Tuesday, December 30, 2008

My wishes for the year 2009

We are nearing the last day of 2008 meaning by now you should be ready to enter the year 2009. I normally don't like to make wishes 'cause I always end up forgetting about them the first 10 days into it. I do however have some special wishes for Haiti and here it is:

1- I wish it rains in Haiti a moderate rain, so that the land will be prosperous and therefore everyone can grow their own food and therefore provide the nation with their surplus and therefore make money out of it thus stimulate our economy. Then we will be able to sell to other countries and therefore become prosperous.

2- I wish Haitians would get together as one, no matter their skin colors, their religion or ideologies and seat on a table to see what is good for the nation and follow through with it.

3- I wish that all Haitians living abroad keep on sending money to Haiti to stimulate the economy.

4- I wish that all Haitians around the world would get together to promote peace in Haiti, help educate the Haitians, help Haiti to go forward economically.

5- I wish that Haitians living in the US illegally would be granted a Temporary protected Status(TPS) due to all problems we have had with 4 hurricanes, plus political unrest.

TPS allows certain foreign nationals to remain temporarily in the United States when any of the following conditions exist in their home country: there is ongoing armed conflict posing a serious threat to personal safety; it is requested by a foreign state that temporarily cannot handle the return of nationals due to environmental disaster; or when extraordinary and temporary conditions in a foreign state exist that prevent aliens from returning.

Haiti has long met the requirements for TPS, and it is now more vital than ever that the United States extend this helping hand to Haiti, as it has done for other nations in similar situations.

The United States has provided $235 million in aid to Haiti in the past year. This amount is dwarfed, however, by the nearly $1 billion in remittances sent by Haitians back to Haiti, totaling approximately one third of the country's GDP. The repatriation of Haitians will only further hamper Haiti's recovery efforts.(Source Miami Herald).

This is my wish that Haitians all over the world would be granted and stay of deportations where they can work and help their family.

7- I wish that We should work so hard and so efficiently that more tourists would come to visit this wonderful land full of unexploited resources. I wish that we start helping ourselves and not wait all the time for foreign nations.

6-More than ever I wish that Haitians would turn their face to God and proclaim him the king of kings and their savior in him and him alone their would place their faith. Without God we are bound to failure! No ifs, buts and ands about it!

It is time we start getting back on our feet so much that we start helping nations who have been helping us for so many years such as the USA, Canada etc... This blog is not about politics it is about lifting up the country of Haiti! Let's join hands together and let others know that there is more to Haiti than what is portrayed in the media.

May God bless you and have a happy new year! If you have a wish please let us know about it by posting it here.

Saturday, December 20, 2008

Merry Christmas and happy new year!

Jesus is the reason for the season!
Some people say happy holiday but me I say have a Jesus filled Christmas! We are celebrating the birthday of the king who came to die for our sins! I wanna say thank you to God for his grace and mercy and a special thank you to his song Jesus!

May you enjoy it and know if it had not been for the Jesus, there would be no Christmas and we all would have been still bound in our sins!

Thursday, December 18, 2008

Yon ti koze pesonèl avèk Aysyen yo! (Heart to heart talk with my fellow Haitians)

Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at PhotobucketLè m'ap gade kijan pèp Ayisyen soufri e kijan malgre tout bagay yo toujou gen yon bel souri sou vizaj yo! Le mwen gade kijan Ayiti ap degrade men nou toujou kenbe lespwa! Lè mwen gade kijan malgre tout sityasyon politik, ekonomik ak sosyal pèp Ayisye toujou kenbe fèm! Mwen realize ke se sèl Bondye ki Bondye! Si se pa te li tout moun tap fou! Lajan pa ba ou bonè! Li ka achte bèl kay pou ou, fè ou gen gwo relasyon men si ou pa Bondye nan lavi-w ou chire!
Ayiti, an nou leve Bondye pi wo! AN nou chèche pwisans li ak prezans li konsa peyi nou an ap sispann fe pa an aryè!

Konnen nou pa konnen ki jan peyi nou an rich, konnen nou pa konnen kijan peyi a bèl! Mwen swete nou tout yon bon fèt nwèl ak yon lerez ane!

