Rosemaine Jean is a 12-year-old girl in Brésilienne, Haiti. She first heard of cholera on the radio. Then it struck closer to home. Children like Rosemaine are not waiting for someone to solve their problems. They’re learning from teachers and nurses how to stay safe. They’re taking their futures into their own hands. Rosemaine chooses to spend her free time making sweets from coconuts and almonds, selling them on the side of the street to pay her school fees. Rosemaine Jean may not see herself as a hero. But we do.