KÒTAKÒT Ayiti Otonòm
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In working for an autonomous Haiti, we want to see youth find the right tools to develop their talents and see the future of the next generation.
Empower youth to build their civic engagement and leadership through arts and entrepreneurship.
Promote inclusion, social cohesion, and conflict management through the arts to different communities.
Restore confidence in youth through self-reliance seminars and work to strengthen their intrinsic capacities.
Teach the Haitian Creole, encourage the flowering of a culture that paints, translates, and reflects Haiti's beauty.
Respect one anotherEveryone has a different point of view, so feel free to disagree respectfully. Please be kind and courteous at all times. Wilson Thelimo Louis, President of ITIAHaiti
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No harassment of any kindBullying, targeting, or attacking a group member is not allowed and will not be tolerated. Wilson Thelimo Louis, President of ITIAHaiti
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November 19, 2020