Walk of Fame Animated custom comment codes for MySpace, Hi5, Friendster and more - ImageChef.com Chak moun gen fason pa'l ke li ka ede Ayiti! Mwen menm sa mwen fe se ankouraje moun vini an Ayiti, Adopte timoun an Ayiti epi aprann istwa peyi-a! Yo pale mal de Ayiti anpil kote men yon moun ki li blog mwen yo ap we ke byen ke Ayiti gen anpil bagya ki pa bon nan li (tankou tout lot peyi), li gen anpil bon bagay ke pa gen anpil moun kin konnen. Mwen ekzpoze move yo men mwen mete plis aksan sou bon yo! Ayiti se yon bel ti peyi wi si ou konnen kote pou-w ale! Pèp Ayisyen an se yon pèp ki renemen akeyi moun dan la mezi ke ou montre li respè! Mwen fiè de ou Pèp Ayisyen! Mwen fyè de peyi mwen!

Mwen toujou ekri an anglè, paske plan mwen se pou mwen fè moun ki pale anglè yo konnen sa kap pase an Ayiti e pou yo ka aprann apresye'l! Mèsi pou tout sipo moral nou! Ayiti ou pap mouri ou gen pou-w leve kanpe! Nan non Jezi!

Sunday, December 14, 2008

Calling on Lord's blessings for Haiti

Wherever you are! Please take a moment to pray for Haiti! We need a lot of things but more than ever, we need God to pour out his blessings on us!
Let us proclaim it and believe it!

The bible clearly states and I quote:"If My people which are called by My name shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek My face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land"
2 Chronicles 7: 14

Haiti you are blessed in the name of Jesus!

Friday, December 12, 2008

You can make a difference this Christmas!

Christmas a time of joy! Whether you want it or not it brings joy to you! Unfortunately there are a lot of people in this time who are suffering from hunger while others are having a feast and throwing their food in the garbage. I know all over the world including the big industrial countries not every one celebrate Christmas with happiness and it is unwillingly but since my focus is Haiti, I would like to thank specially any of you who participated in a way or the other to help send some joy to Haiti by sending gifts, food, clothes, medicines or anything to Haiti kids during this time. I just want to let you know that no matter how much you contributed you are making a difference! I am issuing a challenge to you to come up with a project to make this Christmas special to some kids. If you want some ideas I will be glad to help you out! If you are a teacher, have your kids do it as a class project, encourage your church to do something as well.

Please let it be understood that this is not of this scam where people ask to send them money I am not accepting anything. Since I am from Haiti I can give you some ideas as to how to send stuff to Haiti but it is up to you to decide how you want to help. There are many churches, Non Governmental Organization, orphanages etc... that would appreciate your help.

Please, let us know how you have been helping by posting here!

Have a merry Christmas and thank you for making a difference!

Thursday, December 11, 2008

Got a problem with Merry Christmas?

I find it very weird and troubling that people want to go as far in cities in the big old USA to ban the mention of Christmas and trying to replace it with holiday so therefore instead of wishing you a merry Christmas, they would rather say happy holiday! I get two words for this people: "Stop it"! Have you lost your mind? Christmas might not be the actual birthday of Jesus but it is a symbol of the birth of a savior who came to earth for the redemption of our sins. What people make of it is their business! 'Cause for some it is a time to con people! For others a time to receive present, for some it is a time to give and show off their giving but Christmas is the time to share the good news of which is the basis of Christianity. Without Christmas there would not be Easter or anything else!

The next time you hear any story about people wanting to ban the use of Christmas in schools, offices, whatsoever, just tell them for me that I said: "Stop it! Stop it and stop it!" Jesus came for us all! Let's not hate them but pray for them so that they will come to know Jesus is theirs as well and that it is time to stop rejecting him!

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Patrick Gaspard: Obama's Glue Man

When you ask former and current colleagues to describe Patrick Gaspard, the picture they paint is eerily universal.

Barack Obama's political director, they say, is a tireless worker known for putting in 14-hour days. He is a family man, devoted to his wife and two kids beyond any other aspect of his life. He is intensely modest, often shunning credit for the achievements he's helped create. And he may very well be the most brilliant strategist and organizer you have never heard of.

"Patrick is the best political mind of his generation in New York and maybe the nation," says Kevin Sheekey, who as Michael Bloomberg's right-hand-man has frequently worked and battled with Gaspard.

"I wouldn't dispute that," said David Axelrod, Obama's chief strategist and Gaspard's cohort on the campaign trail. When reminded that such a title could be bestowed on Axelrod himself, the strategist said he was "happy to cede that" to Gaspard.

