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Five years after the Haiti earthquake, which killed or injured approximately 250,000 people, we’re reflecting on the country's progress and honoring the resiliency of the Haitian people. Take a look at some of the projects and partners that are working together to create jobs, spur development, and widen opportunity.Read More about Partnerships of Progress in Haiti
I’m a native New Yorker, who grew up listening to Moman Kreyol every Sunday morning on WLIB – the AM radio station that was the New York Haitian community’s weekly connection to life in Haiti. Every summer I would make my pilgrimage to Haiti to see my grandmother who was determined that I knew my Haitian roots.Read More about Seeds of Progress in Haiti
In October 2013, the Clinton Development Initiative began commercial farm operations and a smallholder outreach program near Iringa, located in the Southern Agricultural Growth Corridor of Tanzania (SAGCOT). The …
I first learned about the Anchor Farm in 2012 after a visit to a friend’s field. It was just before harvest. Upon walking through her field I noticed how strong, healthy, and productive her maize and soya crops were.
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