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									first           last        Mr/Ms title                            company
                            /Dr
Conrad          Bérubé      Mr    executive director

Benito MiGny    Jasmin              Country Coordinator            Farmer to Farmer


Gerard Michel   Joseph              Field Officer                  Farmer to Farmer
(Papy)
Ronald          Lyndor              driver in PaP


Farrell         Burton                                             Project 127




Josef           Antoinier           carpenter, beekeeper
Oles            Bado                beekeeper trainer
Waline          Perrin              beekeeper trainer


André           Vulcain     Dr.     Dept. of Family Medicine, FL   University of Miami




                                                                   Hotel du Roi Christophe

Nicodemus
Marc              Boisvert    Father                                      Espwa




Wilguince
Elias
Guy
Jean Baptiste
James
Henri
Peter and Linda   Faford                                                  Espwa
Wenka             Lindemann            mango farmer, would-be beekeeper
Noe
Conor             Murphy               Haiti Country Manager              Soul of Haiti




Brian             Oakes
Jean-Robert     Isidor

                Milieu

Joseph          Seramieu         agronomist, beekeeper

                                                             Visa Lodge

Nathan          Nickerson        Executive Director          Konbit Sante




Nate            Lasseur     Lt                               International Firefighters
                                                             Assistance, Inc.




Benoit          Vingeant         U.N. Peacekeeper (Canada)   United Nations




Paco (Pascal)                    U.N. Peacekeeper (Spain)    United Nations
                  Grants Administrator    African Development
                                          Foundation (ADF)



                  Alcan Prize Manager     Alcan Inc.




                  Grants Administrator    Alcoa Foundation




                  Grants Administrator    Altria Group, Inc.




                  Grants Administrator    Chevron Corporation




                  Grants Administration   Coca-Cola Africa Foundation




Prentice   Zinn                           Conservation Food and Health
                                          Foundation, Inc.
                       Grants Administrator




Melis     Jones




                       Grants Administrator




                       Grants Administrator              Charles Stewart Mott Foundation




Martine   Kellett      Executive Director                New England Biolabs
                                                         Foundation




Rishon    Katsidzira   Assistant Programme Coordinator   Oak Zimbabwe Foundation




                       Grants Administrator              Public Welfare Foundation
                           Grants Administrator   Rockefeller Foundation




                           Grants Administrator   Tree Aid UK




Valentine   Doyle          Grants Administrator   Lawson Valentine Foundation




Melissa     Beatty   Ms.                          Nanaimo - Bowen Community
                                                  Branch
phone 1           e-mail                          website

250 754-1155; 250 conrad.berube@gov.bc.ca         http://www3.telus.net/conrad/b
751-3167 (work)                                   ees.htm
(509) 3-463-      benito_jasmin@yahoo.com
1529 or (509) 3-
757-2408
                 jo06michael@yahoo.fr

509-3491-36-01
or 509-3874-01-
15
                  farrell.burton@yellowcorp.com   http://www.project127-
                                                  haiti.com/ourstaff.htm




806-3359




305-243-2847;
in Haiti cell:
509-559-4123
in Miami 305-
243-2764.

509-2-262-0414                                    www.hotelduroichristophe.c
                                                  om
1-888-6-THEKIDS                          www.freethekids.org
(1-888-684-3543)




                   faford2@yahoo.com
3725-4754          wenchelino@yahoo.no


                                         soulofhaiti.ie




3770 9499          anbamango@gmail.com   picasaweb.google.ca/anbam
                                         ango/PortAPimentHaiti
                                         formerly of
                                         www.chfinternational.org
3782 3433

3782 3433




509-2-250-1561                                www.visalodge.com


207-347-6733     nnickerson@konbitsante.org   www.konbitsante.org




561-247-6230     IFA@ifarelief.org            ifarelief.org/contactus.asp




37 02 70 34




                 vspaco@hotmail.com
202.673.3916    info@adf.gov                 http://www.adf.gov/




44 (0)20 7467   alcanprize@iblf.org          http://www.iblf.org/ ;
3600                                         http://www.alcanprizeforsustainab
                                             ility.com




412-553-2348    Alcoa.Foundation@alcoa.com   http://www.alcoa.com/global/en/c
                                             ommunity/info_page/foundation.a
                                             sp




                                             http://www.altria.com/responsibili
                                             ty/04_05_contributions.asp;
                                             http://www.altria.com/responsibili
                                             ty/04_05_02_00_howtoapply.asp


925-842-100                                  http://www.chevrontexaco.com
                                             /social_responsibility/communi
                                             ty/


404.676.2568    tccaf@eur.ko.com             http://www2.coca-
                                             cola.com/citizenship/africa_pro
                                             gram.html



617.426.7172    cfhf@grantsmanagement.com    http://www.grantsmanagement
                                             .com/cfhguide.html
                                                     http://dubai-
                                                     award.dm.gov.ae/awards1.html




