Committee for the advancement of Gressier – Haiti (CAGH)

Mattapan, MA 02126, United States

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(571) 293-2244)

CAGH – Committee for the Advancement of Gressier, Haiti, was founded with the purpose of:

 

CAGH – Committee for the Advancement of Gressier, Haiti, was founded with the purpose of:
· Bringing the population of the diaspora closer to the community of Gressier;

· Building a rapport with all supporters of Gressier;

· Allowing the people to take an active part in the development of Gressier;

· Encouraging progress in health, education, athletics, cultural and economic development.
Gressier through Regional Associations
In a spirit of solidarity, the representation of the Gressier community residing in the United States founded an association, CAGH, in April, 1991. Since its inception, CAGH’s main objective has been to contribute to the development of the town of Gressier.
Tangible Acts of CAGH
Despite limited resources, this organization has continued to make their presence known by direct involvement in numerous social and cultural improvements, with participation of volunteer medical personnel living in the United States and also residents of Gressier.

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