The Clinton Foundation, under the leadership of President Clinton, has dedicated years of work to promoting economic development and recovery in Haiti. President Clinton has been actively engaged with Haiti for over 20 years – as President, as U.N.
As a Haitian American, growing up in Haiti was challenging, exciting, and extremely humbling. From a young age you are aware of the differences of the class system and the extreme realities of those less fortunate. But the experience of growing up in Haiti makes you strong, makes you resilient, and makes you...Read More about What I've Learned Since Returning to Haiti
In 2012, we reached new milestones across our programs including: improving access to pediatric medicines in the developing world, increasing incomes for smallholder farmers in Africa, bringing new investment opportunity to Haiti, continuing to expand our climate change work to cities around the world, and reducing beverage calories in schools across the United States...Read More about How You Helped Build a Better World in 2012
On October 22, President Bill Clinton joined Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, President Martelly, Prime Minister Lamothe, and President Moreno of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) for the opening of Caracol...Read More about President Clinton Announces Opening of Caracol Northern Industrial Park in Haiti
Yesterday, President Clinton visited Port-au-Price, Haiti, to see the progress of programs and announce new partnerships, which support the Clinton Foundation’s goals of capacity building, economic development and job creation. During his trip, President Clinton visited the Haiti Hotel School, the only hospitality school...Read More about Building Partnerships to Strengthen Haiti’s Economic Recovery