And yet, for all his abilities, there is shockingly little mention of Gaspard's accomplishments in the public record. A Lexis Nexis search of his name from before the 2008 campaign reveals next to nothing, a far cry from the star-power personas of former White House political directors like Ed Rollins, Rahm Emanuel and Karl Rove.

But one should not take Gaspard's near hermit-like desire for privacy -- attempts to reach him for this piece went un-returned -- as an indication that he's avoided the tough political fights. Far from it. As friends and colleagues recall, he's been content to do the grunt work while others reap the praise. "He is one of the most impactful people I have ever met in politics," said Axelrod.

Born in Haiti, Gaspard got his first taste of high-stakes politics in 1988 when he assisted Jesse Jackson's presidential campaign. That momentous but losing effort led to an equally historical win one a year later, when Gaspard helped David Dinkins become New York City's first African-American mayor. As would be a common feature throughout his career, aides say he poured himself into behind-the-scenes work, making inroads with different constituencies and offering strategic advice when needed.

"He has great instincts," Dinkins recalled for the Huffington Post. "You were not apt to find him beating his chest and talking about how great a job he did is. But anyone who worked for him would make that observation for him."
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The Dinkins years, owing mainly to a worsening economic situation and city's crime rate, were frantic ones, during which Gaspard was tasked with advance work and government affairs. One of his signature achievements came when he spearheaded a trip to South Africa for cabinet members to meet with Nelson Mandela in 1992. He poured himself emotionally into that as well as every other task, said Bill Lynch, Dinkin's chief aide at the time. And when, a year later, Dinkins was out of office, losing a closely contested election to Rudy Giuliani, Gaspard took the loss hard.

"When we came out to announce that we had lost he was out in the hallway crying," recalled Lynch. "He took it very badly. He had spent so much energy putting it together in 1993."

Over the next few years there is remarkable little about Gaspard on the public record, though Lynch says he was heavily involved with the city council and political organizing. An NPR piece from September 1995 described him hosting a meeting for an outfit called The New Party in the basement of his home in Brooklyn. The topic: school board races.

And then, the next big political issue came.

By 1999, Gaspard was working as the chief of staff for councilmember Margarita Lopez, when a 23-year-old immigrant from Guinea was shot and killed by four New York City Police Department plain-clothed officers. Amadou Diallo would become a symbolic crest to the anything-goes, oftentimes brutal police work that personified the Rudy Giuliani administration. Unarmed at the time of the shooting, Diallo's body was riddled with 19 bullets (out of 41 shots fired). When the four officers were acquitted of charges of second-degree murder, demonstrations erupted across New York.

One of the city's most powerful unions, SEIU's 1199, needed someone to coordinate their Diallo efforts. And the group's political director, Bill Lynch, turned to his old aide for the task. "[Patrick] took the lead on that," he recalled. "He helped organize city-wide efforts and was instrumental in bringing leadership together."

The protests were massive in their scope, with multiple elected and religious officials as well as a scattering of celebrities taking to the streets. And while they did not result in legal vindication, in March 2004 Diallo's family did receive a $3 million settlement from the government. Gaspard had his entrance into union life. Over the next few years he would help augment 1199 as a political force in the city and nationally. His work took him from Florida -- to help with the 2000 presidential recount -- to the streets of New York. And he took to the task with his usual vigor.

During a massive and successful fundraising campaign five or six years ago, Gaspard walked into the 1199 offices with a satisfied look on his face. "It was his birthday," recalled Jennifer Cunningham, the union's political director at the time. "When I wished him happy birthday, he looked very pleased with himself and finally admitted that he'd had a 'pretty good run' that morning. When pressed, he shared that he'd just run ten six-minute miles and knew that he was not over the hill yet. If it were anyone else, I would have HATED them. But he's so great and so self-effacing, I could only marvel."

By 2004, Gaspard was no longer one of those 40-under-40 budding political stars but rather a full on political force. After Howard Dean -- whom 1199 supported during the Democratic primary -- dropped out of the race, Gaspard signed on with America Coming Together, a 527 organization dedicated to getting out the Democratic vote.

"He is extremely close to his kids and obviously his wife," recalled Steve Rosenthal, director of ACT. "Getting him to leave New York to join us was a very big get. But he did it at an enormous sacrifice."

