March Haiti Trip, Prologue
Haiti Trip (March – near Lutz); Prologue: As most of you who know me can attest, (and apparently everyone who has actually sees me seems to agree), January’s trip to Haiti was exceptional brutal on me. As a result, I cancelled my February trip and instead spent the last 8 weeks allowing my body
- Published in Blog, HR&DC, Jim's Corner
A call for help on Haiti’s sacred ground
Here is a tremendously moving article written by Jim Lange, CEO of Haiti Recovery & Development Company that was just published in the Tampa Tribune entitled A call for help on Haiti’s sacred ground. In the article, Jim announces his first of its kind idea where he wrote: “I have set my sights on raising
- Published in 2010 Earthquake, Donations, Featured, General, Get Involved, Haitian Renaissance, Jim's Corner, Relief, Self Reliant Haiti, Volunteer
Are New, Sustainable Communities in Haiti’s Future?
To hear some people talk you would think that Haiti and Port au Prince are one in the same. Of course, this line of thinking doesn’t make a lot of sense because “Haiti is a country” and “Port au Prince is a city.” For a variety of reasons, almost all involving economics, Haiti evolution as
- Published in Economic Development, Featured, Jim's Corner, Permanent Housing, Recovery, 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
Haiti, Her People And Hurt No Words Can Express
I have just returned from my first trip to Haiti. It’s amazing how far back in time one can go while traveling so few miles. Over the coming days, I will be posting various photos from my trip. In most cases the images will speak for themselves. Occasionally, some narrative pertinent to the photo will
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Will Haiti Slide Into Civil War Without A Resettlement Plan?
Yesterday’s New York Times story “In Haiti, Rising Call for Displaced To Go Away ” makes clear the potential consequences of a recovery effort that has been maddeningly slow to address the 1.3 million displaced Haitians following last January’s earthquake. It appears what is beginning to occur here points to a lack of focus on
- Published in Blog, Featured, General, Haiti News, Permanent Housing, Recovery
Where is Haiti’s Marshall Plan?
Tampa Tribune Published: April 4, 2010 This an article written by Haiti Recovery and Development Company Founder, Jim Lange, is commentary on what is needed Haiti to pull the people from the depths of despair. http://www2.tbo.com/content/2010/apr/04/co-where-is-haitis-marshall-plan/news-opinion-commentary/
- Published in 2010 Earthquake, Blog, Featured, General, Jim's Corner
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