For only 200 thousand of our brothers
nomads in Chile and Brazil, the Haitian economy reportedly lost
more than US $ 400 million, assuming an amount of
minimum of 2 thousand dollars to mobilize per capita
Saturday, January 12, 2019 ((rezonodwes.com)) – Yet, this demographic statistics is clearly greater than the number of Haitians currently cloistered in chile and Brazil. According to statistics from the Chilean Investigative Police (IDP), the Chilean territory currently hosts more than 165,000 Haitians, of whom 111,746 arrived there  in 2017, compared to 4,053 in 2014 and 13,299 in 2015.
the peak of the mass exodus of Haitians, according to the IOM Brazil won the prize by hosting 67,000 Haitian migrants between 2014 and 2016. For the same period, 18,000 respectively 1,200 Haitians took the to Chile and Argentina.
Arrival on the
Chilean territory, the Haitian labor force, made up of 80% of young people in
the age group of 15 to 44, according to the IPPDH, MERCOSUR and IOM, does not arrive
not to integrate the Chilean labor market to make profitable the
investments in ticket purchases, pocket money and other
expenses accumulating more than 2000 US dollars per head. These brave men and
desperate women, to whom the state dedicates the refrain “we do not care,
have experienced the nightmare of swelling the number of unemployed Haitians on this
space of Latin America where they are unfortunately the subject of a triple
discrimination: skin color, language and poverty
An irresponsible Haitian state, without vision, without
Lack of planning, lack of relevant information, lack of public policies, blatant irresponsibility of the state are among the main factors of the bitter failure concealed by our compatriots who have seen all the colors before deciding for some of them, to leave with desolation their adventures to make a “coming back home”. Due to the lack of vision and leadership of our leaders who are only concerned with their greedy and petty agendas, these descendants of the first black republic of the world, in search of well-being, have lost everything to reach this space of 756 621 km square inhabited by 17 million Spanish speakers.
Unlike our compatriots Haitians, other immigrants, from Colombia, Peru or Venezuela, speak Spanish. Haitian integration in Chilean society, whether in terms of housing, work or social relations, is therefore a real challenge. In Brazil, the integration shock is not as painful; but, not with the same intensity, discrimination does not spare our fellow citizens in this emerging country, ranked 79 e worldwide according to the index of human development.
reference to its very high Human Development Index (HDI) of 0.847, the
Chile is today ranked in 38 e position  in the
world ranking. An unemployment rate of only about 6%, one more GDP
of 400 billion US dollars, a
per capita income over US $ 23,000, these economic statistics
augur an improvement of the Chilean economy which is therefore the object of covetousness
residents of neighboring countries to immigrate
in Chile. However, this bright macroeconomic picture does not favor
Haitians who are victims of xenophobia and many other prejudices
disgusting in the country led by the president Sebastián
Piñera suspected of racism in the decisions and measures he
implements against Haitian immigrants.
alternatives to this work force looking for jobs and a lifetime
Today, the conquest of the wealth of modern societies requires the acquisition of a level of qualitative and quantitative human capital in line with the new requirements stipulated in the new paradigms of economic development. The construction of a critical mass of competitive human resources equipped with the capacity to adapt to the technological changes that dominate the 21st e century constitutes the backdrop of the social, economic and political offers of the industrialized countries. .
The major companies that have recently distinguished themselves in the race for opulence at the highest level hire the most competent and dynamic cadres to stay in the arena of the capitalist battle to establish their domineering economic positions. From the train that goes, the mastery of technology becomes a major goal for men and women who want to carve out a place of choice in social, cultural and economic affairs on the world stage.
According to the latest ranking of
six of the top 10 global companies, in terms of brands, are
typically specialized in technology and weigh on their own 1,144
trillion US dollars. Google is at the head of the pack
and is worth $ 302 billion today, while Apple, Amazon and Microsoft occupy
respectively the top 3 places after Google with respectively 300
billion, 207.6 billion and 201 billion dollars. Tencent and Facebook rank
respectively in fifth and sixth place, with 179 billion and 162
billions of dollars. Third place (Amazon), is the only one among the six
first not to be occupied by a technological society, but this
domineering business in e-commerce led by the richest
world billionaire, Jeffrey Preston Bezos, makes excessive use
technological products to ensure its efficiency and supremacy
This century is then that of the expansion of the BPO 
(Business Process Outsourcing) which dominates the world of NTICs with
diversified services in a panoply
domains. An American company does not necessarily need to
to relocate or develop subsidiaries in Europe, Asia, Africa for
benefit respectively from the services of a European, an Asian, a
African or a Haitian. It is through these current competitive practices
which often require a dynamic mind, training levels
adapted to new paradigms, increased skills in the fields of
technology, mathematics and language learning that
some countries have been able to play their game well and borrow from
prosperous growth paths to transform themselves for some into
emerging countries in record times.
