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Loan to upgrade Cap Lamandou Waterview Hotel in Jacmel

Clinton Bush Haiti Fund is a nonprofit making organization that was formed after the 2010 earthquake. It was at a time when President Obama requested former presidents Clinton and Bush to organize fundraising for Haiti. It was formed to collect money from well wishers, and the money collected was to be used to reconstruct Haiti by increasing job opportunities and causing economic improvement. With these two opportunities being created Haiti is believed to improve gradually.

Clinton Bush Haiti fund is meeting its role by giving $2.59 million loans to improve four businesses and workforce development programs. The four businesses were Regis College, Cap Lamandou Waterview Hotel, CLYF Quincallerie and SOFIHDES. These will ensure that Haiti will gain stability in its economy.

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Michel Martelly in Financial problem as he lost three homes to foreclosure

Our presidential candidate Michel Martelly can feel our pain because he knows what it feels like not to be able to pay his bills. The "Haitian Joudalist" just learned that Michel Martelly, aka Sweet Micky, lost three properties in South Florida due to foreclosure.

The Miami Herald reported that our potential president, Michel Martelly, lost three houses recently in South Florida. In addition, there is a loan for over $1 million that he stopped payment on.

One of the foreclosed homes was a 5-bedroom house located in Royal Palm Beach. According to Miami Herald: "The Haitian presidential candidate Michel Martelly bought in 2005 a $900,000 Palm Beach County home and lost it in foreclosure. "

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