The Prince’s Plan for Port-au-Prince Haiti

Prince Charles sends a development plan to the government of Haiti

Back in November of last year we reported that the Prince’s charity was working on a plan for rebuilding Haiti’s capital city. Development plan for Haiti from Prince Charles' foundation

His foundation enlisted the assistance of Duany Plater-Zybeck Planning and Paul Crabtree Engineering to prepare the plan for presentation to the leaders of Haiti’s government.

The 130-page document specifies a rebuilding plan that includes everything from government building construction to infrastructure development projects.

As we reviewed the report we thought that they must have been reading the CementTrust blog, because they suggest something that we have been harping on for some time; The need to work on Haiti’s supply chains…

We read on page 85… Prince Charles takes a page from CementTrust

The Economic Development section of the plan suggests that supply chains in the construction sector will greatly expand the economic opportunities for the local workforce. It states that training and local material sourcing will do the most good in building strong supply chains around the city of Port-au-Prince. They write that the Foundation will coordinate the action plan for improving these supply chains by using local and international experts.

We reach out to the Prince’s team and offer our expertise in this area of development. Our team has assisted hundreds of small business people join and succeed in the of the U.S. and Canada. We are willing to help Haiti as well…

Bruce Christensen is the author at CementTrust

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I am a director with Cement Trust and passionate about improving cement-based production in the poorest nations of the world.
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