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Progress on 3 Different Fronts in Haiti

Wednesday, 09 January 2013 by

  Haiti Trip (January); Day Two: It’s a little after 9:30 pm and I’ve just excused myself from the dinner table. While today was filled with many important conversations, the main thrust of my activities fell into these three categories: The mass grave initiative in Titanyen Job creation opportunities in underserved communities Crisis management for

A New National Sense of Pride

Sunday, 08 August 2010 by

Haitian Nationalism? At HR&DC, we believe “Nationalism” is a critical component for Haiti’s recovery and development.  For decades, Haiti’s unemployment rate has ranged from 50% to as high as 90%.  In addition to its unemployment woes, the Haitian people have endured numerous catastrophic events (hurricanes, earthquakes, floods, etc.) and years of corruption and manipulation. As