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GameChanger for Haiti

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
NEARSHORING & EXPORTS
JOB CREATION
GROWTH MARKETS
REVENUE OPPORTUNITY
GROWTH MARKETS
REVENUE

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Agriculture & food

Prior to the Earthquake and embargo, Haiti was the world’s largest sugar cane producer.  While unfortunate events have decimated this once dominate industry provider, the land remains bountiful and plentiful.  Experts have deemed Haiti as one of the  most fertile untapped lands capable of growing almost anything in the world.

GROWTH & EXPANSION

We are looking for U.S. based companies interested in growth or expansion opportunities in their current and/or adjacent markets.

Our interest: drive growth and profits for our partners while creating jobs for countless hard-working Haitian families.

CURRENT FOCUS AREAS:

Barley, Beans, Coffee, Corn, Grapes, Rice, Soybeans, Sugar Beets, Sugar Cane & Wheat.
 
 

02

education

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

K-12

Through the Secretary of Education, we will be providing better education for both public and private school children across the country.

HIGHER EDUCATION

For those interested in taking their education to the next level – we have scholarship opportunities through our partnerships with Baylor University, University of Florida, Harvard University, Stanford University, Wesleyan University and others.

VOCATIONAL & JOB TRAINING

For those looking to acquire or leverage skills in a certain field or trade, we have Vocational and Job Training opportunities through our partnership with Jobs for Haiti program.  Apply for training and certifications in the: Agriculture, Construction, Financial, Health Services, Manufacturing, Production, Transportation and many others.

 

knowledge is power.

03

Financial & banking

Haiti has faced many challenges, catastrophes, and obstacles over the years. 

FINANCIAL TRANSPARENCY

At the heart of Restoration & Revitalization initiatives, financial transparency is of the upmost priority.  We work with only the most credible and ethical financial institutions to ensure every dollar is accounted for and tracked to prevent any corruption. 

Our financial partners include:

The World Bank  (IFC)

Inter-development Bank (IDB)

& Various others

04

health services

“If we are serious – not just about better health outcomes, but also about ending poverty – we must urgently scale up our efforts on universal health coverage,” said World Bank Group President Dr. Jim Yong Kim. “Investments in health, and more generally investments in people, are critical to build human capital and enable sustainable and inclusive economic growth.
 

ESSENTIAL SERVICES

In coordination with our partnerships with Virtual Docs, Pharmaceutical Companies, and Health Care providers, we are committed to establishing the most simple and essential health needs to communities across Haiti.

 

simple solutions.

05

Infrastructure & technology

In many ways, Haiti is decades behind in the areas of infrastructure and technology.  Our projects focus first and foremost on the most critical areas necessary to help the economy function. 

Projects and initiatives – Roads, Bridges, Water Sanitation & Supply, Electrical Grids, Sustainable Energy & Telecommunications (including internet connectivity and broadband access.)

 

INNOVATION & AGILE PRINCIPLES

Building the right infrastructure can often be a slow and arduous endeavor.  Our bias is in speed and execution.  We use AGILE principles – taking years off development cycles without sacrificing quality.  The result translates into faster and more sustainable economic development by giving the people what they need quicker.  

INTER-CONNECTED ECOSYSTEM

 

Many of our initiatives involve a variety of stand alone projects – as part of a bigger picture inter-connected strategic ecosystem.  By focusing our collective efforts, we solve a multitude of challenges at the same time.

 

real solutions.

06

Natural resources

Haiti has long been referred to as “La Perle des Antilles” (The pearl of the Antilles) – because of its beauty and natural resources.  It is the third largest country in the Carribean with a total land mass of 10,714 sq miles. 
 

CURRENT FOCUS AREAS:

Mining

Gold, silver and copper

 
Raw Materials
Calcium Carbonate, Limestone, Granite, Large & Small Rock, Pebbles and Sand
 
Oil
Exploration, On & Offshore Drilling, Oil Production

 

 

07

manufacturing, production & tourism

Manufacturing, Production & Tourism (MP&T) are essential vehicles to grow and sustain a higher standard of

living for communities and individual families. From increased GDP and lower unemployment to a better quality of life, MP&T is a critical foundation for economic development and sustainment.

Individual persons are motivated by increasing their quality of life; the private sector is motivated by higher returns and shareholder value; and policymakers by increased jobs and growth in their communities and their country.

The link between a thriving manufacturing industry and a prosperous economy is strong and direct. When manufacturing investments are strong, a multiplier effect ripples across the economy, creating jobs and growth in other industries. In fact, MP&T is often the lifeblood for countries.

Manufacturing, Production & Tourism are the industries upon which the economic successes of industrialized nations are built.

MULTI-VERTICAL INTEGRATION

Manufacturing & Production: Near-shoring, Finished goods, Exports

Tourism: Transportation, Accommodations, Food & Beverage & Entertainment

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Transforming Cultures – Transforming Lives

Our intent is to help countries, communities and people thrive.  If you would like additional information on how to get involved on this or any of our global projects contact us at gamechanger@delaporte.com