469.357.6456     Melis_Jones@i2.com                  http://www.i2.com/company/i2f
                                                     oundation/index.cfm




314-694-1000     monsanto.fund@monsanto.com          http://www.monsantofund.org/asp
                                                     /Qualifications_and_Procedures/
                                                     Main_Menu.asp



810.238.5651                                         http://www.mott.org/




508.927.2404     fosters@nebf.org                    http://www.nebf.org/




(263-4) 776487   oakzim@oakfnd.org




202.965.1800     reviewcommittee@publicwelfare.org   http://www.publicwelfare.org
212.896.8500                                     http://www.rockfound.org/




                 info@treeaid.org.uk             http://www.treeaid.org.uk




(860) 570-0728   valentinedoyle@sbcglobal.net;
                 vdoyle@compuserve.com




250 729-2550     Melisa.beatty@cccu.ca           www.cccu.ca
address1        address2   city          prov/state/region   postal code/zip

890 Eberts St              Nanaimo       BC

P.O. Box 80                Cap Haitien


P.O. Box 80                Cap Haitien

                           Port-au-
                           Prince

                           Aquin




                           Aquin
                           Aquin
                           Camp Perrin


                           Cap Haitien




24 B                       Cap Haitien                                   33340

                           Caracol
2303 W. Market St.   Greensboro   NC   27403




                     Jaquesyl
                     Jaquesyl
                     Jaquesyl
                     Jaquesyl
                     Jaquesyl
                     Jaquesyl
                     Les Cayes
                     Les Cayes
                     Plaisance
                     Port-
                     a_Piment




                     Port-
                     a_Piment
                                    Port-a-Piment

                                    Port-a-Piment

                                    Port-a-Piment

Route des Nîmes                     Port-au-
                                    Prince
P.O. Box 11284                      Portland        ME    4104




6742 Forest Hill Blvd. Suite #108   West Palm Florida    33413
                                    Beach
1400 I Street, NW, 10th                         Washington   DC              20005-2248
Floor



International Business    15-16 Cornwall        London                       NW1 4QP
Leaders Forum             Terrace




                          201 Isabella Street   Pittsburgh   Pennsylvania    15212-5858




6001 Bollinger Canyon                           San Ramon    California      94583
Road




P O Box 2040                                    Manzini




77 Summer Street, 8th                           Boston       Massachusetts   02110-1106
Floor
One i2 Place                11701 Luna Road     Dallas       TX              75234




800 North Lindbergh Blvd.                       St. Louis    Missouri        63167




Office of Proposal Inquiry 1200 Mott Foundation Flint        Michigan        48502
                           Building




                            32 Tozer Road       Beverley     Massachusetts   1915




22 Maiden Drive                                 Newlands     Harare




Review Committee            1200 U Street, NW   Washington   DC              20009-4443
420 Fifth Avenue         New York     New York   10018-2702




Brunswick Court,         Bristol
Brunswick Square




1000 Farmington Avenue   West Hartford CT        6107




2350 Labieux Road        Nanaimo      BC         V9T 3M6
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participated in building and transferring comb into the KTBH


participated in building and transferring comb into the KTBH




I encouraged Farell to consider including beekeeping amongst the skills they were attempting to
transfer to their clients and left a disk of texts and videos that should be sufficient to get them
started-- I encouraged them to make contact with Oles Bado and Joseph Antoinier (of Aquin)
There are three main aspects of Project 127-Haiti: Orphanage Establishment, Child Sponsorship,
and Short-term Mission Trips.
All of these areas are designed to connect people in the U.S. to needy people in Haiti.
It is their philosophy that although they can't help everyone, they can help someone.
Their Mission is to meet the social, economic, physical, and spiritual needs of impoverished
people in the country of Haiti by helping those who don't have the means to help themselves, by
equipping them to fulfill God's call on their lives. steve@project127.org


participated in building and transferring comb into the KTBH
participated in building and transferring comb into the KTBH



Dr. André Vulcain is the University of Miami faculty liaison and representative
in Haiti for the Haiti Project which provides family medicine residency training
and implementation of a PEPFAR/USAID grant for HIV/AIDS care at Justinian
Hospital in Cap-Haitien. He established the Family Practice Residency Program
at the hospital, and divides his time between Miami and Haiti. Originally from
Port-au-Prince, Dr. Vulcain completed his MD and surgical residency in Haiti,
followed by a residency in family medicine at Jackson Memorial Hospital in
www.theoswork.org -- Theo's Work Inc. / Espwa Haiti: a non-profit organization
that was founded by Fr. Marc Boisvert in 1998 to support humanitarian efforts in
southern Haiti.
The primary focus of Theos Work Inc. (TWI) is to alleviate the devastating
effects of poverty on children in Haiti. The children suggested Pwoje Espwa as a
name for the project, which is Haitian Creole for Project Hope.
Pwoje Espwa is a multi-faceted program serving the needs of over 1,000 children
in this impoverished nation. The non-sectarian project is supported by private
donations and fundraising efforts.
participated in building and transferring comb into the KTBH
participated in building and transferring comb into the KTBH
participated in building and transferring comb into the KTBH
participated in building and transferring comb into the KTBH
participated in building and transferring comb into the KTBH
participated in building and transferring comb into the KTBH




