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MISSION AND ACTION

Image result for image d-une infirmière HaitienneThe general hospitalization mission of patients is the heart of the nursing home profession. The Public Health Code and its missions correspond to the public service name. In public health, the mission is to protect the health of populations effectively. This mission must be articulated around these three major axes.

Anticipate: to detect health risks in order to bring the decision elements to the public authorities and ensure the implementation of a national system of monitoring and surveillance.

Understand: namely to improve knowledge about the health status of the population, behaviors, health risks and design intervention strategies in prevention and health promotion.

To act: to promote health, to act on environments, to experiment and implement prevention programs, to respond to health crises.

 

graduates in medicine and pharmacology.

 

The scientific and expertise agency of the health field, is in charge of observing the epidemiological and the monitoring of the health status of the populations. A very absent case in the field of health in Haiti and becoming a phenomenon. Ensure health risks threatening the population. Promote health and reduce risk, develop prevention and education for health. Prepare and respond to threats, alerts and health crises. A prevention that is repeated every day, but always remain closed to the Ministry of Public Health of Haiti. Launch health alerts to help the population.

 

The organization's proposal is linked in relation to public health, and / indeed, adjustments are essential to the implementation of the health work of the organization:

Ongoing professional development of hospital and non-hospital practitioners;

Initial training and continuing professional development of midwives and paramedical personnel and research in their areas of expertise.

Education and prevention actions for health and their coordination.

Urgent medical assistance, together with practitioners and other health professionals, persons and services concerned.

The fight against social exclusion, in relation to other relevant professions and institutions, as well as associations working in this field.

The care of people under psychiatric care.

The care provided to prisoners in prison and, if necessary, in a hospital setting.

 

 

 

 

 

The condition of health is still critical after the last three decades of democracy in Haiti, a single public general hospital in the heart of downtown for more than 12 million people with a paid service, and buyable from doctors who are fuck patients. In proposing the health mission, health agencies must rely on their partners, including members of the national public health networks in relation to the actors on the ground, to contribute, animate and coordinate. The programming approach that she bases leads to an independent scientific expertise that responds like the product of the health agency. To plan an always up-to-date knowledge intervention, must be made available to the competent authorities to inform, preserve and promote health policies.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our eyes are fixed and at the same time 

determined by acting towards the population for the setting up of a new health agency taken into account social inequaliti

es of health, a very marked situation between the different socio-professional categories in Haiti, the heart of profession and the care facility has quite to do with that with the general mission of hospitalization of patients. A very expensive action in Haiti, in the general hospital, the permanence of care is a partisan affair, as in private hospitals; "No money no care", the care of palliative care, university and postgraduate education, research, they are all maintained by the most capable, who enroll a dozen deaths per day in the hospital. What were the doctors' oaths for the protection of human life?

 

The particularity of the public service mission in Haiti defined, is that they cannot be exercised by all health care institutions whether public or private, that's why people are dead.

We have a mission to apply public structures, for profit or not, enforceable rates guaranteeing 24/7 access to patients, this structure will be an even greater public service and help avoid situations of deficiency , to validate in particular in a way of permanence of the care.

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Haiti known in the world as a poor country of matter and the economy, an identity which is seen as a double exceptionality: it is an anti-slavery revolution since the past 48 years, the repercussions were considerable for the independences still calls today reflections in the field of political philosophy; a country which seems to have rested for two centuries of its independence and which sinks every day into poverty.


Almost no nightlife in Haiti, since the overthrow of former dictator Jean Claude Duvalier aka Baby Doc, so with him and his father François Duvalier, fear did not exist. Politicians who claimed to bring democracy as a revolution against the TONTON MAKOUT regime only reduced the country to ashes, no primary schools, no vocational schools, no universities, no hospitals, no agricultural plantations, no jobs for young people, all the goods of the national market are imported products, and the people remain in the same misery.

As if the country had a particular difficulty in getting its head out of the water. As if it could not survive without the help of international aid. Many areas remain fallow. This is the case of education.


