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Right now, Haiti is facing poverty, political unrest, and an epidemic of kidnappings.
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One of the initiatives trying to change the country's dynamics is an educational endeavor that began in Providence 30 years ago — The Haitian Project. It is a nonprofit organization that supports and oversees one of the very best secondary education programs in Haiti, focused on the formation of Haiti’s future leaders.
Reese Grondin, President of The Haitian Project, joined GoLocal LIVE on Thursday to discuss the growth of the nonprofit, and how 401Gives makes a difference.
Despite all the challenges in Haiti, The Haitian Project continues to do more. It recently broke ground on its second school—the “Model Campus” that will be replicated across Haiti to create the ten-school Louverture Cleary Schools Network.
The $8.6 million Model Campus project represents Phase One of the entire $73M LCS Network plan. 
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