Hon. H.E. Sir. Dr. Raphael Louis was born in Les Cayes, south shore of the island of Hispaniola, Republic of Haiti, within the Caribbean; the son of Yva Genois (mother) and the late Idanor Louis (late father). He grew up in Port-au-Prince in the most impoverished communities. His life was considerably and deeply impacted by various socio-cultural, religious and political phenomena within Haitian societies. He arrived in the United States of America (U.S.A) in May of 1992, and immigrated in Canada in September of 1993 as a socio-political refugee, recognized unanimously by the United Nations International Refugee Tribunal.
His battles for a more just and fair world and his experiences with human rights inequities inspired him to create and establish the Federal Association for the Advancement of Visible Minorities (FAAVM) as a vital socioeconomic and humanitarian instrument to vehicle social justice, fundamental freedoms, transnational solidarity and global peace amongst minorities and between peoples of the world. FAAVM existence represents a significant multilateral humanitarian system, which stands firmly as a human rights watchdog to protect human beings from crimes against humanity and to have recourse to a justice system based on the element of Truth and the Rule of Law.
The FAAVM is a nonprofit, charitable organization. Our major focus involves using various multifunctional civil rights programs to help our mostly disadvantaged, underprivileged minorities as men, women and children. Via the FAAVM multilateral humanitarian systems, and activities, we're able to reach out to these people who are very difficult to reach via more traditional-type programs. We then use these activities to help improve the quality of life of these disadvantaged communities. Our all-volunteer network nationwide and worldwide program is comprised of several components, all having to do with providing meaningful and positive educational, socio-cultural, spiritual, economic and overall human development activities for our mostly economically disadvantaged nationwide and worldwide.
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Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada
Canadian Heritage (PCH)
Canadian Human Rights Tribunal (CHRT)
Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA)
Canadian International Trade Tribunal (CITT)
Canadian Radio-television and
Telecommunications Commission (CRTC)
Canadian Space Agency (CSA)
Citizenship and Immigration Canada
Correctional Service of Canada (CSC)
Finance Canada (FIN)
Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada (DFAITC)
Health Canada (HC)
Human Resources Development Canada (HRDC)
Human Resources and Social Development Canada (HRSDC)
Immigration and Refugee Board (IRB)
Justice Canada (JC)
Members of the House of Commons
National Defence (DND)
National Energy Board (NEB)
National Research Council (NRC)
Natural Resources Canada (NRCan)
Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC)
Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages (OCOL)
Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner (OIPC)
Prime Minister's Office (PMO)
Privy Council Office (PCO)
Procurement Review Board of Canada (PRB)
Public Service Commission of Canada (PSC)
Public Works and Government Services Canada
Revenue Canada (RC)
Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP)
Senate of Canada
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC)
Strategic Aerospace and Defence Initiative (SADI)
Technology Partnerships Canada (TPC)
Treasury Board Of Canada Secretariat (TBS)
Western Economic Diversification Canada (WD)
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Education: Quality education empowers people to take advantage of opportunities around them. It helps children get knowledge, information and life skills they need to realize their potential. Training teachers, building schools, providing education materials and breaking down that prevent children from accessing education are important features of poverty alleviation programmes.
H.H Prince Mahmoud S. Assaf
Adviser for Middle East Affairs
We also seek the creation of a Federal Government Ministry to initiate and launch The Federal Ministry of Minorities (FMM); whereas a Federal Government Department to be created by the Office of the Prime Minister; through special Parliamentary Act; whereas the Senate and the House of Commons; thereinafter to advance majority-minority relations throughout Political Participation Programs on issues related to the inclusion of minorities in decision-making processes in support of ethno political representation.
Stes de Necker
International Human Rights Adviser
The message is simple: Dreaming is a right for all children of all continents. The human race must to let children dream. They are our future, the future of this planet. Every innovation, in all fields, has been dreamt. A person, who has not dreamt in his childhood, will not be able to do it in his entire life. The track "Dado's dream" is included in the album "Behind the moon".Visit Pescini Virtual Music Studio:
Mutual funds and investment funds
An investment fund is a pool of money collected from many investors that is used by the fund manager to purchase and sell stocks, bonds, or other securities in accordance with the fund’s investment objectives. The most common type of investment fund is a mutual fund. In Canada, there are about 2,800 mutual funds designed for small, medium, and large investors. They offer a wider selection of investment opportunities and management expertise at a lower investment cost than most investors could access on their own.
Individual investors choose which mutual fund to invest in based on the stated objective and strategy of the fund, as well as its risk profile and its performance and fees. Investors don’t make decisions about which securities the mutual fund purchases. That’s the role of the investment fund manager (often called a “fund manager”) and the portfolio manager, as described below.
Whereas recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world.
Whereas the peoples of the United Nations have in the Charter reaffirmed their faith in fundamental human rights, in the dignity and worth of the human person and in the equal rights of men and women and have determined to promote social progress and better standards of life in larger freedom.
