As part of its Entrepreneurs & Entreprises series, Haiti’s leading newspaper, Le Nouvelliste, published an article on June 5, 2012 about Metacool, a local company that sells energy-efficient air conditioners. The article recounts how, after the company registered online with Peace Dividend Marketplace and attended PDM-H training sessions on procurement processes, it won several contracts with nongovernmental... Read more
PDT to Transfer Key Services to the Haitian Government / PDT va transférer des services clefs au Gouvernement Haïtien
There is good news for Haitian entrepreneurs. Following a period of close cooperation with the Ministry of Commerce and Industry (MCI), Peace Dividend Trust in Haiti is pleased to announce the definitive transfer to the ministry of two services with the greatest impact on the country’s commercial and industrial business sector: training and the distribution of tenders.
The two services will be provided from now on by MCI. To prepare... Read more
Global Post Article on Building Markets: “The Multiplier Effect – Driving Haiti’s Recovery by Spending Dollars Locally”
“Just a small fraction of... Read more
PDT Dividend Marketplace-Haiti Country Director Segolene d’Herlincourt was a recent guest of host Joseph Paillant on his talk show on Télé Ginen. The hour-long program is a popular feature on Haitian television. The show aired originally on March 27, 212 and has been re-aired... Read more
Peace Dividend Trust Closing Its Program in Haiti on June 30/Peace Dividend Trust clôture son programme en Haïti le 30 Juin.
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Laguerre Jean Dieusel has been able to increase his business’s employees five-fold thanks to PDT.
As the owner of Plantes et Services, an agricultural supply firm, Dieusel works in a wide variety of sectors, including agriculture, aviculture, trade, and maintenance. His firm sources... Read more
Raymonde Verna was losing business.
As the director of COPROFER Kenbe, a national cooperative of wire and iron workers in business since 1980, she had the resources to compete for international contracts. The problem was the format of... Read more