Obviously, in order to benefit from the benefits of
kidnapping of the presidential, racial and continental barriers, it is necessary
ability to continuously develop research culture capabilities
in order to understand the dynamics and the
at TGV speed in the world
can follow the lead of emerging countries that have benefited from the benefits of
Some young Haitian social enterprises including the BEST, the BANJ of the Haitian early celebrity Marc-Alain Bouccicault recipient of the Change Maker Award in 2018, the CEDEL  of the young dynamic Rock André, The ARC association, a social enterprise in the city of Anacaona, is part of this dynamic of supervising students, young professionals, students and Haitian companies by opening their eyes to new opportunities in the world. Through various initiatives and social events, these kinds of companies encourage young people to discover their full potentials and put the spotlight on the positive effects of cultivating dynamic attitudes of research and adaptations to new challenges that can facilitate among other things jobs and partnerships with Sillicon Valley companies.
It is a very good thing that young social enterprises are investing in offering such options to young people by encouraging them to believe in their potential and to position themselves strategically in the national and international markets instead of desert the country. However, to be more effective, these initiatives deserve to be conveyed at the national level, anchored and perpetuated by the regalian institutions for the design of public policies and interventions to be implemented by the State.
of causalities are high between knowledge, know-how and development
It is from intellectual critical mass
constituted in quantitative terms and especially in qualitative terms that the
emerging companies are able to stand out and take the path of
industrialized societies. If a favorable trend of the economic position
of a country requires a large number of individuals to
high level of education; development economists
agree to base the foundation of this truth primarily on the
quality of training offered in these so-called modern and prosperous economies.
The number of educated people obviously plays an important role in
the explanation of the demarcation between modern societies and societies
traditional; it remains more obvious than the quality
of the training instilled in the current workforce and future influence
enormously the ranking of countries on the chessboard of economic development
It is in the light of this new paradigm of
development that the Asian dragons  passed from the stage of developing country
to cross that of emerging countries and developed countries around the years
1990. Other factors such as the social and political climate are important
to ensure the competitiveness of a country; but still, such fruits are
the resultant of policies and practices of life capable of changing
attitudes and mentalities.
On the other hand, the countries that are experiencing dramatic delays in their growth and development are those who have not been able to take advantage of the positive spin-offs of new technologies that feed on a level of human capital in line with the requirements they drain with them. These countries have not known through their leaders to breathe life into the socio-economic benefits resulting from a more efficient gray matter are still rotting in economic slump and abject misery.
It is in this direction that the Economist Robert Lucas evoked the expression “Trappe underdevelopment ” which prevents some countries from converging on a path of growth and sustainable development. In the same sense, reference could be made to the Human Development Index (HDI), which represents the new development paradigm advocated by the UNDP  whose authorship is attributed to the famous Indian economist Amartya Sen (Nobel Prize in 1998). This composite indicator with a human face based on life expectancy, the economic level and the level of education makes it possible to classify the countries of the globe in relation to their level of development. In reference to this indicator, Haiti, with a very low HDI  of 0.498, today occupies the 168 e place among 189 countries of the globe.
This sad picture depicts an economic waste and
spectacular social phenomenon resulting from a valiant and desolate labor force,
quest for an illusory well-being, our dear Haiti, a country yet rich and
attractive. These intelligent and industrious men and women – among whom
engineers, accountants, economists, graduating students
teachers – could have made a decent living and participated
actively to create wealth in this 27,750 square kilometer space bequeathed
by our ancestors.
If the presidency knew how to correctly use the funds
PetroCaribe to meet its false promises: electricity
24h / 24, construction of cable car, road infrastructure, eight terminals,
of 3 airports, combining land, sun and human resources,
this vital force of the country would not have endured this atrocious decapitalization coupled
sordid humiliations of all kinds in countries of Latin America
who envied us and considered us once as their models.
When will the presidency be able to hold its
promises to correct malpractices and misappropriations of
the previous administration and use its innovative capabilities to put
money in the pocket and food on the plates of this
hungry, humiliated, and flouted?
 https://www.lemonde.fr/ameriques/article/2018/04/25/au-chili-the-president-sort- -migrants-haitiens_5290267_3222.html
 https://lenouvelliste.com/article / 181860 / limmigration-Haitian au chili-a-increasing-to-114-en-2017
https://www.quora.com/What-are-the-top-ten-BPO-business-process-outsourcing-services-worldwide-Why[19659004Äù19459031] https://yourmarkontheworld.com/2018-changemaker -of-the-year-marc-alain-boucicault-founder-of-banj /
 Concept published in 1988 with Robert
Lucas, winner of the Nobel Prize for Economics in 1995.
 United Nations Development Program
 https://lenouvelliste.com/en/news/181860/haitian-immigration-in-chili -a-raises-of-114-en-2017