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What Happens After For Michael?

Now he has gone one step further. Frustrated by the slow pace of the international recovery effort and his desire to resettle the tent city dwellers, Capponi has launched a tourism redevelopment project in Jacmel, a quaint town on the south coast known for its local artists and papier-maché handicrafts.

Single, with no children of his own, Capponi had grown attached to the camp kids who clung to him every time he visited shouting his name ‘Miko! Miko!’

Article from: http://www.michaelcapponi.com/

I’m wondering what’s next for Michael. Haiti is a real challenge to be sure, but that can’t be his project forever. It’s always interesting to track the motions of movers and changers like him, and whatever he does next is sure to be interesting, whether he succeeds or fails in Haiti. If Michael Capponi‘s genuine about his humanitarian mission, I wonder if he’ll move on to help the neighboring Dominican Republic, which could use some help in developing its infrastructure as well. The approach of enrichment instead of charity is a good approach to take, so if things work out like we all hope they do there, he’ll be able to leave comfortably without worrying about the whole thing crashing down in his absence without his investors or money to support it. But naturally, he’ll still have an interest in making sure his investments succeed, and he will if wants the best for the people there.


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