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.
Dr. Valentine Abe has been working in Haiti for over 15 years, focusing his work and the work of his Caribbean Harvest Foundation on building up Haiti’s aquaculture sector. With a PhD in Aquaculture from Auburn University, Valentine arrived in Haiti and recognized immediately the potential for fish farming...Read More about Fish Farms: Fighting Poverty in Haiti’s Rural Communities
On Saturday, September 8, the Island Creek Oyster Foundation will be hosting a benefit in support of the Caribbean Harvest fish-farming program, "Friends for Haiti" in Duxbury, Massachusetts. The Clinton Foundation has been working with Dr. Valentine Abe and Caribbean Harvest to expand fish farming – powered by solar energy – as a sustainable and profitable industry in the Lake...Read More about Celebrating Caribbean Harvest in Haiti
Having worked in and around the American energy industry for more than 25 years, I wish I could say – like executives in almost every other industry could – that I have witnessed enormous changes in my industry over my career. I wish I could say that a revolution has occurred both in how we make electricity...Read More about Blazing a Path to the Clean Energy Society
Yesterday in Haiti, President Clinton visited the Project Medishare site at the Hospital Bernard Mevs to announce a grant of $442,100 from the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund (CBHF). The extensive grant will fund and implement a medical training and education program for approximately 47 Haitian healthcare professionals – filling a significant need in a region that was hit hard by the January...Read More about Expanding Access to Health Care in Haiti