Getting out of an education in Haiti is only the most terrible tragedy imaginable or discoverable in the 21st century, the lack of education in a country is like a chronic disease that needs a cure. What did they do after the three democratic decades? In the big city of Port-au-Prince there are only two bookstores for more than three million inhabitants, no electricity, we use the TET GRIDAT gas lamp or the white candle. The illiteracy rate in Haiti remains around 50%. No doubt: the level of formal education in Haiti is so low that it is difficult to get the country on the road to development.

 

Our purpose is not at all to draw attention to the causes of underdevelopment, on which many national and international researchers are constantly working. We would only like, without denying anything of the complexity of the Haitian case, to support that a path exists for the development of Haiti: it passes by the establishment of an identical basic formal education for all the Haitians, during the years schools using the two national languages ​​Creole and French recognized by the 1987 Constitution, a constitution denied and abandoned at the level of the Haitian parliament, which today has put the country in this critical state of chaos.

We have heard that this would be an uncertain truism. The two centuries of Haiti's independence show a real inequality between urban and rural schools. During the American occupation of Haiti between 1915 and 1934, the government favored technical and vocational schools leaving the great mass of the population in illiteracy.

 
 
It is well explained that many students came from poor families who could not afford school fees, but they were accepted, all of whom needed school help. Their school receives funding through UFADI's tuition support program and offers them a daily meal.

In 1957 the President of the Republic of Haiti, François Duvalier (Papi Doc) did his best to organize the departure of teachers, doctors and technicians abroad, he brought teachers from abroad to assure the public instruction there, so he did better sit down his dictatorship.

Our vision is to start the project of the same school for all Haitians with the possibility to use as always the two languages - Creole and French, understood, not for a minority only in urban cities, but for the whole country.

 

Policies have continued to stall, preventing the deployment of schooling for all in Haiti, a daily suffering on a daily basis. Various researches and experiments have been made. A national plan for education and vocational training was proposed in 1998 on the basis of mobilization of all sectors directly concerned with education. But it was put back in the drawers a few months later, so that every new Minister of National Education is still drowning in an avalanche of claims without knowing where to start.

 The failure of education in Haiti is a reality and it is adequate for development failure. Only 10% of schools are public for a population of 8 million to 12.7 million, the situation is disgusting and sad for an independent state for more than two centuries. The proliferation, in anarchy, of private schools and universities in the capital and provincial towns demonstrates that demand exists. But the state does not follow because the education sector is plagued by corruption: the school is a reliable source of business, diplomas are sold, mediocrity is honored, the recovery of the school and university system under state control remains a challenge, and the least capable still remain in disarray.

With new funding of $ 10.1 million USD, we are looking to continue paying tuition for more than 7600 children from different schools to be attending this year, and we will have wanted to continue supporting the Kindergarten to basic school`s food program.
 
 

Address 48 Mon Repos 50, Carrefour.  Port-au-Prince/ Haïti, 

Phone  : (509) 36638357/ 509 34 68 12 86 

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Jean Marc-nel Etienne

 

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Our mission is to make accessible to the greatest number Haitian capital works.

 

For that we will:

  • Conduct a policy of safeguarding, protecting and presenting cultural heritage in all its components and encouraging the creation of works of art and spirit.
  • Leading culture in the media field. In particular, ensure the development and dissemination of audiovisual creation and encourage the dissemination of educational and cultural programs.
  •  Elaboration and implementation of this policy concerning technologies, media and networks used in the field of communication.

It will be necessary to promote the development of artistic practices and teachings and, together with other interested institutions, contribute to the development of arts and cultural education for children and young adults throughout their training cycles. In Haitian culture, we have all these structures of the arts namely: painting, sculpture, literature (poems, declamation, theater), music, rara.

 

The rara:

A socio-cultural event that comes after the Carnival period especially marked by the festivities of rara recognized in the town of Léogâne, but this festival is particularly practicable in the four corners of Haiti with the massive participation of the inhabitants surrounded to the activities of popular manifestation. The rara contributes to the fulfillment of the human being and participates in the transformation of society through their rhythms and messages broadcast, a festival that is an integral part of the Leogane economy by attracting many visitors to this event.

 

 

 

Through this section, we will try to draw a panorama as complete and representative as possible of the culture of Haitian arts. It also contributes to the emancipation of youth in many ways.

