Root Capital CEO Willy Foote thanks the Fund for "serving as a catalyst, for helping build Haitian agriculture that empowers small-scale farmers and is truly sustainable in the long-term."
Final grants promote economic opportunity as Haitians transition to long-term reconstruction.
During their visit, co-chairs also announce new grants for agriculture, artisans, and reconstruction.
The Clinton Bush Haiti Fund makes way for Haitians to chart their own successful future.
Learn about the work the Fund is doing to help Haitians write their own bright future.
The Fund's investment joins OPIC and USAID and made the $26 million project possible.
The Fund joins the Inter-American Development Bank and MEDA/Sarona Asset Management with $1 million investment in the Alternative Insurance Company.
A $442K grant will help Project Medishare implement a medical training program for healthcare professionals.
Clinton Bush Haiti Fund board member Senator Bill Frist reflects on his recent travels to Haiti.
The Fund announces grants and loans totaling $2.59M to businesses and workforce training programs.
"Glimmers of hope": Read how the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund's $2 million investment in the Royal Oasis hotel is among the many projects revitalizing Port-au-Prince.
Paul Altidor, Vice President of Programs and Investments, will continue to participate in Haiti's recovery and growth in this new role.
Read about how one Clinton Bush Haiti Fund program is addressing Haiti's electric challenges through solar power.
Read about how one entrepreneur is responding to the challenges of rebuilding in Haiti.
Read about Haitians returning to help their country build back.
The director of the Oasis Foundation speaks to the importance of promoting livelihoods and strengthening the tourism industry in Haiti through the Haiti Hotel School.
Promoting jobs through international artisan partnerships.
"Haitians don't want charity: they want business." Learn more from HAND/EYE Fund founder Keith Recker.
CEO Gary Edson reflects on the important mission of the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund two years after the earthquake.
The Clinton Bush Haiti Fund invests another $3.2M to support Haitian enterprises.