Haiti Innovation Update (10 October 2007)
Dear Readers, We would like to apologize for having not posted the past several months. It has been a very busy time for us, most of us taking new jobs or going back to school, and learning how to use the excellent new upgrades that were made to the website by Development Seed.
At the moment, I am living in Geneva consulting for the Public Health and HIV Section at the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). I will continue to write about health and development.
Matthew Marek accepted a position as the Head of Programs for the American Red Cross in Haiti. He travels frequently throughout the country and has promised us picturies and stories of his blogs, both for work and for leisure.
Chris Schron has accepted a position in the private sector, working on energy issues. In the months to come, he will give us his perspectives on alternative fuels and where, how, and why they can benefit Haiti and other countries like it.
Last but not least, Rob Miller was accepted into Johns Hopkins University. He is completing part of his MBA studies in Milan, Italy. He will continue to write about political reform and free enterprise.
We appreciate your patience and look forward to sharing with you stories, articles, and media on a country we all care deeply about.
Questions? Feedback? Suggestions? We'd love to hear from you as well. Thank you everyone.
Best Regards, Kenbe Fem