In the News

  • Rebuilding Haiti’s higher education system

    March 24, 2010

    The Chronicle of Higher Education discusses a report by Haitian think-tank INURED, using data collected throughout the spring of 2010 by HELP students while many universities were still closed in the aftermath of the quake. The full CHE article includes a link to the complete INURED report.

  • HELP founder profiled by Brown University

    February 19, 2010

    In February 2010, Brown alum and HELP founder Conor Bohan was profiled by the Daily Herald. Conor discusses the history of the organization and the immediate post-quake situation in Haiti.

  • Education System Also Leveled in Quake

    February 13, 2010

    HELP’s founder and Executive Director Conor Bohan and HELP students Jean-Faubert Dorancy and Joseph-Chrislyn Bastien are featured in a New York Times article on the devastating impact of the earthquake on Haiti’s university system.

  • Gingerbread Houses on WMF Watch List

    October 15, 2009

    In October 2009, the World Monuments Fund (WMF) announced that the HELP-nominated Gingerbread houses of Port-au-Prince earned a spot on the group’s 2010 Watch List.

  • Conor Bohan discusses Clinton Global Initiative

    September 15, 2009

    Conor sits down with the Education Partnership to talk about his experience attending the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) annual meeting in New York. Check out the full interview here.

  • Ban Ki-Moon notes visit to HELP in op-ed

    March 30, 2009

    In a Times op-ed about the importance of education in Haiti’s development, Secretary General of the U.N., Ban Ki-Moon talks about his visit with President Clinton to the HELP Center in Port-au-Prince in March 2009. Read the full piece here.

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