Introducing ‘Roots for Rasin’ — Development Without Dependency at Its Best

Inside the walls of a 2,000-square foot building on the Haitian island of La Gonave, Roots of Development’s mission has come to life. When Field Director Lineda Paul asks questions about what Haitians need, they hear development without dependency. And when Haitians place their hands on the tile floor of the building — a permanent part of their hometown — they feel development without dependency.
 
This is Rasin Devlopman.
 
Established last year in Roots’ newly procured permanent office space on the island of La Gonave, Rasin, an independent Haitian organization, could implement Roots-funded projects on the island. Before that can happen, however, the organizations need to solidify a sustainable partnership.
 
No easy task, and we can’t do it without your help.
 

Your investment in “Roots for Rasin” will solidify a permanent, Haitian-run presence for Roots of Development on La Gonave.

 
Your investment in our newly launched “Roots for Rasin” campaign will quickly make Rasin Developman the official programming partner for Roots of Development on La Gonave. With the funds, Roots will hire a consultant to establish policies and procedures that will keep the organizations’ missions aligned for the foreseeable future. This arrangement will establish Rasin as Roots’ partner on the island, and ensure sustained funding for development without dependency in Haiti.
 
Roots, meanwhile, will emerge from this process as a transformed entity that focuses exclusively on raising funds for projects selected and implemented by Rasin and other Haitian organizations. Because these organizations are independent entities, they will not be dependent on Roots for programmatic guidance — and that is development without dependency at its best.
 
To donate to this campaign, click here and select “Roots for Rasin” from the dropdown on the next page.
 
Thank you in advance for your support of this project. It will pave the way for a new future for Roots. But much more importantly, it will help Haiti take control of its own future.

 

Sincerely yours,
Roots of Development

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