I will start with education, and too many Haitians cannot read...

Josy - July 13 2014, 1:08 AM

I will start with education, and too many Haitians cannot read or write.

I will do all of the above, and Haiti needs all of them. I will focus on vocational skills, agriculture, and tourism.

We need schools, clinics, clean water, and hospitals.

The country is sick, and needs to start from scratch.

We must keep in mind where they live, and the type of assistance needed.

There are ten million Haitians, and they are consumers.

We should start producing, and stop buying from other countries.

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