This is a community program, where the Haitian Diaspora organizes and coordinates monthly get togethers, where they share stories, and learn the elements of their culture. This has to be interesting, because young children need to be engaged and not just lecture to. So instead of sitting in front of a computer, or teacher, each gathering should include elements of action, example dance, cooking, and storytelling.
This program revolves around training young Haitians to become producers, DJs, entertainers, event planners, lighting, visual design experts and comedians. The challenge in all of the above mentioned vocations, is that it all requires equipment. Our organization will provide the equipment, and young Haitians will provide the labor.
As an example, comedians who relate to the Haitian culture should be invited to perform, initially in the Haitian community, but very quickly, to the community at large. A good example of this is a Canadian comic called Rusell Peters https://www.amazon.com/Russell-Peters-Deported-Season-1/dp/B082VJ2DZ8 .
Children are considered gifts from God. Haitian parents teach their young to protect the family structure and privacy. Children are expected to care for their parents and elders when they can no longer take care of themselves, both physically and financially.
Giving care to the most vulnerable is embedded in the Haitian culture. This extremely important vocation is currently dominated by Filipino caregivers. It seems a natural to us that we commercialize this opportunity as eldercare will become critical to the aging population over the next two decades.
Invest In Haiti
The financial sectors around the world have lifted economies from a poverty-stricken state to a major financial arm. Bahamas became the go-to location for offshore secure investments. This is a major opportunity for a land so closely linked to the Americas.
Free Trade Zones: Dubai is a long way away, Haiti is next door.