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 Les opportunités abondent en Haiti.

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MessageSujet: Les opportunités abondent en Haiti.   Ven 8 Mai 2009 - 12:51

OAS Assistant Secretary General sees Haiti as a country with opportunities

WASHINGTON - Speaking in Washington at a high-level conference on Haiti organized by the United States Institute of Peace, OAS Assistant Secretary General Albert Ramdin advocated for a more positive characterization of Haiti, and called for a shift in the way people see this country.

The negative and often incorrect stereotype of Haiti is something that needs to be changed.

Despite many challenges, I look at Haiti as a country with opportunities, as a country with a future, where things are possible, and where good relations can be established within society.”

Ramdin emphasized that Haiti cannot depend on foreign aid and assistance to develop its capacity, and that it is the responsibility of the Haitian government and people to take ownership of the nation’s development process.

Discussing present and future perspectives on Haiti’s economic recovery, Ambassador Ramdin observed that Haiti needs the international donor community as a partner to assist in the process of recovering and reconstruction but noted that “aid provided by the international community should be based on the priorities and the needs of the Haitian people and in consultation with the Haitian government.

Haiti’s decision to put its own priorities and needs together in a National Strategy for Growth and Poverty Reduction Plan provides a useful reference for donors.

The OAS Assistant Secretary General underscored the importance of a higher level of civil society engagement in the political process and applauded the relative political stability that has prevailed as a result of the inclusive approach of President Préval as well as the improved relationship between the executive and the legislative bodies.

According to Ambassador Ramdin, Haiti’s improved political environment, stronger commitment and solidarity from many Latin American countries and an improvement in the security environment with the help of MINUSTAH and the increased presence of the national police have improved citizen safety.

Ramdin suggested that efforts should be made to maintain current political momentum, especially in the context of the 2010 presidential elections. He also recommended keeping focused attention on Haiti through high level visits and highlighting issues of education, health, job creation, environmental sustainability, investment, institution strengthening and capacity building.

During the recent Fifth Summit of the Americas in Trinidad and Tobago at which the Heads of Government of 34 countries discussed international support for Haiti, the OAS was mandated to coordinate inter-American programming to support Haiti’s development.

The issue will be further advanced during the OAS General Assembly, June 2-3, in San Pedro de Sula, Honduras.

Other experts who participated in the event panel included: David Harland, Chief, UN Peacekeeping Best Practices Unit, Department of Peacekeeping Operations; Dora Currea, General Manager, Country Department Caribbean of the Inter-American Development Bank; Deborah Kennedy-Iraheta, USAID Acting Assistant Administrator for the Bureau for Latin America and the Caribbean; and Robert Perito, Director of the Haiti Working Group at the U.S. Institute of Peace.
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MessageSujet: Re: Les opportunités abondent en Haiti.   Ven 8 Mai 2009 - 15:39

We did not need mr.Ramdin to tell us that .We know a country of 9 milyon people who need everything from food to health care ,schools, electricity, roads, ports ,airports,security, justice should be a country where unemployment is the lowest in the caribean and in the americas.

Why the per capita income in Trinidad is 14,400 US dollars whereas it is only 600 dollars in Haiti?Granted Trinidad has oil .but we have gold, uranium, beauxite, and many more minerals. Haitians are not lazy.The problems are the form of government that is not appropriate for a poor country like haiti and its surpopulation .Compare trinidad PIB and its population and haiti's we will understand this difference in income between the two countries. .It is absurd for the budget of a country to depend on foreign aid.How will the government be able to invest in infrastructures for the development of the country?One does not have to be an economist to understand Haiti's problems.

It is ludicrous for the haitian politicians to maintain the same administrative structures that are so inapopriate for the country.Is it true that haiti needs a bicameralism Parliament? Is it true that haiti needs all these ambassadors ,consuls ,Ministers etc while half milion children can not go to school in the country?Politicians have created all these functions to maintain their privliledges regarless how impoverished the country has become.They do not care about the people.

Yes we can change things in haiti ,but we need to change our mentality first.We can not all be President , prime Minister, Senators,Ambassadors, Consuls , bureaucrates while we are importing everything we need.As President Obama said not long ago we need people to produce goods and services.That is what the haitian people need;entreprenors, businessmen and businesswomen.We do not need all these Senators, Congressmen,Congresswomen and bureaucrats who instead of improving the administration of the country contribute rather to its demise by siphoning the money of the treasury to send overseas.
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MessageSujet: Re: Les opportunités abondent en Haiti.   Sam 9 Mai 2009 - 10:55

Alo se sa map di.
Tèlman gen bezwen lan tout nivo, si noumenm lan diaspora, nou kapab idantifye pwojè nou kapab reyalize, se pou nou fè l san nou pa tann nèg ki sou teren an.

Nèg ki ap vann dlo pap vle wè sistem idwolik fonksyonen.
Nèg ki ap vann jeneratè pa gen entere wè EDH mache bay toutmoun kouran elektrik.
Moun chabon yo, se pa pale
ensidswit...

Se envestisman ki rapòte anpil.
Se pa charite Ayiti bezwen anko.
Li lè pou kwi yo kraze.
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