…..”By lifting large segments of the population out of poverty, grassroots
movements such as Fonkoze and Zafen have the opportunity to empower the
country’s population to overcome and reform the traditional impediments
posed by the national government — corruption, inefficiency, and the
extractive institutions that have plagued the country for decades. Many
Haitians are beginning to gain a sense of what needs to be done to make
their government more efficient and accountable. They are beginning have a
frame of reference for what is possible. After years of bad luck, a number
of key elements are finally coming together for a prosperous new Haiti”
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