Charlene Balick is a Technical Program Officer for Grameen Foundation based in Seattle, Washington. She has spent considerable time in Haiti working with Fonkoze.
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Alberto Solano joined Grameen Foundation in October 2009 and provides leadership and management oversight for our portfolio and activities across the Americas. He is leading our economic recovery efforts in Haiti.
by Kay Hixson, Director of Marketing and Communications, Grameen Foundation
Sunday and Monday offered an opportunity to help Haiti in person. Hundreds, maybe thousands, answered the call.
Anne H. Hastings, CEO, Sèvis Finansye Fonkoze (a Grameen Foundation microfinance partner in Haiti). With communications just beginning to come online, Anne was able to send this quick report on the situation of Fonkoze, a microfinance organization serving Haiti.
Dear friends, partners and family,