Haiti Progress


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Feb 2016

These are exhilarating times! We are so proud of ourselves for coming this far on so little. When CHES first started out, we had little time, little experience, and no funding. However, we had a common vision and mission. We pooled our time, our expertise, and our funds to start. We grew the little that we had and we’ve done a great deal together with present and past volunteers and institutions that have given us their support. Nonprofits must measure and evaluate (M&E) their services to assess their effectiveness and justify their......

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30
Oct 2015
That Haitian Chocolate Though!

VIEW THE PRETTY VERSION HERE. We at CHES are proud to say that sales of products that we source from Haitian companies are a significant source of funding for the programming we offer entrepreneurs in rural Haiti. We are so happy to support Haitian companies that believe in benefiting society through creating employment and benefiting multiple stakeholders – Haitian companies that offer high quality products produced in Haiti. CHES loves marketing these products as it gives us a chance to share another side of Haiti with our supporters. These products help our......

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03
Jul 2015
Haiti Renewal Alliance Expo June 2015

By Rebecca Obounou Myriam and I had the opportunity to attend the Haiti Renewal Alliance (HRA) Expo recently in Washington, D.C at the World Bank. It was a two-day conference focused on investment opportunities in Haiti and the other Caribbean countries. The conference provided plenty of opportunity for networking with key people at the center of all levels of investment  in Haiti and other Caribbean nations. Among those in attendance were members of the World Bank, US and Haitian governments  such as the USAID and Haiti’s Ministry of Finance, private sector funders such as Manchester Trade......

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24
May 2015

By Rebecca Obounou Recently during a conversation with a coach I shared the work that CHES is doing in Haiti. I also shared the challenges that we are encountering in attracting the right people to the work that we are doing. She asked me a great question that I realized that I’ve never really answer when I pitch what we do in CHES. I never really answer the question “Why Haiti?” when I answer “Why CHES?” “‘Why should anyone be interested in Haiti when there are so many other regions in the world in......

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