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June 2014


Organize, equip and connect job creators in Haiti for the purpose of increasing employment and eradicating poverty


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Gonaves, Cap-Hatien
Logne, Pignon
Jacmel, Jrmie

St. Marc, Petit Gove

Lacienne, Limonde

La Gonave, Darbonne

Bawasya, Baocia

Mariaman, Titanyen

 Les Cayes, Miragoane

Source Matelas

 Saint Marc, Mirebalais


Carrefour, Lambi


Meyotte, Santos

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CPR - 3 Breathing Life into the World
We are blessed in order to bless others. This is the core belief that drives Dan O'Deens, Executive Director of CPR-3, a faith-based organization serving people in crisis and poverty.  Three months after returning home from carrying out relief work in Haiti following the earthquake of January 2010, Dan left his job as a pastor and committed himself to creating opportunities for blessing in Haiti.  
The desire to breathe life into, and bring blessings to Haiti is what compelled Dan to create CPR-3.  O'Deens asserts that the most important aspect of CPR-3 is its partnership program between American churches and 20 strategically chosen communities in Haiti.  These partners work together to find solutions to access clean water, education and health care. 
As a 100K Jobs Implementing Partner, CPR-3 is also committed to creating jobs for Haitian workers. Read how CPR-3 is leveraging partnership to create jobs through the cultivation of the highly nutritious leaves of the Moringa tree by clicking here.
Partners of the Moringa Project Harvest Leaves

Small Business Leaders Expand Their Vision

Bergena Saint Fleur owns a grocery store and is a leader in the Partners Worldwide (PW) Local Business Affiliate (LBA) in J�r�mie. Saint Fleur and other LBA leaders from around Haiti attended a PW business seminar in May in Port-au-Prince where they discussed how to grow strong business alliances that strengthen members.  


Ralph Edmonds, owner of Farmatrix Laboratories, told the group of 16 business owners that, "There are no small businesses, only business owners with a small vision."  He challenged them to run their businesses with order and discipline and to let those traits carry over into society. 


Wilsonor Jean, leader of the Gonaives affiliate added that it only takes one drop of blood to color a container of water, and that they as business people can be the change that Haiti needs.   Participants returned home with a new understanding that they are part of a country-wide network of Christian and ethical business leaders who are changing the business culture and ushering in the "New Haiti."

LBA Members Visit Surtab
LBA Members visit Surtab, Makers of Electronic Tablets  Demonstrating the tablets is Patrick Sanga, Head of Business Development at Surtab.