Mole St. Nicolas MOU, Sustainable Jobs, Haitian National Memorial Gets Heavy Support

by / Wednesday, 12 December 2012 / Published in Blog, Economic Development, General, National Memorial, Self Reliant Haiti


Haiti Trip ( December); Day Two:heavy equipment haiti

It’s a little after 11:00 pm and I am finally able to jot down a few notes before I call it a day.

While my activities today covered a wide array of individuals and topics, I’m happy to report that one of Haiti’s most respected family’s has agreed to enter into an MOU (Memorandum Of Understanding) with me to create sustainable jobs in Mole Saint-Nicolas. In addition to our alliance partnership in Mole, I was also asked to provide them with consultative services for their newest business ventures, which will immediately create 50-plus jobs.

Next, after months of exploratory conversations, I was finally able to officially secure the support of Haiti’s largest heavy equipment distributor to assist with the physical transformation of the mass grave sites on Titanyen. In short, his support will help save hundreds of thousands of dollars when it comes time to construct the Haitian National Memorial and Peace Park project.

Overall, I would have to say that this was a pretty good day.


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