Jean Bernard Conde Initiates Bourad Self Help Projects for Locals in Haiti
Bourad, the non-profit organization run by Jean Bernard Conde has many things to say for the people of Haiti. Despite the fact, portable water purification systems and lantern are widely found in the Haiti.
Online PR News – 14-October-2012 – New York, New York – Bourad, the non-profit organization run by Jean Bernard Conde has many things to say for the people of Haiti. Despite the fact, portable water purification systems and lantern are widely found in the Haiti, mostly the contributions from the Jean Group is now all set for asking donations at the global upfront for safer solar water systems. The people of Haiti are leading miserable lives with no clean water to drink and improper sanitation and even improper cooking stoves that do cause lung diseases. Mr.Jean is particular about the project in bringing a change in the lives of people of Haiti and even locals are hoping for a betterment of lives.
New York, North America, 0ctober 12, 2012
People of Haiti are facing acute problems even before the massive earthquake struck the land. Two-third population suffers from malnutrition and 80 per cent of the population is unemployed. Pathetic situation is found in different parts of the Haiti, locals do lack clean water to drink, cooking stoves, and poverty is forcing people to cut trees and create a way to deforestation. The living conditions of the people are very much low at $1 to $2 per day. One third of the babies born are underweight. Experts, environmentalists and Jean Bernard Conde, has together established a carbon blueprint, which does include the education of the Haitian people, create clean chemical free water, provide people with low cost ecological solar light and enhance better environmental practices.
Online site Bourad has opened the problem of the Haiti in detail, the video and gallery photos provide the live pathetic situation that prevails in the Haiti. Almost 97 per cent of the Haiti's forestation has been wiped out due to earthquakes, poor relying on the forest wood is thinning lush forests. More education, and better standards of living, and employment to survival alone bring balance the eco-system of the planet. Environmentalist warn it as an ecological threat to the world and asking other neighbouring countries to save and protect people living in Haiti, Jean Bernard Conde is one of the architect of the Haiti - green project to uplift the human lives living in Haiti and other tribes living in the forests.
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