A foundation dedicated to the preservation of the culture and heritage
To assist in the identification, preservation and maintenance of significant
artifacts of the Haitian national heritage. This will encompass items of
archeological, historical and cultural value. Among them are documents,
artifacts, monuments, sites, persons, and historical figures.
To support the legal aspect of preservation, including the preparation
of international treaties and national legislation and regulations.
To work for the participation of civil society in the preservation of Haiti's
archaeological, cultural and historical heritage
To raise the preservation issue in public policy debates locally and nationally
To join or cooperate with any other organizations with similar objectives
To acquire, preserve and distribute documents of value.
To counter threats to preservation of educational, civic, social, historical
archeological, or cultural documents.
To support scientific research in preservation.
To extend preservation to Haiti's agricultural and ecological heritage
Dissemination of reports, position papers, press releases, and newsletters
highlighting Haiti's African and European heritage
Seminars on Haiti's archeological, cultural and historical heritage
Development of databases, libraries, research centers, and museums on Haiti's
archeological, cultural and historical heritage
Identification and preservation of archives
Promotion of activities to support pro-preservation public policy
Support in the development of ecological and cultural tourism
Jean-Leon Auguste, professor, University of Paris
Gerard Barthelemy, anthropologist, Paris
Marc Christophe, professor, University of the District of
Joseph Armand Francois, computer engineer, Imperial Software, New
Anne Edline Francois, legal consultant, Bethesda, Md.
Jean-Yves Jason, former department director, Archives Nationales
Michel Hector, professor, Universite d'Etat d'Haiti
Frantz Antoine Leconte, professor, City University of New York
Guy Maximilien, editor, Conjonction magazine, Port-au-Prince
Eddy Magloire, educator, New York
Eddy Mesidor, professor, City University of New York
Ephele Milce, chief librarian, Bibliotheque Haitienne, Port-au-Prince
Claude Moise, historian, Montreal
Robert Nicolas, attorney, Curtis and Lewis, Washington, D.C.
Etienne Telemaque, educator, New York
Michel-Rolph Trouillot, professor, Johns Hopkins University
Frantz Voltaire, editor, CIDHICA publishing house, Port-au-Prince
5306 Danbury Road
Bethesda, Md. 20814
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