Mary O’Grady continues to conflate the roles of many rebuilding organizations working in Haiti and continues to ascribe decision-making power to both President Bill Clinton and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton where it never existed (
The current foreign aid and development approach to architecture and construction has been plagued by what we may call ‘short-termism’ – a common mantra of build cheap, build quick, and repeat.
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
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