International Women's Day 2020 EachforEqual: Fighting Bias For Inclusiveness.

Supporting and Celebrating Women in 2020: That’s what we do

We are thrilled to invite you to join us at the International Women’s Day celebration to honor women in our state. This year, we are pleased to honor two women who have worked and devoted themselves to protect women’s rights. The event will be held on Friday, March 6th, 2020 at 3:30- 5:30 at the state house.

This year’s theme is: Each for Equal: Fighting bias for an inclusive community. At this event, our speakers will emphasize the urgency to acknowledge bias and racism against black people, particularly its impact on black women, and to draw some insights to tackle them in order to ease the path to an authentic inclusive community. Honorees

  1. Dr. Hilary Levey Friedman, President of RI Chapter of National Organization for Women

  2. Honorable Anastasia Williams, House Representative, District 9

These two women among so many others deserve a very particular attention this year. Their work on protecting women’s rights talk volume. Please join us to celebrate them. The speakers feature in this event include:

  1. Cheryl Burrell, Associate Director of the Office of Diversity, Equity and Opportunity of Rhode Island Department of Administration

  2. Dr. Aswood Bousseau, Assistant Professor at Rhode Island College School of Social Work

  3. Beverly Wiley, President of Women's Fund of Rhode Island

  4. Honorable Liana Cassar, House Representative -District 66

MCEE: Danielle Cyprien

Cultural performance by Claude Michelle Aubourg

Our work depends on your generosity. You can continue to support us by contributing online or sending a check to Hope and Change for Haiti at 200 Meshanticut Valley Parkway, Cranston 02920. Thank you for your support to our community.

Happy International Women’s Day!

Aniece Germain Assistant Executive Director Hope and Change for Haiti

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Municipality of Paillant

Department of Nippes, Haiti

COVERED AREAS

About Paillant

Located in the Nippes department of Haiti, the municipality of Paillant has about 20,000 inhabitants who live on a surface area of 28.34 square miles (73.4 square kilometer) and a perimeter of 34.49 mi. The distance between Port-au-prince (the capitol of the country) and Paillant is approximately 71 miles (114.4 kilometers), and the weather averages 80° Fahrenheit (26.67° Celsius). Paillant’s geographical coordinates are 18° 25’ 0” North, 73° 9’ 0” West. Paillant contains many villages such as Jeannette, Desmarais, Bequin, George, Lebrun, Mussotte, Salagnac, Bezin, Corail, Viau, Carrefour Dent, Desmarhots,… It is a municipality that suffers of many social, economic, sanitary and educational issues. Indeed, that population is not exempt of problem related to the entire country which is poverty that includes lack of education, healthcare, road infrastructure, and jobs; inaccessibility to water, and electricity; anarchical construction; rudimentary technics for farming; absence of law enforcement, and bank. The economy relies exclusively on agriculture, livestock, and small commerce. Average family size is 7 members. Beside of all its problem of poverty, Paillant is such a beautiful place with a great potentiality of development, and a wonderful climate. The level of hospitality of its citizens are outstanding. If you want to discover what Paillant has to offer and you want to help us to develop sustainable projects there, please reach out to us by email or telephone or leave us a message on this website. Thank you!