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D. & E. Founder Interviewed about "Green Haiti Competition" Win

Duquesne Fednard, founder of D. & E. Green Enterprises, spoke with AIDG about the "Eco Recho" stove project and winning the "Green Haiti Competition." Listen to the interview here.


D. & E. Green Enterprises wins "Green Haiti Competition"

D. & E. Green Enterprises is the winner of the "Green Haiti Competition" also known as "Konkou Biznis Haiti" run by the non-profit organization Appropriate Infrastructure Development Group (AIDG).  The Green Haiti Competition is designed to identify social entrepreneurs developing sustainable solutions to the water, sanitation and engery needs of people living in developing countries.  In selecting D. & E. Green Enterprises, AIDG pointed to the positive impact this type of stove technology has had in other countries, including Ghana (to learn more about the Ghana project click here ).

To learn more visit AIDG's website, the announcement was made in French and in English.


EcoRecho Project a Semi-Finalist in "Green Haiti Competition"

EcoRecho chosen by AIDG Haiti as one of six semi-finalists in its "Green Haiti Competition." Learn more here.


D&E Wins Entrepreneurship Award

D&E founder honored by Digicel Haiti as the entrepreneur of the year for the environmental sector.

From Digicel's Enterpreneur of the Year's Website:

The Digicel Entrepreneur of the Year program seeks to identify, reward and cultivate entrepreneurs whose business initiative can give Haiti new economic foundations.

To learn more about the Digicel Entrepreneur of the Year program click here.

Pictured below is D&E's founder, Duquesne Fednard, accepting the award from Digicel Chairman, Denis O'Brien, Haitian Prime Minister, Jean Max Bellerive, and Chairman and CEO of Sogebank,  Robert Moscoso.


EarthSpark International, an early supporter of D&E's work, covered D&E's win in their blog. Click here to learn more about EarthSpark International's work tackling energy poverty in Haiti. 

Below is a picture of the D&E team taken by Allison Archambault of EarthSpark International.


D&E Founder Discusses Haiti Stove Project on E's Musings Blog

From E's Musings Blog:

Morning Folks!

We have a special blogpost today. A few weeks ago, a journalist asked a Haitian woman at an event, ‘what stories does she think are not being told about Haiti right now?’ The woman replied that she wished there were more stories about the work Haitians are doing in the country themselves. This got me thinking about the Haitians/Haitian Americans I know that have been doing work in the country pre- and post-earthquake.

Today I’d like to introduce everyone to a friend, Duquesne Fednard who has been doing some phenomenal and fascinating work in Haiti. I don’t want to steal his thunder, so I’ll let you read the post below.

Click here for more.