The Gedeon Empowerment Project was recently established as a New York not-for-profit corporation. The foundation is active in the field of community development including education, housing, economic development, infrastructure, technological solutions, and capacity building.
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On the eighth anniversary of the earthquake that devastated the Northern region of Haiti, the Gedeon Empowerment Foundation releases the trailer of its upcoming documentary Goudougoudou: Malè Pandye Sou Kot Nò Peyi Dayiti (“Goudougoudou: Danger of Earthquake Looms Over Northern Haiti”). Goudougoudou is the popular Haitian Creole term to indicate catastrophic earthquakes; arguably, the next goudougoudou is not a matter of “if” but “when”. The documentary features interviews with local scientists and disaster management authorities to explore how the population can be more prepared for the next earthquake and what can be done to mitigate its worst effects.
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