Immigrants and International Development: Beyond Remittances
It is common for immigrants in the United States to send money and resources back to their homeland. For many though, sending money is not enough. Instead, they share a common dream: to improve life for those still living in the communities from which they came. We meet foreign students studying in the US and first-generation immigrants who are taking the skills learned in America back to create innovative projects on the ground in Haiti, Cameroon and Ecuador.
Making Green Stoves
Guest Duquesne Fednard's brother and business partner, Jean-Fritz, discusses their green stove business model: