The People of Haiti
The long-term success of Haiti’s development efforts must begin with the vision, aspirations, and active engagement of the Haitian people. Their support and participation is vital, and will ensure the preservation of Haiti’s cultural richness and history. Haiti’s greatest asset is her people, hence it is important that we reach out to them for guidance to implement their vision of Haiti. Fostering strong community involvement in the projects we tackle is essential throughout the design and implementation processes and is paramount for their success. This inclusive approach applies wherever we work.
ICGC is an international non-profit organization specializing in providing mapping and spatial modeling services for governments and agencies around the world using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technology to foster a visual solution to the United Nations Millennium Development Goals.
Gedeon GRC Consulting is a full service, professional, MBE/DBE certified firm, providing engineering services in the planning, design and construction management of infrastructure projects in both the public and private sectors.
The Gedeon Empowerment Project aims to create a more equitable and just society by supporting locally-initiated sustainable projects that empower communities.
FAS is an organization established by citizens of Aquin, Haiti to bring together individuals and resources for the development of their town by promoting policies and practices that foster brotherhood, civility, citizenship and better understanding and protection of the environment.
C2C is a non-profit service organization dedicated to creating self-sufficient communities by working with the communities. Its main focus is Petit-Goave, Haiti.
Founded in 1983, the Association Des Ingenieurs Haitiens Americains is a membership-based, non-profit organization headquartered in New York which is dedicated to the advancement of Haitians and Haitian-Americans in engineering and science. ADIHA’s mission is to encourage Haitian-American students to study science and engineering disciplines, help them to excel academically, be role models and positively impact the Haitian-American community.
HIBISCUS is the fiscal sponsor of l’école fula flute, a six-year running, alternative arts-in-education project taking place in Conakry, the capital of Guinea in West Africa. It represents the merging of two initiatives: the Centre Tyabala Théâtre de Guinée that recruits indigent children and trains them in the arts of theater and music, and the application of a musical literacy program based on a modification of the traditional flute of Guinea, the “tambin” or Fula flute by Sylvain Leroux.
Haiti Housing Collaborative
Haiti for Haiti
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