People & Culture

From disaster, a new digital economy for Haiti

In the wake of the devastating 2010 earthquake, online opportunities are arising that could help resurrect the Caribbean nation
  • Feb 22, 2018
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  • 1 minutes
Women study at L’École Supérieure d’Infotronique d’Haiti. The school is one of the partners of the AYITIC program, which is helping train Haitian women to take part in the digital economy. Expand Image
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How a new training program could make young Haitian women part of the global economy and help get the shattered nation back on its feet. Part of an ongoing series of stories about innovative projects in the developing world, a partnership between the International Development Research Centre and Canadian Geographic.

Visit the Charting Change website to read “From disaster, a new digital economy for Haiti.”

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