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151 views, By l'Ecole de Choix
Two non-profit organizations come together to help primary children in Haiti. Clowns for Haiti Greet l’Ecole de Choix Students on First Day of 2015/16 Academic Year.
516 views, By Mike Veny
June 29th, 2015 – Port-au-Prince, Haiti – Mike Veny is once again giving back to the entrepreneurship community. In 2014, he presented a workshop on marketing, sales, and networking at the first annual Haiti Entrepreneurship Camp.
574 views, By sweetcoconuts.blogspot.com
“Imajinen yon nouvo Ayiti kote tout moun, finalman, kapab li ak ekri lang natif natal yo.” (Michel DeGraff, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Inisyativ MIT-Ayiti, Akademi Kreyòl Ayisyen)
245 views, By Devoted to Children Foundation
Devoted to Children (D2C), the Haitian-based nonprofit, has announced its first new program since its inception in 2012. The new addition is an after-school tutoring program called D2C After School.
497 views, By Archimedes Project
The Archimedes Project has launched its first social enterprise in Haiti, called Community Chlorinators, or Kouzin Dlo in Haitian Creole.
1160 views, By Cwol
Matt Bacak is a well known internet marketer guru who has helped numerous people around the world achieve great results with his techniques and strategies.
1809 views, By USAID/HIFIVE
Communication Cellulaire d’Haiti S.A (COMCEL) operating under the name Voilà, files its intention to compete for the $2.5 million “First to Market” Award offered by the Haiti Mobile Money Initiative.
8732 views, By HaitiCabin.org
We believe that there are many other areas where the Haitian families need our help but finding proper shelter is primordial and this is where we are going to focus our effort and energy first. The internet and other media efforts could help sustain
1596 views, By Poor No More 2008 Productions
The Guerlyn Show supporting independent filmmakers and features the work of independent filmmakers, directors, writers, and cast. We show short clips of their project on cable television and on the big screen. Helping to promote independents.
3235 views, By Shushmul Maheshwari
A '256 kbps' broadband connection costs up to $40 per month; merely 1.8 million users have broadband connections, and yet Indian telecom operators are making all the noises about IPTV services.
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