Haiti too Rich to be Poor, Mole Saint-Nicolas Development Plan

This statement is so true. Haiti is really too rich to be poor, based on its geographic location and resources. I am going to take Mole Saint-Nicolas as an example.


Earlier this week, a draft Strategic Development Plan of Mole Saint-Nicolas was presented to the government. The development is focused on four major areas: the development of maritime corridor, the promotion of Haiti history and tourism, development of alternative energy production and the exploitation of natural resources.

According to the developers, Mole Saint-Nicolas is located in the best possible location to take advantage of the channel of the wind and the depth of its coastal waters. The development of wind and solar renewable energy is a big potential.

Investors also have a vision to develop a port of international maritime transit in Mole Saint-Nicolas linked to an industrial development and a potential of commercial activities.

Remember, this is Aloral!

All these sound very good.

Will this, however, ever materialized?

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Nestor Mateo says...


yes! Most Haitians are very poor, but Haiti is not poor at all.

Development is possible in Haiti, but the authorities, both Central Government and local government, must realize and understand that. They are the once who could facilitate or stop the development.

The administrators of the country must govern for the well being of the people, of all of the Haitian people.

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