This will allow them to cover tuition fees as well as the opportunity to learn to play certain instruments. It will take at least 1,500,000 gourdes for the expense of preparing for the parade of the so-called RARA BAND, many of them are facing financial difficulties despite the broad contribution of the diaspora, so, regarding culture and evolution of youth in cultural development and others, the Ministry of Culture and the Ministry of Government resigned and engendered an act of corruption.

Despite the great cultural and creative Haitian history, it is clear that these industries are confronted with various constraints including the imperfect knowledge of the sector, the weakness of institutions, the absence of genuine public policies, the degradation of tangible and intangible

 heritage. etc. More specifically, the Haitian audiovisual sector remains below its potential.

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In addition, the organization will fully participate in the definition and implementation of the policy of the field of decentralization, as was done by former president Michel Joseph Martelly who decentralized the carnival period in all cities from the country. A festivity that can increase the economy through the local and international tourists that return to the country for these two festivities; the three days of mardi-gras and Lent. These local cultural initiatives are encouraged and the links between the cultural policies of the State and those of the developed territorial communities.

 

 

 

 

 

The development of cultural industries and new technologies of diffusion of the creation of craftsmen. The recording studios are in full expansion, as evidenced by the holiday seasons of the end of years. The show is mixed for dance and theater. What does it mean to understand? The music, the ball in particular exports quite well in the USA and in the Caribbean, in particular in the cities with strong Haitian agglomeration.

The country has, for the moment, neither theater nor literary club, while the scriptural production increases considerably. There are an impressive number of broadcasting companies in the country, including nearly 200 radio stations and more than 400 television stations.

 

NB: * We will fight for an academy of culture for the young Haitian can do the best, because the Haitian works are awarded abroad.

 

  • Implement actions to ensure the influence in the world of culture, Haitian artistic creation and the Creole language.
  • Prepare and implement actions that contribute to the dissemination, use and enrichment of the Creole language as well as the
  •  preservation and enhancement of the languages ​​of Haiti.
  • Contribute finally to the cultural action of 
  • Haiti generally abroad and to actions related to Haitian cultural establishments abroad.
  • Cooperate in the fight agai
  • nst discrimination and corruption in the field of Haitian culture Through the pooling of resources and contacts, institutions work with people-relays intervening in the social field.

 A structure that today serves cancer for the Haitian community.

 

 

Despite episodic success, Haitian cinema is struggling to meet international standards that would allow its exploitation in foreign markets. In short, the cultural and creative industries are not in a position to realize their potential for lack of adequate public policies related to infrastructure, production facilities, training of human resources for the protection of intellectual property.

The sector is torn between two institutions: the Ministry of Culture and the Ministry of Tourism, both of which claim the guardianship of the creative industries by the great diversity of these industries which include activities that touch on both the creation, the production and marketing of cultural and intangible content in order to take advantage of the creative industries and to benefit the tourism sector.

 

We seek to understand them better by establishing the order of magnitude of its potential and its relation to the rest of the economic activity. The end result is to arrive at a clear idea of ​​their impact and the way in which public authorities can to create an environment conducive to their growth and competitiveness.

1. Assembly and operationalization of structures for collecting and processing statistical data,

2. Establishment of a system of classification of activities, techniques of collective management of the institutional aspects of copyright and related rights, good practices and various technical support. Hence the justification of the two following projects:

  • Systematic protection of Haiti's flagship products, starting with cut iron, by geographical indication and trademark.
  • Capacity building of stakeholder institutions to intervene in the formulation and implementation of public policies related to the cultural and creative industries sector.
  • Formulate ideas for the systematic protection of Haiti's specific economic wealth generated in the form of flagship products by the cultural and creative industries and other productive sectors,
  • Start with the cut iron of Haiti. It is articulated around actions aimed at:
  • sensitize and train representatives of public and private stakeholders on aspects related to the protection of Haitian products, trademarks and international commercial contracts.
  • Establish a road map for the establishment of protection for the valorization of Haitian products by combining it with a marketing and communication strategy for the promotion of Haitian products.
  • provide support for Haitian marketing and international recognition as well as for a competitive positioning of Haitian products in international markets.

Project ideas should be geared towards strengthening national capacities in the formulation and application of public policies related to the cultural and creative industries sector.

