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In 2009, Haiti’s national telecom company – Teleco – was rapidly losing market share and nearly $1.5 million a month in public funds. IFC helped the Government of Haiti and Viettel form a partnership that has turned around the fortunes of the company. Today, the new company – Natcom Haiti – has gone from 75,000 customers to 1.8 million and is turning a profit for both Viettel and the government. Stay Connected http://www.facebook.com/IFCwbg http://www.twitter.com/wbg_ppp http://www.twitter.com/IFC_org http://www.ifc.org/LinkedIn http://www.youtube.com/IFCvideocasts http://www.ifc.org/SocialMediaIndex
In 2009, Haiti’s national telecom company – Teleco – was rapidly losing market share and nearly $1.5 million a month in public funds. IFC helped the Government of Haiti and Viettel form a partnership that has turned around the fortunes of the company. Today, the new company – Natcom Haiti – is turning a profit for both Viettel and the government and has gone from 75,000 customers to 1.8 million. Mikaelle Cartright is one of those customers. Stay Connected http://www.facebook.com/IFCwbg http://www.twitter.com/wbg_ppp http://www.twitter.com/IFC_org http://www.ifc.org/LinkedIn http://www.youtube.com/IFCvideocasts http://www.ifc.org/SocialMediaIndex
Haiti has long struggled with the problem of not enough physicians to tend to their medical needs. The 2010 earthquake only worsened the shortage. How do you encourage young doctors to train in Haiti and stay there to practice medicine? One solution is the Haiti Medical Education Project, which provides a virtual classroom via teleconferencing. Dartmouth-Hitchcock is at the forefront of this prototype for medical education in Haiti. The goal is to help Haiti to train the next generation of doctors to help heal their country.
This was my first draft I proposed to my former company (IT/Telecom field) to document their involvement with the humanitarian reliefs effort in partnership with United Nations. This is for the Haiti mission. I volunteered as a IT technician, but I got involved with WFP for the food distribution and the documenting of it. After my submission, I worked with my company for the public version of this film. Together we considerably re-shaped the format. We changed the look and feel of the film, shift the focus on different subjects and change the music. I decided now to publish my first initial work. Therefore I want to be clear of the following: NOTHING IN THIS VIDEO IS ENDORSED BY ANY COMPANY OR ORGANIZATION APPEARING HERE. In order to avoid any risk of misunderstanding of this poi...
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Disasters disrupt national economies, severely weaken the poor and vulnerable and are recognized as major impediments to sustainable development and reduction of poverty especially in poor countries. The impact is even worse for those living in remote and isolated areas with no access to basic information and communication facilities that are essential to providing vital alerting information. In order to mitigate the impact of disasters, timely dissemination of authoritative information before, during, and after disasters is critical. ITU's activities in the field of radiocommunications make invaluable contribution to disaster management as they facilitate the prediction, detection, and alerting through the coordinated and effective use of the radio-frequency spectrum and the establishmen...
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Coordinator for International Communications and Information Policy, Ambassador Philip Verveer, hosts a telecommunication industry roundtable on Haiti relief and reconstruction efforts, at the Department of State in Washington, DC July 9, 2010. [Go to http://www.state.gov/video for text transcript and more video.]
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The Irish Billionaire talks to Neil Weinberg of Forbes about Digicel's expansion in the South Pacific and West Indies, as well as his efforts with the Clinton Global Initiative and USAID. http://www.forbes.com/billionaires
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- Natcom is the leading telecom operator with the share of the Haitian national telecommunication company (TELECO) and Viettel Group, - Natcom est un des premiers opérateurs créé par la joint venture entre la Téléco et le Groupe Viettel. - the state-owned company of Vietnam. - la société possesée du Vietnam - Viettel Group has invested USD 100 millions to install the optical fiber cables all over the country. - Le groupe Viettel a investin 100 millions de USD pour installer le réseau de fibre optique dans tout le terrain du pays. - It is the only cable infrastructure in Haiti, enabling fix, internet and mobile services. - Elle est la seule compagnie ayant l'infrastructure filaire en Haïti, permettant les services fixes, Internet et mobile. - With the state-of-the-art technology 3G, - ...
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Mathias Pierre a grandi au Cap-Haïtien et est diplômé en Ingénierie de l'Université de l'Etat en 1995. Alors qu'il était encore à l'université il travaillait avec la Téléco, l'entreprise de télécommunications de l'Etat, et a également installé des cours d'été pour que plus de 200 étudiants du lycée se préparent aux examens d'entrée à l'université. Les cours d'été lui ont permis de financer ses études, acheter des vêtements, et pour la première fois de sa vie, posséder un lit. L'arrivée de l'Internet en 1998 a présenté une occasion unique pour M. Pierre. Il a offert de trouver et vendre des ordinateurs pour une école et le bénéfice réalisé était le capital initial pour le lancement de GaMa Consulting. L'année 2003 a vu le lancement d'un nouveau concept : GaMa PC service où un technicien vo...
Dateline: Sakenville, Haiti - January 11, 2010 - This short clip puts you there, front and center, as the ribbon is cut for today's opening of the brand new campus of the Emmaus Biblical Seminary in Sakenville, Haiti. Thanks to all of you who played such an important role in this monumental day for the Kingdom!
In Haiti, the deathtoll from the cholera epidemic has now reached 917. And more than 14 thousand others are infected. On Sunday the country's political leaders went on national television to speak to people about the outbreak.. targeting in particular, earthquake survivors still living in squalid camps . Al Jazeera's Cath Turner reports from the capital , Port Au Prince.
http://www.weforum.org 27.01.2010 The crisis in Haiti has required an unprecedented effort by humanitarian organizations and the private sector to save lives and re-establish critical communication and supply links. How do first responders just back from Haiti see the current situation today the prospects for the future? Tom Arnold, Chief Executive Officer, Concern Worldwide, Ireland Catherine Bragg, Assistant Secretary-General , United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), New York Bekele Geleta, Secretary-General, International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC), Geneva Denis O'Brien, Chairman, Digicel Group, Ireland Josette Sheeran, Executive Director, United Nations World Food Programme (WFP), Rome; Global Agenda Council o...
Let's ALL send HOPE to HAITI! .................................................. "There are people dying If you care enough for the living Make a better place For you and for me. Heal the World." Michael Jackson, 'Heal the World'. 'L.O.V.E., It's all for Love.' .................................................. To all dear friends who want to show your love and respect for the memory of Michael Jackson, and for his messages and acts in life on behalf of hope and healing for our world. .................................................. Please go to one of these links and give what you can. Team Michael for UNICEF: http://inside.unicefusa.org/site/TR?team_id=14920&fr_id=1050&pg=team .................................................. United Methodist Committee on...