As National Field Director, Gaspard oversaw officials in almost every single state and played a key role in directing a paid staff of, eventually, 8,000. The work was tireless, and Rosenthal would occasionally tease Gaspard that he was going to "develop a severe case of carpel tunnel syndrome at a young age," from overuse of his BlackBerry. John Kerry would lose the election but in many regards ACT was a major success. Ken Mehlman, the RNC director at the time, credited the group with keeping the race close, and its work canvassing served as a template for much of what Obama would do four years later.

Gaspard, of course, would be there to see that effort through. After helping win state and local races for 1199-favored candidates in New York, he joined the Obama campaign in June 2008 to serve, once again, as "political director." His job interview became a semi-famous anecdote when it found its way into an article by the New Yorker's Ryan Lizza,

"I think that I'm a better speechwriter than my speechwriters," Obama told Gaspard. "I know more about policies on any particular issue than my policy directors. And I'll tell you right now that I'm gonna think I'm a better political director than my political director."

Statements of bravado aside, Gaspard earned the respect of his boss and others on the campaign. Aides described him as a "glue man" -- tasked with holding different groups and constituencies together despite the obvious strains that a campaign can bring.

"He was dealing with politicians and political organizations from very high-ranking people to people down the line, all around the country," said Axelrod. "So it is fair to say that he had a lot of headaches from morning to night because you can never please everybody... Patrick was, I thought, incredibly deft at making the right judgments and enforcing the right decisions and doing it all in the spirit of our campaign."

There was similar applause over his appointment to the Obama administration. Rosenthal called him the "rare breed" of individual who could help bridge the world of activism and governing pragmatism. His skills as a strategist, organizer and political "technician," he added, will make him perfect for the director post. Lynch, meanwhile, said that Gaspard's efforts on behalf of working-class families would spill over into the White House, making him a key voice for labor and health care issues.

And in an administration that some say lacks a high-level liberal persona, Gaspard -- with his union background, his immigrant roots, and the political scars earned in New York City -- could be that voice.

"He is obviously a progressive guy," says Axelrod. "But I think there is a difference between being idealistic and being an ideologue. I think he generally believes you can enhance the lives of people through politics. I don't think that, to him, it is a game. I think it is to him and means to an end to make this place a better country."

Sam Stein
The Huffington Post
Dec 4, 2008

Un américano-haïtien à la Maison-Blanche

On dit qu'Haïti n'aura jamais été aussi proche des Etats-Unis avec la nomination de Patrick Gaspard, un Américain d'origine haïtienne, au poste de Directeur du Bureau des Affaires Politiques à la Maison-Blanche.

M. Patrick Gaspard, un Américain d'origine haïtienne, a été nommé Directeur du Bureau des Affaires Politiques à la Maison-Blanche. Né en Haïti en 1953, M. Gaspard, 55 ans, architecte de formation, lobbyiste, était directeur national de l'équipe politique du candidat Obama. Avant son implication dans la campagne du sénateur de l'Illinois, il a, en 2004, été le coordonnateur, sur le terrain, de « l'initiative unificatrice » des démocrates baptisée "America Coming Together ».Très actif dans le social, en tant que vice-président de 1199 SEIU, une organisation syndicale de travailleurs de santé influente basée dans le Massachusetts, il a joué un rôle important dans la campagne du gouverneur Howard Dean et de nombreux candidats démocrates au Congrès et au Sénat. Marié et père de deux enfants, ce mordu de politique présenté comme un homme ouvert, intelligent et plein de conviction avait pris part, déjà, à la campagne historique ayant conduit, en 1989, David Dinkins, le premier homme noir à la tête de la Marie de New York. Croyant comme Barack Obama que l'éducation est la clef du succès, il s'était impliqué dans des initiatives communautaires en faveur de la réforme du système éducatif des Etats-Unis.

Dans une interview accordée au magazine « New Yorker », Patrick Gaspard a fait état d'une fameuse remarque du président élu : « J'apprécie votre opiniâtreté en tant que conseiller, mais je pense que je suis plus brillant que ceux qui m'écrivent mes discours. J'en connais plus sûr les questions politiques que mon conseiller en politique et sur n'importe quels autres sujets. Je te le dis maintenant que je vais croire que je suis meilleur que le directeur des affaires politiques. »

L'annonce de la désignation de Patrick Gaspard qui a étudié à l'ENARTS (Ecole Nationale des ARTS), à la rue Monseigneur Guilloux avant d'émigrer chez l' Oncle Sam a provoqué beaucoup de commentaires et un sentiment de fierté au sein de la communauté haïtienne des Etats-Unis et de New York en particulier. « Qui sait ! A l'avenir, un descendant d'Haïtien peut devenir président des Etats-Unis. C'est le pays des opportunités», a commenté, à Brooklyn, Magali B. qui espère que Patrick Gaspard interviendra auprès d'Obama pour Haïti.