Whereas Member States have pledged themselves to achieve, in co-operation with the United Nations, the promotion of universal respect for and observance of human rights and fundamental freedoms,
Dame Leith Eaton
International Art Adviser
Health, food and water: Many programs aim at feeding kids at school and providing health services as well. This encourages parents to send the children to school and keep them there. If children have food to eat, and are healthy, they can learn and respond to the needs of the programme.
Most Rev. Prof. Dr. Frederick Burcklé
Minister for International Refugee
and Humanitarian Affairs
The Canada Civil Rights Act of 2003as part of our constitutional reform; is a legislative project whereas the main objectives are to reinforce the Constitution and subsequently proposing Constitutional amendments to the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedom in order to secure and protect all Canadian Citizens Civil Rights indistinctively.
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“GRUVIINNO" Consultancy Services is a collaboration of Professionals with diversified academic and professional knowledge, skills and long years of practical experience & expertise on Project/ Program Management in Development, Government and Corporate Sectors that blends together.
HE. Dr. Uba Onwudiwe
Executive Director for Humanitarian Affairs
Vertical Axis Wind Turbines offer a very reliable, efficient and cost-effective alternative to conventional Horizontal Axis Wind Turbines. Vertical Axis Wind Turbines are less intrusive visually, even in areas such as National Parks and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. These turbines are quieter, more bird and bat-friendly and are less expensive to maintain compared to horizontal turbines. The 4N-55 is a 55kw rated vertical axis wind turbine. Three years in development, the radical new design is manufactured in the UK and incorporates a wealth of patented design features, which greatly enhance power generating output at low wind speeds and significantly reduce the total costs of ownership. The design team includes world leading aerodynamic, mechanical and electrical engineers.
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The Small and Medium Size Business Grant (SMSBG) Program is established, as a part of the Founder-President/CEO's Management Agenda to deliver a system that provides a centralized location for business leaders and entrepreneurs to find and apply for grant opportunities and project funding. The SMSBG Program is structured and created as a mutual fund, whereas a group of stocks, bonds and other investments that are owned and contributed by many investors and managed by a professional Canadian or international investment and financial insurance company. The Return on Investment (ROI) and/or interests generated by these funds are then utilized to create Small/Medium Size Business Grants for potential entrepreneurs. Fulfilling FAAVM charitable and philanthropic missions through a sustainable socioeconomic platform.
The money you contribute to the (SMSBG) Program buys you shares, or units, of that fund. A common investment objective (eg. long-term growth) and an agreement of the way it can be achieved (eg. by investing in large Canadian companies). The Small and Medium Size Business Grant (SMSBG) Program represents our Humanitarian Funding Platform (HFP) as a landmark grant-making fund to support our organisational projects that will make humanitarian aid more effective and cost-efficient in the future. The Fund represents a collective effort to enhance the contribution of innovation to improving operational humanitarian performance at the field level.
Impact of poverty: Absolute poverty results in extreme hunger, starvation and malnutrition. People (and children) become vulnerable to preventable diseases such as cholera, dysentery and tuberculosis, with no access to health services and medications. Death rates rise. Relative poverty on the other hand, forces people to engage in behaviors that expose them to diseases such as HIV Aids. Whiles they may not starve to death, they may be living on unhealthy foods, which ultimately weaken their immunity and expose them to diseases
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Dr. Prem Parkash Grover
Executive Director for India
The Office of the Commissioner of Lobbying was established in July 2008 under the Lobbying Act (the Act) to support the Commissioner of Lobbying. The Commissioner is an independent Agent of Parliament, appointed by both houses of Parliament for a term of seven years. The purpose of the Act is to ensure transparency and accountability in the lobbying of public office holders in order to increase the public's confidence in the integrity of government decision-making.Type your paragraph here.
Hon. H.E. Sir. Dr. Raphael Louis
Founder - President & CEO
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Poverty should and can be completely eradicated, as it largely caused by human factors. Over the past years there has been a lot of Poverty Alleviation Programs designed to break the cycle of poverty in many households and communities in the world. The result is remarkable, but there is still a lot to be done. Poverty alleviation involves the strategic use of tools such as education, economic development, health and income redistribution to improve the livelihoods of the worlds poorest by governments and internationally approved organizations. They also aim at removing social and legal barriers to income growth among the poor. Why are these tools important?
Our mission-driven strategy is a framework to help our board align our programs and services with the values and priorities of our organization goals and objectives. Our established board commitment to driving our mission forward at every opportunity is essential. Such a commitment helps everyone in the organization create a solid operational structure, a strong organizational identity and effective communications and fundraising strategies.
"We think sometimes that poverty is only being hungry, naked and homeless. The poverty of being unwanted, unloved, neglected, and uncared for is the greatest poverty".
Nuria Gracia Pérez de Anda
Corporate Social Enterprise Partner