18 episodes

Many Haitian Americans are interested in moving back to Haiti.  Our account is to provide information on that experience, from A to Z from our specific relatable experiences.  There is a lot we wish we knew when we were looking to make the move back. The true aim of the show is to provide that resource.   And to provide insight for young Haitian nationals here who are also intrigued by the return of the diaspora. They are important stakeholders because these young Haitian nationals tend to have incorrect ideas about diaspora returning, this show can enlighten them and help bridge the gap betwe

Map Pim-Pey Ou Ayiti: The Haitian Diaspora Back-In-Haiti Podcast Haipro Solutions

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.9 • 7 Ratings

Many Haitian Americans are interested in moving back to Haiti.  Our account is to provide information on that experience, from A to Z from our specific relatable experiences.  There is a lot we wish we knew when we were looking to make the move back. The true aim of the show is to provide that resource.   And to provide insight for young Haitian nationals here who are also intrigued by the return of the diaspora. They are important stakeholders because these young Haitian nationals tend to have incorrect ideas about diaspora returning, this show can enlighten them and help bridge the gap betwe

    E17: Season Recap, Behind the Scenes Anecdotes, and the Future of the Podcast  

    E17: Season Recap, Behind the Scenes Anecdotes, and the Future of the Podcast  

    In this final episode of our first season, Marc and I will be reminiscing on our first foreway into the realm of podcasts. We'll be reviewing little unknown things about each episode, some behind the scenes anecdotes, and how exactly we see this  space for returning Haitians to highlight their experience re-engaging in  + transition to Haiti will develop for future seasons.  Do tune in

    • 53 min
    E16:  Keys to the Success of Serial Entrepreneurship in Haiti Ft. Duquesne Fednard

    E16:  Keys to the Success of Serial Entrepreneurship in Haiti Ft. Duquesne Fednard

    Our last guest of the season is the protype Haitian who has returned back to Haiti and has launched a series of businesses in the country that has not only lead to his own personal success, but 450 jobs and counting.  Duequesne Fednard is gracing us with what really is a lecture on entrepreneurship in Haiti, and it is with great pleasure to share the countless nuggets of info with everyone listening to the Podcast.


    A bit more on our guest: Duquesne is a serial entrepreneur whose experience encompasses finance, management, operations and engineering in both start-ups and established enterprises in developed and developing countries. Present and past positions include CEO of D&E Green Enterprises, CEO of B2D S.A, Director of Cetemoh Digital Center, the sole Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) center in Haiti, Director of NYC Business Solutions at Wildcat Service Corporation, and Vice President at Perfection, one of the largest machine shops in Haiti. He is an Ashden award winner, an Ashoka fellow and past Digicel Haiti Entrepreneur of the Year, and he is a member of Clinton Foundation and the European Environmental Foundation. He holds a master’s degree from Columbia University in International Affairs and bachelor’s degree in Management Information Systems (MIS) from State University of New York. As the CEO of D&E, he successfully managed several donor grants and loan programs from USAID, UKAid, IADB, World Bank and United Nations.

    • 1 hr
    E15:  The Deportee Story; Fighting Stigma and Changing Haiti for the Better. Ft. Marie Sainviluste  

    E15:  The Deportee Story; Fighting Stigma and Changing Haiti for the Better. Ft. Marie Sainviluste  

    The deported story is an important yet often neglected story of the Haitian diaspora experience. Being deportee is almost kept hush-hush due to the stigma associated with it, despite that, not all Haitians get deported because of a criminal offense. Our guest Marie Sainviluste, of LifeinHaiti Youtube, is here to deep into the issue with sharing her own story.  The story is dark, and often unforgiving, but the outcome is one of incredible hope and impact.  She is now in Haiti changing changing lives, educating youth, and building homes in Haiti.  Please listen alongside us, in this very special podcast.



    Where to Find Her and How to Help:

    YouTube:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPh-4x9Cfxb64V7j89Fqatg


    Fb/IG: Life_inhaiti

    Cashapp:$Danny0529

    • 1 hr 25 min
    E14: Talking Police Brutality, BLM, and Activism Impact in America + Colorism in Haiti

    E14: Talking Police Brutality, BLM, and Activism Impact in America + Colorism in Haiti

    In this episode, we are talking about current events.  Police brutality, BLM as a movement vs as an organization, and whether Activism has long term impact in America.  We bring the conversation back to Haiti with our discussion on how we've seen colorism just dominate the socio-economic landscape in Haiti and what the possible solutions be in this case.

