Haiti can’t survive on philanthropy alone. So instead of giving people electricity alone, one entrepreneur is selling it to them for a profit. For one village, that means finally having cold treats such as ice creams. The people need a thriving economy where businesses flourish and jobs are created, in order to contribute to the growth of the country.
Haiti has long been dubbed by the Republic of NGOs because of its heavy reliance on foreign donors and international charities. But charities come to the village and end up leaving when they run out of volunteers or money.Not only will the electricity boost living standards and help satisfy the thirst for cold drinks, it’ll also spark the stagnant economy. Read More>>