999, he entered Port-au-Prince to pursue classical studies. In 2005, he graduated Bacc I and in 2006, he completed the classical studies by obtaining the bacc II diploma. At that time, there were two baccalaureate degrees in Haiti: Bacc I and Bacc II.
During the year 2006, he entered the Faculty of Human Sciences of the State University of Haiti, on the basis of competition, to study social work for 4 years. Because he has always been passionate about the humanities and social sciences. During this study, he developed an affinity for psychosocial development and child protection. For example, after studying social work in 2010, the year of obtaining a certificate in the profession, he turned to the Faculty of Law and Economics to study law or obtained his certificate in 2014 for better understand child protection.
In 2013, given his passion and interest in psychosocial development and child protection, he chose to do his social work internship in a reception center for orphaned and needy children. He did a very good internship. As a result, the institution hired him as a social worker for children, youth and their families.
As a social worker with Kay Mackenson, he works with children and youth with diabetes, who sometimes have difficulty caring for their diabetes because of strong emotions. He is there to help them and their parents find ways to stay healthy with diabetes. He is a researcher and co-principal investigator in two diabetes research projects. He also writes an exit thesis for the legal sciences.

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