A hopeful beginning for Haiti

A hopeful beginning for Haiti
Gary Edson, Clinton Bush Haiti Fund 于 2011年05月17日 03:55 (星期二) 发给 Chen sihong。完整信息
发件人:Gary Edson, Clinton Bush Haiti Fund< enews@clintonbushhaitifund.org >;(由 bgdeu2pruqnrufybvfeealijvlrs@bounce.bluestatedigital.com 代发, 帮助)时 间:2011年05月17日 03:55 (星期二)
收件人:Chen sihong< chensihong1961@126.com >;抄送人:(无)
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Chen,

President Michel Martelly was sworn in on Saturday as Haiti’s 56th president. In the face of adversity, the Haitian people diligently elected and peacefully inaugurated their new leader.

Help to commemorate Haiti’s Inauguration by writing a message of hope and support for the people of Haiti on our Facebook page:

http://www.facebook.com/clintonbushhaitifund

As Haiti installs its new president, we look forward to the work still left to do. Haiti remains a country in the beginning stages of a long-term rebuilding process. Its businesses must be rebuilt, its industries revitalized, and its economy reborn.

“Hand in hand, shoulder to shoulder, we’re going to change Haiti,” President Martelly proclaimed in his inauguration speech. He understands the importance of working together to create economic opportunity through projects similar to those that the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund supports. For example, on May 9, the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund announced a $2 million equity investment to complete construction on the Oasis Hotel, a 130-room project halted in the wake of the 2010 earthquake.

The hotel is Haitian-owned, and it will provide employment for nearly 400 workers in the construction phase, and 200 permanent jobs upon completion. It is estimated that each job created in a hotel project of this nature in Haiti generates three indirect jobs in the community.

Furthermore, the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund also plans to provide a $100,000 grant to create a training facility for Haitians looking to work in the hospitality industry.

Only sixteen months after the devastating earthquake, Haiti is celebrating a new president and new optimism, giving us hope that the many programs the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund is funding will continue to support the Haitian people as they secure a future of prosperity.

Stay informed about the Oasis Hotel project and other Clinton Bush Haiti Fund programs on Facebook.

http://www.facebook.com/clintonbushhaitifund

We look forward to continuing to share the innovative work our programs are doing on the ground in Haiti, and the ways you can be involved.

Mesi anpil — thank you very much.

Gary Edson
CEO
Clinton Bush Haiti Fund

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  1. A hopeful beginning for Haiti
    Gary Edson, Clinton Bush Haiti Fund 于 2011年05月17日 03:55 (星期二) 发给 Chen sihong。完整信息
    发件人:Gary Edson, Clinton Bush Haiti Fund< enews@clintonbushhaitifund.org >;(由 bgdeu2pruqnrufybvfeealijvlrs@bounce.bluestatedigital.com 代发, 帮助)时 间:2011年05月17日 03:55 (星期二)
    收件人:Chen sihong< chensihong1961@126.com >;抄送人:(无)
    备 注:编辑删除保 存取 消

    Chen,

    President Michel Martelly was sworn in on Saturday as Haiti’s 56th president. In the face of adversity, the Haitian people diligently elected and peacefully inaugurated their new leader.

    Help to commemorate Haiti’s Inauguration by writing a message of hope and support for the people of Haiti on our Facebook page:

    http://www.facebook.com/clintonbushhaitifund

    As Haiti installs its new president, we look forward to the work still left to do. Haiti remains a country in the beginning stages of a long-term rebuilding process. Its businesses must be rebuilt, its industries revitalized, and its economy reborn.

    “Hand in hand, shoulder to shoulder, we’re going to change Haiti,” President Martelly proclaimed in his inauguration speech. He understands the importance of working together to create economic opportunity through projects similar to those that the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund supports. For example, on May 9, the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund announced a $2 million equity investment to complete construction on the Oasis Hotel, a 130-room project halted in the wake of the 2010 earthquake.

    The hotel is Haitian-owned, and it will provide employment for nearly 400 workers in the construction phase, and 200 permanent jobs upon completion. It is estimated that each job created in a hotel project of this nature in Haiti generates three indirect jobs in the community.

    Furthermore, the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund also plans to provide a $100,000 grant to create a training facility for Haitians looking to work in the hospitality industry.

    Only sixteen months after the devastating earthquake, Haiti is celebrating a new president and new optimism, giving us hope that the many programs the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund is funding will continue to support the Haitian people as they secure a future of prosperity.

    Stay informed about the Oasis Hotel project and other Clinton Bush Haiti Fund programs on Facebook.

    http://www.facebook.com/clintonbushhaitifund

    We look forward to continuing to share the innovative work our programs are doing on the ground in Haiti, and the ways you can be involved.

    Mesi anpil — thank you very much.

    Gary Edson
    CEO
    Clinton Bush Haiti Fund

    ——————————————————————————–

    This email was sent to chensihong1961@126.com

    To unsubscribe, go to: http://clintonbushhaitifund.org/unsubscribe

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