lets move so projects forward together

Nadia Constant - February 21 2008, 9:20 AM

This such a good Idea!

Capturing photos of places visited in Haiti that has tourism potential should be shared on the web with some useful details about what there is, what to expect and how to prepare to vacation in those region.

also, how can we further work together to contribute so people- guest who go there enjoy their stay, give good reviews and come back with friends?

I just started a program to empower children and adults in Cap Haiti.Once I have more resources I will branch out. I which to be in touch with serious Haitians and their friends from different ethnic-background to discuss projects ideas and grow from there.

If we don't help, no one else will. It takes less than we think to make a huge difference.

We just need to move the talking forward to doing.

There are so much that can be done which requires little to no money; but willingness, team work, and skills.

The reasons to be discouraged and just fantasize about helping Haiti is an easy state to live and die in. to say the least, we know what the problems are and have exhausted ourselves talking about them. Lets build a strong network here where we reference the problems to create solutions together, efficiently plan the what ifs and actually get involve and get more active in bringing lasting reality to some of those dream ideas.

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