Training in the mother tongue is the best pillar to remove Haiti from its current crises, including insecurity, kidnapping, famine, housing, healthcare, etc., if education is the basis of a nation's development. I target the Haitian Government and the Parliament, best suited to making long-term decisions regarding Haitian Creole and sustaining the Haiti National Ministry.
I suggest that the Haiti Ministry Council issue a resolution that declares as follows: Creole is the primary language of instruction, along with French, English, and Spanish as foreign languages. I suggest the Haitian Government, particularly the Haiti education national ministry, organizes each Haiti degree program into a defined organizational structure that allows the public to view class documents in Haitian Creole by following a defined institutional structure.
I also recommend that Congress amend article five of the Constitution so that Haitian Creole is the administrative and teaching language.
Wilson Thelimo Louis,
KÒTAKÒT and ITIAHaiti President.