This program, didn’t
change my life, it helpeddefine it. Not only byequipping me with thetrade skills of plummer, but withthe necessary experience to sus-tain a successful career as a skill
tradesman,” Hillaire Godson, a
young distinguished beneficiaryfrom our reinsertion programdefinitely set his self apart fromhis peers. January,12
,2010 changed thecourse of Godson life forever, arefugee currently living in displace-ment camp of Jean Marie Vincent,filled with dreams of what his fu-ture would hold had to plainly puthis life on hold after the devastat-ing earthquake of January 12th.Godson elaborated on how thisprogram not only equipped a tech-nical trade, but served as a meansfor receiving a global education,gaining valuable work experienceand changing the course of hislife forever.Godson elaborated on how thisprogram not only equipped atechnical trade in plumbing, butserved as a means for receiving aglobal education, gaining valuablework experience and changingthe course of his life forever.A bit more about Godson Hil-laire:-Born on June 9
, 1989.-Wants to be remembered forhis talent, sincerity and discipline-His idol: Nelson Mandela-Favorite word: equanimity- tran-quility of spirit
ach person has their lot in life,at HPCD we believe that re-gardless of where lifehasplaced you it
doesn’t need to
define your future. The earthquake of January literally transformed and dis-placed the lives of hundreds of thou-sands people in the metropolitanarea.HPCD is working to ensure that inspite inconveniences of the youthliving in displacement camps, there isopportunity to go to a respectedtrade school and gain valuable experi-ences at premier construction compa-nies and in the country.
Be the change you want to see in this worldBe the change you want to see in this worldBe the change you want to see in this world
Building back better..Building back better..Building back better..
Our vision at HPCD is tosee this country filledwith employment & we
won„t stop till we do!”