The Haitian-American Diaspora Council

We are an inclusive organization working selflessly toward the best interests of the people of Haiti

About Us

The Haitian-American Diaspora Council, or HADiC, is a coalition of Haitian-Americans that seek to collaborate with Haitian society and help steer Haiti to an era of prosperity,
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Mission

HADiC’s mission is to rally the various Haitian-American organizations that are fighting for a prosperous and democratic Haiti to fight under a single banner since there is strength in unity.
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Leadership

HADiC has a decentralized leadership structure to help it reach the entire network of US Policy makers. In addition, we routinely form teams to collaborate with Haitian society
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Policy Paper

A coalition of Haitian-Americans submits a straight-to-the-point policy paper analysis to American Congress to inform them that the PHTK regime has been a threat to American foreign
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Recent News

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27
FEB
2021

Haitian group to Congress: Moïse threatens US interests

A group of Haitian-Americans are sending a policy paper to the U.S. Congress to convince U.S. policymakers to...
08
MAR
2021

The BRH handicaps the economy of every Haitian

I am neither an economist nor a banker. However, I am speaking here as an investor, a small trader, and a consumer....
27
FEB
2021

Haiti must commit to tax system for communes to be economically sufficient

In Haiti, when it comes to economic development, the tendency is that the communal section lacks the...

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    • AHEAD
    • Group Citadel
    • DHECAF
    • BIFPT
    • SOLDEH
    • Haitian-American Leadership Council
    • CECOYA University
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  • The Haitian diaspora no longer stays on the sidelines. We made greats strides during the latest American elections where support presidential and legislative candidates
  • We call on experts at all levels to draft a policy that will lay out solid foundations for the recovery of Haiti.