In this interconnected age, we can see and experience new parts of the world with a simple click of a button. We can watch a video or read a story about someone halfway around the globe, and gain insights into his or her life.
On the fifth anniversary of the earthquake that devastated Haiti, there has been much attention paid to the ongoing efforts to rebuild the country.
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
Agriculture is the heart and soul of Haiti. We are a nation of farmers, with an estimated more than two million smallholder farms throughout Haiti. The most important development over the last five years has been the growing understanding and support for the role of the smallholder farmer as a cornerstone of the economy.Read More about Agriculture: The Heart of 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
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