Port-au-Prince — Writer Odette Roy Fombrun died Dec. 23 at her residence, officials of the foundation bearing her name announced via Facebook. She was 105.
Known for proposing ‘konbitisme’ as a way to rebuild Haiti, the writer, educator and youth advocate sought to improve Haiti's education system and her ideas helped shape several generations of Haitians.
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