AKASAN se yon konbit ki ap mobilize resous Ayisyen toupatou pou ede Ayisyen kanpe djanm toupatou.
AKASAN bay enèji! Anpil Ayisyen, espesyalman sila yo ki grandi nan mitan klas ki pi defavorize yo, genyen yon ti plas espesyal nan kè yo pou AKASAN. Se bon fòtifyan natif natal sa a ki te abitye kore nou byen kore, dekwa pou nou te ka koresponn ak defi lavi anba flanm solèy peyi d Ayiti chak jou nou te pran wout chimen lekòl.
Ayisyen Ki Ap Soutni Ayisyen Nètalkole se sa AKASAN ye jounen jodi a!
WHERE SHOULD I DONATE TO REALLY HELP HAITIANS?
Friends and family have been asking us this question recently. The short answer is as follows:
Support Haitian-led organizations with a positive track record in building local capacity.
Our mission is to help Haitians anywhere invest energy and resources in efficient Konbit activities that bring better quality of life for Haitians everywhere. This powerful Kreyol word, “Konbit”, is rooted in an African tradition of collective farming work which remains vibrant within most Haitian rural communities.
To have direct positive impact, consider supporting the following organizations:
Konbit Pou Port-a-Piment (KPP) (portapiment.com)
The Julia & Jade Foundation (fjuja.org)
We, at AKASAN, are familiar with their work and can attest to the integrity of their board.
I, Jafrikayiti, would advise to stir away from anything UN, Red Cross, religion-based or strongly associated with the Core Group of foreign powers that have been messing with Haiti since the racist bicentennial coup d’état (Feb 29, 2004).
MEN KÈK EMISYON RADYO NOU PWOPOZE OU: (Kreyòl / Français)
Bouyon Rasin: dimanch/ Sun. 6 p.m. (Université d’Ottawa) http://chuo.fm/show/bouyon-rasin/ (achiv 1 mwa)
Randevou Ayisyen: chak 2 dimanch/ Alt. Sun. 7 p.m. (Carleton University) http://cod.ckcufm.com/programs/36/info.html (achiv 1 ane+)
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