Pan African Think Tank founder C. Nichole visits Haiti, calls for promotion of basic rights, infrastructures

Pan African Think Tank founder Christine Nichole a US pop music star rallies Haiti nationals to embrace the Pan African Think Tank ideology to fix the country’s challenges. Whisper Eye Reports #Africa #News #Haiti

Ms. Nichole popularly known as C. Nichole during her 3-day visit identified the major challenges in Haiti. Among the Challenges are; poor infrastructures basically poor road networks, a sick health sector, and a lack of adequate education institutions, among others.

Haiti has not yet recovered from the effects of the deadly 2010 earthquake which destroyed infrastructure. C. Nichole who shared a platform with Bisou Bisou organization tasked members to think about changing the situation in Haiti, starting with promoting Human rights and a better solution to fix the poor road network.

Bisou Bisou Haiti is a youth organization that provides the youth of urban communities in Haiti with the space and resources to get their homework done.

It administers access to materials for education, and recreational activities for these youth, and connects with other organizations to promote community development projects.

Ms Nichole popularly known as C. Nichole during her 3-day visit identified the major challenges of Haiti.

Pan African Think Tank is a non-profit with the mission to bridge the gap between Africa and the African Diaspora through Pan-African forums that assist with research as a means to collectively advocate.

In November 2018, when C. Nichole visited Rocinha, the largest favela in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, she learned that not all schools taught History and World Geography.

This a lesson that led Ms. C. Nichole to find ways for how Africans and those in the diaspora can be united to know their origin and find collective solutions to their challenges.

Haiti is a Caribbean country that shares the island of Hispaniola with the Dominican Republic to its east. Port-au-Prince is the Capital. It is found in North America.