The Soul of Haiti Foundation aims to empower communities to create their own
success through their relationship with a community of Irish entrepreneurs. The
organization was born out of a challenge set to the finalists in the Ernst & Young
Irish Entrepreneur of the Year Award Finalists to exercise their strategic
expertise to help improve selected communities in Haiti’s economic and social
circumstances in a practical, sustainable manner. In June 2007 and 2008 over 70
entrepreneurs and business leaders from Ireland travelled to Haiti and they now
have 8 projects in the country. Agricultural business activity forms the nucleus of
our initiative, but we are also involved in some humanitarian initiatives that can
be implemented using our professional business and project management skills.


He is working with a group of Irish entrepreneurs Soul of Haiti, in conjunction
with Digicel and Ernst and Young, to finance small scale tourism and agricultural
projects of which the honey is of particular interest as the Irish are ready to buy
all of the production. He is hopeful that honey production would be successful as
they have no apiaries within 50 kilometres of us and there is absolutely no use of
pesticides in the area.
Brian is a former Country Director of CHF international. Founded in 1952, CHF
International serves as a catalyst for long-lasting positive change in low- and
moderate-income communities around the world, helping families improve their
economic circumstances, environment and infrastructure. CHF has worked in
nearly 100 countries worldwide since its inception.
participated in building and transferring comb into the KTBH

participated in building and transferring comb into the KTBH




Started in 2000, Konbit Sante Cap-Haitien Health Partnership is a Maine-based
volunteer partnership to save lives and improve health care in northern Haiti
(based out of Cap Hitien). Rather than developing a second, parallel health
system, Konbit Sante works with the Haitian Ministry of Health and with Haitian
colleagues to build capacity within the public system for Haitians to care for
Haitians.
International Firefighters Assistance, Inc. (IFA) is a non- profit organization that
provides humanitarian assistance, support, education and training to firefighters
and emergency rescue workers in underprivileged countries. Through our relief
programs, we hope to strengthen local communities by assisting its citizens to
better prepare for emergencies and disasters. The Republic of Haiti is currently
our target country.
I understand that the ADF supports community-based, self-help initiatives to alleviate poverty and
promote sustainable development in Ghana typically in the range of $50,000 to $250,000. I'm
afraid that our needs at this point are much smaller, on the order of $6,000, but thought it might be
worthwhile to contact you as the sustainable micro-enterprise in beekeeping in which we are
involved seem to be in keeping with your mandate.
I understand that the Alcan Prize for Sustainability supports not-for-profit, civil society and
nongovernmental organizations for their contributions to economic, environmental and/or social
sustainability. I believe that the BfB project, promoting wildlife conservation, food security and
sustainable self-reliance through micro-enterprises in beekeeping fits well within your mandate.
Our needs at this point are relatively small, on the order of $6,000 but I hope that the project is
large enough to warrant your consideration.

I understand that Alcoa supports tax-exempt organizations to improve quality of life in Ghana in
the areas of conservation and sustainability; forest ecology, safe and healthy children and families,
workplace skills and business and community partnerships. I believe that the BfB project,
promoting wildlife conservation, food security and sustainable self-reliance through micro-
enterprises in beekeeping fits well within your mandate. Our needs at this point are relatively
small, on the order of $6,000 but I hope that the project is large enough to warrant your
consideration.
I understand that Altria supports nonprofit organizations through its grants program in the
environment, hunger, and agriculture submitted in response to Requests for Proposals (RFP). I
believe that the BfB project, promoting wildlife conservation, food security and sustainable self-
reliance through micro-enterprises in beekeeping fits well within your mandate. Our needs at this
point are relatively small, on the order of $6,000 but I hope that the project is large enough to
warrant your consideration.
I understand that Chevron contributes to communities in Ghana, in part, through conservation
awards. I believe that the BfB project, promoting wildlife conservation, food security and
sustainable self-reliance through micro-enterprises in beekeeping fits well within your mandate.
Our needs at this point are relatively small, on the order of $6,000 but I hope that the project is
large enough to warrant your consideration.
I understand that the Coca-Cola Africa Foundation supports individual and collective needs
involving health, education and the environment. I believe that the BfB project, promoting
wildlife conservation, food security and sustainable self-reliance through training leading to micro-
enterprises in beekeeping fits well within your mandate. Our needs at this point are relatively
small, on the order of $6,000 but I hope that the project is large enough to warrant your
consideration.
I understand that the Conservation Food and Health Foundation supports special projects
and programs of nonprofit organizations in conservation, food and health. I
believe that the BfB project, promoting wildlife conservation, food security and
sustainable self-reliance through micro-enterprises in beekeeping fits well within
your mandate. Our needs at this point are relatively small, on the order of $6,000
but I hope that the project is large enough to warrant your consideration.
I understand that the Dubai International Award for The Best Practices supports outstanding and
sustainable achievements in improving the living environment. I believe that the BfB project,
promoting wildlife conservation, food security and sustainable self-reliance through micro-
enterprises in beekeeping fits well within your mandate. Our needs at this point are relatively
small, on the order of $6,000 but I hope that the project is large enough to warrant your
consideration and a large award on the order of your usual grants would fund the project for many
years and allow for educational opportunities for the Ghanaian extensionists involved in the
project.
I understand that i2 Foundation Grants support advancements in education, technology,
environmental practices, and economic opportunity. I believe that the BfB project, promoting
wildlife conservation, food security and sustainable self-reliance through micro-enterprises in
beekeeping fits well within your mandate. Our needs at this point are relatively small, on the
order of $6,000 but I hope that the project is large enough to warrant your consideration.

