On behalf of Haiti 155 and the Fontamara community in Port-au-Prince Haiti we would like to thank, Michiel van Kleef, Elanna Veldkamp and Harold Francique and the rest of the team, for their generous gesture, providing the most efficient and needed Waka Waka goodies that illuminated Fontamara and brought smile and laughter to so many faces.
We truly are grateful for those Waka Waka donated lights, and we salute you guys for your engagement in the global community relief initiative.
Mesi anpil Waka waka!
BÈL RÈV = “Sweet Dreams” in Haitian Creole.
Haiti 155 has joined forces with fellow Brooklyn non-profit, Blue Marble Dreams, to build Sweet Dreams 2.0: BÈL RÈV in Port au Prince, Haiti.
BÈL RÈV, will also train and employ local women, equipping them with conﬁdence, practical skills and a steady income. We will source our products
from area farmers and producers, and otherwise work to support the health of the local economy. Finally, we hope to serve as an encouraging example
to other social businesses and development workers looking to take an innovative approach to meaningful impact.
Inspired by the success in Rwanda.
Documented by by award-winning filmmakers, Rob & Lisa Fruchtman. It has been screened at film festivals across the globe
View the trailer and learn more about the project.
More info coming soon…check back for updates on this exciting new adventure!
“Dream so bright we can See .”