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Created by GEW Haiti on 8/3/15

HDF is a 501 c 3 organization (see attached IRS letter of designation) made up of 10 not-for –profit 501 c Haitian Diaspora organizations from 4 Canada, Europe, Jamaica and United States. It was formed officially in March of 2010 immediately after the earthquake that devastated Haiti. The HDF is active around a number of issues being led by its member organizations (see below for the work of its member organizations). As you know, the Board of the Haitian Diaspora Federation (HDF) is made up of member organizations represented by one or more of their leaders on the Board. We have at this point 10 remaining organizations (the AMHE has not renewed its status on the Board) with their own boards and memberships to which they are accountable to carry out their missions through elaborated programs of work that are being implemented in specific communities throughout the Diaspora and in Haiti. Here is the list of the organizations: HaitianJamaican Society, National Organization for the Advancement Haitians (NOAH), the Haitian Resource Development Foundation (HRDF), Rethink Haiti, Haitian Alliance of Georgia, Global Syndicates, the Haitian Hometown Associations Resource Group (HHTARG), Federation de la Diaspora Haitienne en Europe (FEDHE), the Haitian American Association of Engineers and Scientists (HAES) and the Haitian Congress to Fortify Haiti. Each of these organizations has its own credible history. Many of these organizations have their own websites or other publications for anyone to review about their work for anyone to investigate. The member organizations of the HDF, though the hard work and long term commitment of their members, have achieved a lot and are working on a lot of issues and projects to strengthen the Diaspora and to strengthen Haiti."

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