  • Development of appropriate methodologies for capturing information on cultural activities.
  • Collection and processing of cultural and creative statistical data and development of indicators.
  • In-depth knowledge of cultural and creative areas, economic importance and growth potential.
  • Classification of relevant economic activities.
  • Development and deployment of policy and strategy tools promoting entrepreneurship and the development of cultural industries.
  • Actions to be carried out without risk of interinstitutional overlap
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Haiti known in the world as a poor country of matter and the economy, an identity which is seen as a double exceptionality: it is an anti-slavery revolution since the past 48 years, the repercussions were considerable for the independences still calls today reflections in the field of political philosophy; a country which seems to have rested for two centuries of its independence and which sinks every day into poverty.


Almost no nightlife in Haiti, since the overthrow of former dictator Jean Claude Duvalier aka Baby Doc, so with him and his father François Duvalier, fear did not exist. Politicians who claimed to bring democracy as a revolution against the TONTON MAKOUT regime only reduced the country to ashes, no primary schools, no vocational schools, no universities, no hospitals, no agricultural plantations, no jobs for young people, all the goods of the national market are imported products, and the people remain in the same misery.

As if the country had a particular difficulty in getting its head out of the water. As if it could not survive without the help of international aid. Many areas remain fallow. This is the case of education.


Getting out of an education in Haiti is only the most terrible tragedy imaginable or discoverable in the 21st century, the lack of education in a country is like a chronic disease that needs a cure. What did they do after the three democratic decades? In the big city of Port-au-Prince there are only two bookstores for more than three million inhabitants, no electricity, we use the TET GRIDAT gas lamp or the white candle. The illiteracy rate in Haiti remains around 50%. No doubt: the level of formal education in Haiti is so low that it is difficult to get the country on the road to development.

 

Our purpose is not at all to draw attention to the causes of underdevelopment, on which many national and international researchers are constantly working. We would only like, without denying anything of the complexity of the Haitian case, to support that a path exists for the development of Haiti: it passes by the establishment of an identical basic formal education for all the Haitians, during the years schools using the two national languages ​​Creole and French recognized by the 1987 Constitution, a constitution denied and abandoned at the level of the Haitian parliament, which today has put the country in this critical state of chaos.

We have heard that this would be an uncertain truism. The two centuries of Haiti's independence show a real inequality between urban and rural schools. During the American occupation of Haiti between 1915 and 1934, the government favored technical and vocational schools leaving the great mass of the population in illiteracy.

 
 
It is well explained that many students came from poor families who could not afford school fees, but they were accepted, all of whom needed school help. Their school receives funding through UFADI's tuition support program and offers them a daily meal.

In 1957 the President of the Republic of Haiti, François Duvalier (Papi Doc) did his best to organize the departure of teachers, doctors and technicians abroad, he brought teachers from abroad to assure the public instruction there, so he did better sit down his dictatorship.

Our vision is to start the project of the same school for all Haitians with the possibility to use as always the two languages - Creole and French, understood, not for a minority only in urban cities, but for the whole country.

 

Policies have continued to stall, preventing the deployment of schooling for all in Haiti, a daily suffering on a daily basis. Various researches and experiments have been made. A national plan for education and vocational training was proposed in 1998 on the basis of mobilization of all sectors directly concerned with education. But it was put back in the drawers a few months later, so that every new Minister of National Education is still drowning in an avalanche of claims without knowing where to start.

 The failure of education in Haiti is a reality and it is adequate for development failure. Only 10% of schools are public for a population of 8 million to 12.7 million, the situation is disgusting and sad for an independent state for more than two centuries. The proliferation, in anarchy, of private schools and universities in the capital and provincial towns demonstrates that demand exists. But the state does not follow because the education sector is plagued by corruption: the school is a reliable source of business, diplomas are sold, mediocrity is honored, the recovery of the school and university system under state control remains a challenge, and the least capable still remain in disarray.

With new funding of $ 10.1 million USD, we are looking to continue paying tuition for more than 7600 children from different schools to be attending this year, and we will have wanted to continue supporting the Kindergarten to basic school`s food program.
 
 

Address 48 Mon Repos 50, Carrefour.  Port-au-Prince/ Haïti, 

Phone  : (509) 36638357/ 509 34 68 12 86 

E-mail :  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

              This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Jean Marc-nel Etienne