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We must first educate, and work hard to change their mentalities.

We would need to be very careful, and fair with the poor. We can built very low cost housing for them not too far from the resorts, and let them keep a small piece of land to grow some food. The resorts will give them jobs, and our government should demand certain benefits.

They should built the roads leading to the resorts, and their should be a strip so the resorts are not too far from each other like in Atlantic City or Las Vegas.

The cruise ships built ports all over the islands, and it can be done. The employers should have clinics, daycare, and a school on site. They will be required to help educate the workers, and teach them other skills.

The employees should get a minimum of two meals per shift, and shuttle to transport them. The employees should be in uniforms provided, and maintained by the resorts.

They will have to shower before, and after work with their kids. Reynolds did not built any roads, and destroyed the area. I honestly believe in my heart Reynolds found gold, and diamond also while digging for aluminium.

I have visited many places in the world, and this vision is possible for the country.

We need to move resorts out of the city, and give people incentives to relocate in other places.

We know without security this will always remain a nice dream, and it is a huge issue in Haiti.

The investors, and the visitors do not want to get kidnapped or murdered.

It can be done with the proper trainings, and leaders who are not greedy.

Josy, November 29 2011, 5:31 PM

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I vote yes! But let me be clear...Port-au-Prince n'est pas l'affaire d'une classe sociale m read more >
Mm, 29-Nov-11 4:05 pm
While my solution to this never-ending problem may sound harsh, I don't see any other option. Those with the means to make significant changes... read more >
Colette, 29-Nov-11 4:14 pm
St Preux, the question that you asked here, that is not a one question. that's a debate subject, I called it. what you just talking so important I... read more >
Richelet, 29-Nov-11 4:30 pm
We must first educate, and work hard to change their mentalities. We would need to be very careful, and fair with the poor. We can built very low... read more >
Josy, 29-Nov-11 5:31 pm
There is no need to be a riot if the government decide to remove these people from the beachfront and locate them elsewhere. All the government has... read more >
David Grant, 29-Nov-11 7:43 pm
The biggest problem with Haiti is its upper class. They only live for the moment. That is why they moved to the mountains, so they can be protected... read more >
Jacques L, 29-Nov-11 8:04 pm
if we working together put politik a way for the love of our country we can work with our president together to rebuil haiti read more >
Lena, 30-Nov-11 12:18 am
OK my people everyone has some good valid points but no real solutions because none of us are really putting our money where our heart is. Yes Haiti... read more >
Wag, 30-Nov-11 10:20 am
No, no my brother you got it all wrong. No one needs to move. Why would you want to have a business next to your home. You are right, what kind of... read more >
Jb, 30-Nov-11 10:21 am
Hi... How are you? For the "NEG ANBA" you talk about, it's only they miss the possibility to have money. Because, when you don't have money you... read more >
Roudia, 30-Nov-11 4:43 pm
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