In response to the growing cholera epidemic in Haiti, Haitian-American
Diaspora’s unite in an effort to bring clean water by way of wells and play-pumps, and
begin a social campaign on sanitation/hygiene education, and recycling/waste
management initiatives for an environmentally safe Haiti.
DloPouViv (Water to Live) aims to motivate and mobilize young Haitians
Americans to utilize their skills and knowledge to motivate the young generation of
Haitians in Haiti, to change the environment for which they live in. With proper
preventive measures we can put an end to water disparities and fatalities, but in order to
change the way that the next generation learns and thinks about their environment in
relation to their health and well being, we need a social/public campaign. With projected
partnerships that include 1 orphanage and 33 schools amongst other organizations and
individuals, Dlo Pou Viv is well underway to start this mission.
DloPouViv Inc announces its first annual press conference to introduce itself to
the communities for which it is asking help and aid from to begin its work. With World
Water Day approaching on March 22nd 2012, DPV/H20 will be discussing future plans
as a Non for Profit organization.. Video and pamphlets on the organizations mission will
be made available. The press conference will allow for a 30 min Q&A with Board
Members and invited Feature Speaker(s).
Date: Thursday, December 15, 2011 starting at 6:30 pm to 9pm.
Venue: South Oxford Space 138 South Oxford Street, Brooklyn N.Y. 11217
If you would like more information about this project, or to schedule an appointment
with Soraya Denis, Please feel free to contact Cindy Smith (718)-902-7726 or email
DloPouViv (H) aiti20Inc.
P.O BOX 300-178
Brooklyn, NY 11230