Barack Obama avait, peu avant son élection, indiqué qu'il va revoir la coopération des Etats-Unis avec Haïti. Les Etats-Unis, avait-il dit, doit aider Haïti à se développer. Créé sous l'administration de Ronald Reagan, le poste de Directeur des Affaires Politiques à la Maison-Blanche a été occupé par Karl Rove que la presse américaine avait présenté comme "l'éminence grise" de George W Bush avant de démissionner en août 2007. M. Karl Rove avait été cité à comparaître devant une commission judiciaire du Sénat dans l'affaire du limogeage de procureurs fédéraux. Le président Bush lui avait interdit de témoigner, évoquant une réserve due à son rang. Il a également été cité dans l'affaire Libby, qui avait mis en cause plusieurs membres de l'administration Bush, accusés d'avoir révélé, en 2003, le nom de l'agent de la CIA, Valerie Plame, dont le mari avait accusé les autorités américaines d'avoir exagéré la menace représentée par l'Irak.

Roberson Alphonse
Le nouvelliste

9 Décembre 2008

Friday, December 5, 2008

Discovery of Hispaniola

This day in History

Today is a holiday in Haiti and everything is closed!
Christopher Columbus discovered Hispaniola ( the Island). Now, my point is good for him but when he came to the Island there where "Indians" living there already so actually people knew about the Island as a matter of fact he thought he was in Asia and called the inhabitants of the Island Indians. Please do some more research on the story to see what happened next and it was not pretty.
One thing it taught him and the rest of the world was that the earth was larger than they actually thought it was.

Monday, December 1, 2008

World HIV/AIDS Day

Today is World HIV/AIDS Day and I am honored to give my take on it.
HIV AIDS is still a mystery as to its origin. One thing I know is that there is a theory out there implying that HIV originated from Haitians and in my opinion and I am not a scientist or specialist in this matter) this is as far from the truth as the death of the sea. We have been victimized. I have to make this clear and throughout my posts you can see that I am not the kind of person who will sit and cry foul all the time as a matter of fact, I encourage people not to be a victim but to overcome their situation, which is why I congratulate President (elect) Barack Obama for his achievement. At the same time I cannot ignore that we, specially Haitians are sometimes not being taken at our face value. We are a third world country with a lot of political and social problem but we are still human with feeling and pride. We kids, adults, mothers, fathers, care givers and citizens as any other nations. People need to stop claiming that we have originated this disease! I think that it is unfortunate and racist!

Now, let me be clear on that! I do recognize that HIV is a major problem in Haiti and as a matter of fact, I will post below the statistics I have been able to find about it. We all have to fight it together. Learn about it and how to protect yourself from it. Not all people with AIDS were/are promiscuous for example I know about a case of a baby in Haiti who contracted AIDS not through her mother but another person breastfeeding him since the birth mother could not produce milk.
A lot is being done in Haiti to educate people about HIV Virus but a lot more need to be done. Churches are talking more about it, schools debate the subject and there are a lot of institutions targeting young people by making them aware of the virus. We still have more to do but all of us have to be in it together!
AIDS for me is a virus that needs to be fought collectively pointing finger at one particular nation is not going to solve the dilemma rather hide it deeper. It is all over though more prominent in some countries.

Aids can be prevented by abstinence, the use of protection during sexual intercourse, i.e condoms, it can also be contracted through blood contact. So make sure you have gloves when you are helping a bleeding person. In other words, you can get AIDS by:
• blood transfusions ( not very common anymore).
• being born with it.
• having unprotected sex with someone who has AIDS.
• finding a used needle on the ground, picking it up, and getting the infected blood into an open wound.
• getting blood from someone else's cut who has AIDS, into yours.

I am a church goer and would rather encourage abstinence and fidelity for couples but the truth is there are people out there who are sexually active anyway with multiple partners in this case I encourage them to use protection. They need to know that they are taking risks and HIV does not discriminate! Church all over the world need to get mere involve in fighting AIDS. We tend to discriminate against people with HIV. We just have in our mind that they are sinners! You are right they are sinners but about you? Did you know that if God was judging us by our sins there would not have been any of us left on earth. Some people with HIV might get it through helping another person. We have to help them, love them and pray for them. We are all sinners, no matter what we sins we have committed but our God is synonym of love, patience, understanding and moreover he is a God of forgiveness!