I understand that the Monsanto Fund supports projects rooted in agriculture that benefit the
environment and communities through preservation of natural areas. I believe that the BfB
project, promoting wildlife conservation, food security and sustainable self-reliance through micro-
enterprises in beekeeping fits well within your mandate. Our needs at this point are relatively
small, on the order of $6,000 but I hope that the project is large enough to warrant your
consideration.
I understand that the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation supports programs focusing on the
environment, civil society, and poverty. I believe that the BfB project, promoting wildlife
conservation, food security and sustainable self-reliance through micro-enterprises in beekeeping
fits well within your mandate. Our needs at this point are relatively small, on the order of $6,000
but I hope that the project is large enough to warrant your consideration—particularly as I am an
expatriate Michigander having been born and bred in Fraser (about 20 miles northeast of Detroit).

I understand that the New England Biolabs Foundation supports grassroots organizations in
Ghana working in sustainable economic development, environmental education and sustainable
organic agriculture. I believe that the BfB project, promoting wildlife conservation, food security
and sustainable self-reliance through micro-enterprises in beekeeping fits well within your
mandate. Our needs at this point are relatively small, on the order of $6,000 but I hope that the
project is large enough to warrant your consideration.

I understand that the Oak Zimbabwe Foundation supports not-for-profit organisations addressing
environmental concerns, particularly those that have a major impact on the lives of the
disadvantaged. I believe that the BfB project, promoting wildlife conservation, food security and
sustainable self-reliance through micro-enterprises in beekeeping fits well within your mandate.
Our needs at this point are relatively small, on the order of $6,000 but I hope that the project is
large enough to warrant your consideration.
I understand that the Public Welfare Foundation supports organizations that address human needs
in disadvantaged communities through projects addressing environmental concerns, health, and
community and economic development. I believe that the BfB project, promoting wildlife
conservation, food security and sustainable self-reliance through micro-enterprises in beekeeping
fits well within your mandate. Our needs at this point are relatively small, on the order of $6,000
but I hope that the project is large enough to warrant your consideration.
I understand that the Rockefeller Foundation supports food security of rural poor through
generation of agricultural innovations that provide sustainable livelihoods in areas Sub-Saharan
Africa. I believe that the BfB project, promoting wildlife conservation, food security and
sustainable self-reliance through micro-enterprises in beekeeping fits well within your mandate.
Our needs at this point are relatively small, on the order of $6,000 but I hope that the project is
large enough to warrant your consideration.
I understand that Tree Aid supports projects in northern Ghana that respond to local and national
needs, are community-based and work in partnership with beneficiary communities, ensure
equality of opportunity, particularly gender equality, ensure sustainable benefits, ensure equity in
the distribution of benefits, deliver benefits cost effectively; and help to achieve greater food,
environmental and livelihood security. I believe that the BfB project, promoting wildlife
conservation, food security and sustainable self-reliance through micro-enterprises in beekeeping
fits well within your mandate. Our needs at this point are relatively small, on the order of $6,000
but I hope that the project is large enough to warrant your consideration.

I understand that the Lawson Valentine Foundation funds projects in the areas of environment,
community development and wildlife preservation and protection. I believe that the BfB project,
promoting wildlife conservation, food security and sustainable self-reliance through micro-
enterprises in beekeeping fits well within your mandate. Our needs at this point are relatively
small, on the order of $6,000 but I hope that the project is large enough to warrant your
consideration.

								
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