Why and Who
This website is for and about Haiti, Haitians, the development and migration of the people, the structure of the culture and the rise of a new movement.
Please join us – YES ALL Haitians – in celebrating a people of pride, dignity, respect assaulted in deeds and words since 1804.
To know who and where we are, we must gather in an open place where all that matters is that WE ARE Haitians (directly or indirectly) to exchange ideas and rebuild the country.
This website is APOLITICAL and will exist OUTSIDE of all governments.
It will reunite families, friends, neighbors, schoolmates, colleagues, etc.
- Arts all-inclusive of music, dancing, paintings and sculptures and entertainment.
- Food main dish, fruits and vegetables, juices. Soups and sauces.
- Fashion and fabrics. Traditional dance attire
- Folklore and stories (story-tellers) that have been passed down from generation to generation.
- Religions and voodoo
Here is where your $24/year comes in!
- Create and support school transportation for children.
- Support, create and maintain the schools, playgrounds and parks.
- Organize health fairs in remote villages.
- Support, innovate, build a strong public health care system.
- Build, restore and support all health related facilities.
- Restore monuments.
- Maintain, restore or build a marketplace to support the community as well as Mom and Pop stores.
- Encourage agricultural endeavors from the locals to meet basic nutrition needs.
- Promote and create programs for Elderly and Children
- Select a date every six months for people to stop all activities and clean the city.
Health in Haiti
- Public health education
- Prevention of cardiovascular diseases
- Public health research
- Research in cardiovascular diseases: heart attacks, strokes, etc. leading to prevention and education
- Mental health issues to be addressed
Haitian House in your place of residence
- To create a neutral space where elderly will teach Creole to the youth while they too will teach the elderly how to speak a foreign language.
- Retirees will speak to the youth about life and their experience
- Musicians and artists will pass on their knowledge to the youth.
- Retired football, basketball, soccer players etc. will promote and teach the youth how to play.
- Folktales, cric crac, ronde, hand games, marbles, sek (roule sek), etc.
- Women can teach children how to “perler”, saw, embroidery, etc.
- Artists will display their work or perform, folklore dancers will give dance lessons.
- Social workers, teachers, nutritionists, physicians, nurses, will assist both generation.
- Motivational speakers will address both generations.
- Youth will introduce elderly to technological advances.
- Literacy program.
- House for abused women and men abused.