There are millions of kids with HIV they do not know anything! Most of them are innocent babies! Look at these stats:
Vital statistics on children and AIDS
Click here to see vital statistics on children and AIDS

Vital statistics on children and AIDS

- Of the estimated 2.8 million people killed by HIV and AIDS in 2005, around half a million were children aged below 15 years.

- At the end of 2005, an estimated 2.3 million children globally were living with HIV.

- During 2005, an estimated 700,000 children around the world were newly infected with HIV.


- Of the estimated 2.8 million people killed by HIV and AIDS in 2005, around half a million were children aged below 15 years.

- At the end of 2005, an estimated 2.3 million children globally were living with HIV.

- During 2005, an estimated 700,000 children around the world were newly infected with HIV.

- Every minute of every day, a child under the age of 15 becomes infected with HIV.

- AIDS is now the biggest single cause of death among the under 5s,

- Nearly 80 percent of new child HIV infections occur in sub-Saharan Africa, but the number of such infections is increasing in other areas, particularly Asia.

- Almost nine out of ten children (younger than 15 years) living with HIV are in sub-Saharan Africa. About 43% (around 860,000) of all children under 15 years of age living with HIV are in southern Africa.

- In Asia, an estimated 180,000 children are living with HIV.

- In Africa, more than one in three newborns infected with HIV die before the age of one, over half die before reaching their second birthday, and most are dead before they are five years old.

- Less than 8 per cent of HIV-positive children have access to any kind of treatment.

- One widely available drug, cotrimoxazole, can nearly halve child deaths from HIV/AIDS. The drug costs as little as three U.S. cents a day. But only 1 percent of children who need it have access to it.

- The overwhelming majority of children under 15 who are HIV-positive got infected through their mothers. But less than 10 percent of pregnant women are offered services to stop the spread of HIV to their babies.

- Less than 10 percent of children orphaned and made vulnerable by AIDS are receiving some kind of public support.

- By 2005, 15.2 million children around the world had lost one parent or both to AIDS. An estimated 20.2 million children will have lost one or both parents by 2010 with 15.7 million children orphaned by AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa.

source: Global Movement for Children www.gmfc.org

Below is the stats I have been able to find for Haiti. Let’s get together and help fight AIDS but using the best weapon we have which is knowledge and not wasting our time pointing fingers instead of spending it doing an impartial research.

HIV/AIDS in Haiti
8,706,497: population of Haiti (2007 est.)

110,000: Estimated number of people living with HIV/AIDS by the end of 2007
2.2%: Estimated percentage of adults (ages 15-49) living with HIV/AIDS by the end of 2007
53%: Estimated percentage of HIV cases that occured among women (ages 15-49) by the end of 2007
6,800: Estimated number of children (ages 0-15) living with HIV/AIDS by the end of 2007
7,500: Estimated number of deaths due to AIDS during 2007
• UNAIDS 2008 Report on the Global AIDS Epidemic. July 2008.

As you can see it is more prominent in third world countries just because it is more difficult to reach people over there through the common media such as TV, Radio and literature. More funds should be made available for people to go in these areas and talk to people either by group or one on one. If you have no electricity how are going to watch TV or listen to radio, if you can't feed your children are you going to to think about buying batteries and some remote places you can even get a radio signal and don't even mention the use of pamphlet because unfortunately illiteracy is very high in third world countries. On of the best way to reach to this people is through one on one or groups contact! If you know any organization working to help fight Aids please help them fund these projects or just become a volunteer. I know UNICEF, USAID, Red Cross, some local organizations as well and many more are doing a great job on this matter out there. Let’s get together and help fight AIDS but using the best weapon we have which is knowledge and not wasting our time pointing fingers instead of spending it doing an impartial research.

Unity brings power!

God bless!

How warm is it?

Warm temperature, ranging year-round from 70-93° F in the coastal regions, and 50-75 in the mountainous areas; rainy seasons are April-May and August-October.

Enjoy the music!

You might be going through some tough time and you feel like you can not take it anymore. Remember there is a friend who cares and his name is Jesus. He says cast all your care upon him for he caress for you. He will give you rest! The road might be treacherous, nevertheless, don't ever give up!

It is time...

Time does not stand still. So, Make the best use of it!