Day Seven: In a seemingly endless run of good luck, I am happy to report the following developments. (FYI-Due to confidentiality restrictions placed upon me, I can only discuss today’s activities in “general” terms. I will, however, provide full disclosure of all individuals and/or companies when I am legally allowed to do so.) Earlier today,
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Water. One word, 5 letters. Water. It is one of our first spoken words, and one of our most commonly spoken words throughout our lifetime. Water is the world’s most precious commodity, yet nearly 1 billion people, according to water.org, lack access to clean potable water or proper sanitation systems. In Haiti, the lack of clean
Do you remember where you were when you heard about the earthquake that devastated Haiti? Were you in front of your TV set, in your car, reading your morning newspaper? Those things are everyday life for most of us. But not for the people of Haiti. The people of Haiti have long suffered from natural
HR&DC has been conducting discussions with for-profit companies to create strategic alliance partnerships to bring the needed resources to implement and manage the plan for The Haitian Renaissance. Industries and/or sectors include but are not limited to: • Consulting • Developers • Design • Construction • Engineering • Manufacturing • Technology • Finance Two Alliance Partner Programs Two programs are available for companies
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