National Memorial and Peace Park Discussed with First Lady of Haiti
A few months ago I passed along one of my favorite quotes which went something like this: “One day your life will pass before your eyes. Make sure it’s worth watching.” If I lived to be 100 years old, I may never have a day that surpasses today in scope or in sheer importance.
- Published in 2010 Earthquake, Blog, Development, Featured, General, HR&DC, Jim's Corner, National Memorial, Recovery
Haiti’s Earthquake – One year Removed
It’s January 12, 2011 and the clock on my desk continues to march forward. If it’s true that a joy shared is a joy made double than remembering Haiti’s 300,000 earthquake victims is surely agony made infinite. And though the fallen are one year removed from our grasp, to me the fallen have never been
- Published in 2010 Earthquake, Featured, Haiti News, Jim's Corner
Why Haiti’s Mass Grave/Landfill Should Be Converted Into A National Memorial
In the aftermath of Haiti’s January 12, 2010 earthquake, I discovered that an untold number of dead Haitians had been taken to a landfill just outside Port-Au-Prince. Here they were unceremoniously dumped on top of existing garbage and entombed by rubble and debris. Today this sacred land continues to be used as a public landfill.
- Published in Blog, Featured, General, Get Involved, Haitian Culture, Haitian Renaissance
What is the World’s Plan to Deal with Haiti’s Earthquake Victims?
World estimates prior to Haiti’s devastating earthquake indicated more than 1/3 the population lived in or around the Port-au-Prince (PaP). Because the earthquake was centered so close to the capital city, the destructive impact to Haitian people was magnified with over 300,000 losing their lives and more than 1.5 million people left homeless. Many authorities
- Published in 2010 Earthquake, Blog, Development, Economic Development, Featured, General, Haiti News, Recovery
Founder Jim Lange’s Vision For Haiti’s Recovery: Master Plan For 5 New Cities
HR&DC’s Purpose In the immediate aftermath of Haiti’s devastating earthquake, I founded Haiti Recovery and Development Company with one simple goal: to help the Haitian people have a better quality of life by assisting with the creation of an economic engine whereby self-reliance could ultimately be possible for Haiti. In broad-brush terms, I am
- Published in 2010 Earthquake, Blog, Development, Economic Development, Education, Environmental Development, Featured, HR&DC, Jim's Corner, Permanent Housing, Self Reliant Haiti, Sustainable Haiti
Haiti’s Twin Tragedy: Cholera and the Lack of Sanitation Plan
By Dino Eliadis, SVP Operations Haiti Recovery and Development Company, LLC The New York Times article Cholera Reported in Several Areas in Haiti is the next in a wave of tragedies still to come after the January 12, 2010 earthquake. Fear is that an epidemic will spread to the displacement camps which could kill as
- Published in Environmental Development, Featured, Haiti News, Medical Care, Recovery
$900,000 for a 3 Bedroom…in Haiti?
NPR’s story about Haiti’s brittle housing supply and the competition for what little housing is available ($900,000 for a 3 bedroom…in Haiti?), for Haiti’s IDP (internally displaced persons) as a result of the January 12th earthquake As the story notes ” There are not enough houses, and not enough money for people to rent
- Published in 2010 Earthquake, Blog, Featured, Get Involved, Haiti News, Jim's Corner
Frustration sets in
The Economist Jul 29th 2010 | port-au-prince The presidential election is a chance to rebuild ties between Haiti’s struggling government and its discouraged donors http://www.economist.com/node/16703395
- Published in 2010 Earthquake, Recovery, Relief
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