Symposium on Education and Investment Draws Wide Interest
Posted August 13, 2012
See a gallery of photos from the Symposium on Education and Investment on our Facebook Page:
Our New Corporate Partner
Posted March 5, 2012
The JDT Foundation has partnered with The Diaspora Group (TDG Haiti). TDG is a new social enterprise, committed to creating ethical, sustainable jobs for Haitians.
From their press release:
The company is launching initiatives in hospitality, transportation, social media, and various products to showcase Haitian arts and culture. By creating meaningful jobs, providing training, and great benefits to its employees, TDG hopes its ventures will help change the course of the country to become prosperous where people can enjoy a decent life.
A primary objective of TDG is to create jobs in Haiti. We are investing for the long-term because we believe in the potential of private capital as an engine of sustainable development,
We are grateful for this new collaboration.
Revised procurement regulations mean that firms in developing countries can, for the first time, be granted contracts from the USAID
February 6, 2012
Moving from Cholera Control to Cholera Elimination
January 21, 2012
Centers for Disease Control, Pan American Health Organizaiton, World Health Organization, release position paper on cholera in Haiti.
The Government of Haiti, the U.S., Sae-A Trading Co. Ltd, and the Inter-American Development Bank break ground on Industrial Park in Caracol
"Sae-A Co. Ltd. is investing $78 million to develop operations in the park and has committed to hiring at least 20,000 Haitians to work there."
The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) announced the approval of a $50 million grant to support education reform Haiti.
Director of JDT interviewed by Radio Optimum Inter
Sunday, November 27
Director Dr. Marjorie P. Brennan was the guest for the 1 hour Sunday morning show of Gladys Longchamps on Radio Optimum Inter, 93.1 SCA New York.
Clean Energy Top Priority, U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon tells renewable energy group, cites work in Haiti.
The Government of Haiti, the U.S., Sae-A Trading Co. Ltd, and the Inter-American Development Bank have reached an