    • 1 hr 6 min
    E13 : Amazon Prime Documentary "La Belle Vie" Talks Identity, Film, & Reconnecting with Haiti

    E13 : Amazon Prime Documentary "La Belle Vie" Talks Identity, Film, & Reconnecting with Haiti

    After watching the Amazon Prime documentary "La Belle Vie" - The Good Life, that documentary that follows a Haitian American going through the story of her roots, her family history, and reconnecting with an estranged homeland while desperate to impact a change for the better for her country and the people that reside there.  A story I instantly connected with.  It's with great pleasure that we welcome Rachelle Salnave to the Podcast today.


    Video Description

     After watching the Amazon Prime documentary "La Belle Vie" - The Good Life, that documentary that follows a Haitian American going through the story of her roots, her family history, and reconnecting with an estranged homeland while desperate to impact a change for the better for her country and the people that reside there.  A story I instantly connected with.  It's with great pleasure that we welcome Rachelle Salnave to the Podcast today.  


    Amazon Prime: La Belle Vie - The Good Life
    https://vimeo.com/ondemand/labelleviefilm


    More about Rachelle Salnave:

    Rachelle Salnave has balanced an extensive range of professional experiences. In a 10-year span, her documentary “Harlem’s Mart 125: The American Dream” won “Best Documentary” at the 2010 African World Documentary Film Festival in St. Louis, Missouri and was featured in the 2011 National Urban League Conference focusing on gentrification.

    Salnave’s short documentary “The Haitian Guantanamo Bay Experience: The Legal Journey” was selected for the online exhibit, “Guantanamo Public Memory Project” spearheaded by Columbia University. After completing a Master’s degree in Motion Pictures at the University of Miami in May of 2014, she developed Ayiti Images, which is a film series showcasing Haitian films and its directors, traveling throughout South Florida creating forums to better explore the Haitian experience. In March 2015, The General Consulate of the Republic of Haiti in Miami nominated Salnave with the “Beacon of Hope and Achievement” award. Sundance Institute has selected Salnave as the 2015 Screenwriters Intensive Fellow.  

    Salnave traveled to Guatemala and created a short documentary, The Heavenly Nut Story, which looks at one family’s mission to save the environment by planting macadamia nut trees. In 2016, her feature documentary, “La Belle Vie: The Good Life,” which examines her Haitian identity was nominated for an EMMY award. Salnave is a 2x Knight Foundation recipient and was named the 2017 “Knight Champion” for her leadership in the film community in Miami. In February 2018, Salnave and her partner Jean H. Marcelin launched Black Lounge Film Series, which brings global black films to Historic Overtown.


    Amazon Prime: La Belle Vie - The Good Life
    https://vimeo.com/ondemand/labelleviefilm

    • 1 hr 7 min
    E12: A Haitian American's return; Bringing Data Science to Haiti & A Detailed Startup Guide

    E12: A Haitian American's return; Bringing Data Science to Haiti & A Detailed Startup Guide

    For those who do not know, in addition to my media creation and business ventures in Haiti, I also consult for American companies in the capacity as a Data Analytics Professional while living in Haiti.  So this is going to be a very special (and definitely not last time) where I invite Castlline Tilus, a Stanford Education Haitian who has returned to teach a generation of Haitians on the Avant Garde Industry of Data Analysis and Data Science.  Please listen to this extra personal episode of the Podcast.


    A bit more about our guest:  

    Castelline Tilus is the founder of Ayiti Analytics, a data science lab focused on increasing analytical capacity in Haiti through education, consulting and public research. To tackle the problem of unemployment in Haiti, Ayiti Analytics provides structured education programs in partnership with local institutions of higher education, and subsequently place graduates in jobs with local employers. It's a flagship education program, the Port-au-Prince Data Science Bootcamp, is organized in partnership with the telecommunications giant, Digicel. The range of educational services provided by Ayiti Analytics extends beyond the Bootcamp to include free interactive meetups for the public. Ayiti Analytics educates, builds, and uses the tools at it's disposal to solve the most pressing problems in Haiti.  


    https://www.ayitianalytics.org/  

    • 1 hr 16 min

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