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Hugh Locke has found a way to turn trees into a form of currency that has helped thousands of smallholder farmers in Haiti to finance their way out of extreme poverty while at the same time combatting climate change, contributing to improved food security and empowering women. Working with colleague Timote Georges, this tree currency breakthrough has led to over 6.5 million trees being planted to date through the Smallholder Farmers Alliance. And now Timberland, the original corporate sponsor, is becoming a client for organic cotton using a new supply chain model that is based on tree currency, connects smallholders to the global economy and has potential for application throughout the developing world. http://www.SmallholderFarmersAlliance.org Hugh Locke, President & Co-Founder of the Sm...
Haïti, une fois de plus, est sur le point d’être victime de nouvelles mesures prises par les autorités américaines pour combattre le blanchiment d’argent et le terrorisme. Les banques haïtiennes risquent de perdre leurs banques correspondantes américaines ce qui provoquera à terme une crise financière et économique dans le pays.
Haiti's Finance Ministry was severely damaged during last year's earthquake, throwing the country into further economic disarray. An emergency recovering project provided prefab offices, employees are now back at work, trying to get the economy slowly back on track... Find out more at http://www.worldbank.org/ht
Haven is proud to have stood as a charity partner to the Business and Finance Awards which were held in Dublin on 14 December 2017. This video gives a short insight into some of the impact that Haven is making in Haiti, which remains one of the poorest countries in the world.
Steven Werlin of Fonkoze, the largest micro-finance institution in Haiti, describes why working with the government is very important for organizations operating in the country. This importance is created by the long history of development initiatives failing to work in Haiti, Werlin says, because people complain that the government is weak and then doom projects by refusing to work with them. However Haiti's new government is taking extreme poverty seriously, he says, embodied by a presidential task force established to work on the problem. This is important for NGOs like Fonkoze because individually they cannot solve extreme poverty across the country, but government can coordinate efforts in different geographic regions to make programs run more efficiently for a larger effect.
Georgette Jean-Louis, Executive Board Member, Banque de la République d'Haiti, (Central Bank of Haiti) participated in a panel discussion at the 2015 Financial Literacy Summit. View the entire webcast here: http://practicalmoneyskills.com/summi... The discussion revolved around “Identifying Unique Financial Literacy Challenges Millennials Face" on April 15. The 9th annual event co-hosted with the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago was themed Improving Millennials' Financial Literacy with Mobile Technology. The panel was moderated by Lucie Tedesco, Commissioner of the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada. Panelists included Steven Ciobo MP, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Trade and Investment, Australia and Amando M. Tet...
Co-Founder and President of MBAs Without Borders (MWB), Tal Dehtiar visited Haiti in June 2007. Currently, MWB provides finance and accounting support to a local hospital in Deschapelles, Haiti and is looking to work with new partners in the years to come; In 2008 MWB plans to work with Yele Haiti to build the Yele Business Centre in Cite Soleil, considered to be the poorest and most dangerous slum of Haiti.
The Haiti Reconstruction Fund (HRF) is a partnership between the international community and the Government of Haiti to help finance post-earthquake reconstruction. The fund's Program Manager Josef Leitmann speaks about challenges still facing Haiti, two years after the massive earthquake.
"I think it is now that we need IDA more than ever, because we are in the reconstruction phase of our country after the earthquake. So we need a lot more resources to support the education sector, the infrastructure sector, and the sector of economic governance. And that is going to mean needing even greater funding." - Ronald Baudin, Minister of Economy and Finance, Haiti
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Several of the beneficiaries of the support of "Servants for Haiti" send their thanks and good wishes to their American friends. Some of these people have started business through our "Biznis Pam" training and micro-finance program. Others are scholarship recipients. A few are family members of the aforementioned. This video was shown at Trivia Night 2012. More details about this work can be found at www.servantsforhaiti.org . We're helping them build their own brighter tomorrow.
TV show broadcasted on NBC Miami on and Tropik TV on March 21st and 22nd, 2013. The show is hosted by Nickymix. The entire show is dedicated to Arc Finance's "Lamp Soley" project, a project which uses remittances to finance renewable energy for population in Haiti. The show features an interview of Arc Finance Project Coordinator (Yara Akkari), representatives of 12Tel in Florida, and testimonies of "Lamp Soley" customers. Also, during the show, the 4 winners of the "Easter Raffle" are selected and announced. This project is financed by FOMIN and the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund.
Founded in July 2014, Solisyon Kominote Yo is a Haitian organisation, and its principal objective is to empower and support entrepreneurs and organizations from Ouanaminthe, so that they can more effectively address major challenges within their community. To learn more about SKY, visit the website http://solkomyo.org/. This video was produced by Louise Piffaut for Solisyon Kominote Yo.