“We made a good beginning, and before the earthquake I believed that Haiti was closer than ever to securing a bright future. Despite this tragedy, I still believe that Haiti can succeed. First we must care for the injured, take care of the dead, and sustain those who are homeless, jobless and hungry. As we clear the rubble, we will create better tomorrows by building Haiti back better: with stronger buildings, better schools and health care; with more manufacturing and less deforestation; with more sustainable agriculture and clean energy.”
“Several sectors will be ripe for opportunities to do business, including agribusiness, tourism, textiles, crop processing, call centers, and alternative energy.”
Bill Clinton Former US President and UN Special Representative to Haiti, 2010
The Hummingfish Foundation works hard every day to protect the earths dwindling natural environments, while at the same time increasing economic potential for local stakeholders in those communities.
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In 1492, famed explorer Christopher Columbus described Haiti as “a paradise on earth.”
Since Christopher Columbus, geopolitics and natural disasters have severely affected Haiti and its natural environment leaving Haiti as the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere. Even before the devastating earthquake… Read more