Haiti President Martelly in New York to receive Leadership in Education Award

Haiti President Martelly left Haiti Thursday on a quick trip to New York where he will receive a Leadership in Education award from the Happy Hearts Fund... In the same ceremony, former U.S. President Bill Clinton will also receive a Lifetime Achievement Award...


President Martelly receive Leadership in Education Award

According to the event poster fon the Happy Hearts Fund, President Martelly will receive this Leadership in Education Award "for his transformational leadership after the devastating earthquake and commitment to upfliting Haiti's future trough education."

Wow... That's a cool award to receive! don't you think so?

The Happy Hearts Fund, founded by supermodel Petra Nemcova, is a non-profit organisation dedicated to rebuilding schools and restoring hope and opportunity in the lives of children after natural disasters.

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Patrick Princivil says...

Great,

Trou manti pa fon non, si nap by manti map kinbé nou et map partagé sa sou Face-Book, twitter et tout lòt média yo, nou prétan di ké membre Palais gin pou yalé Miami pou al parlé ak diaspora yo sou démand nou yo avek yon infòmasyon san adresse, la mwen kontinyé pa fè nou konfians pi rèd.

Kounyé a nou vi'n avec yon dosyé leadership in education award, mwen pral google li, État-Unis sé yon grand puisans li yé, si lékol sa a exzisté map kon-nin li paka fèt anba table, byen ké Bill Clinton trè hypocrite nan lute Haiti a, lékol sa a dwé konu sou Internet.

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Bonito says...

I'm convinced Ms Nemcova can do a lot more than that as she could have been a bit more subtle as well. May God bless her some

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