T’was A Life Changing Experience

After she discovered Jacmel she bought land with two Haitian partners and is building a beachfront eco-lodge on Cabique beach, a sandy, palm-lined half moon bay a few miles east of Jacmel.

A social activist, Bello created her own women’s health program, We Advance, in Port-au-Prince, where she also supports a pediatric hospital, St. Damian and a new school project for earthquake victims.

Bello, Belle and others credit Michael Capponi for his vision and welcome his promotional zeal to transform Haiti’s image.

Content from: http://www.miamiherald.com/news/local/community/article1938236.html

Being there to help the people of Haiti during the aftermath of the earthquake must have been a life-changing experience for anyone that went. I can’t imagine what it must have been like, especially working in a tent city with thousands of people. What’s more, he was the one that built it and sustained it! That’s a huge weight to have on your shoulders. That experience must have made him a much stronger person, and it shows the integrity of his character that instead of taking a break, he’s going back into the fray with full force. There’s a lot to fix there, and there was even before the disaster. This is a tall order to fill, and I hope he knows what he’s doing. Well done in any case, for being willing to take on the task at all! I hope to see those clubs and beaches in the news some day soon.

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