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STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAMS
FOR HAITIAN AND AFRICAN STUDENTS
Peace and democracy are two dynamic concept threatened by injustice, inequity and intolerance both in Africa and Haiti. MMA has created the educational exchange initiative programs to offer opportunities to recent graduates from Africa and Haiti to attend colleges and universities in the United States, Canada and Europe.
The initiatives and educational activities offered are based on our core values of our dignity, respect for differences, harmony, sensitivity and tolerance.
Haiti as the first black independent nation in the world and Africa as the core of black civilization have both shared similar values, interests and problems, constant political instability and social dilemmas.
MMA provides intercultural learning opportunities to help Haitian and African students develop the knowledge, skills and understanding studied aboard and share their educational experiences and expertise with their countrymen upon returning to Haiti and Africa.
Students are enrolled in Bachelor Degrees in nursing, science and technology, business and management, engineering and architecture, as well as pursuing Master Degrees, Advance Certificate and Training in Agriculture, public health and urban economics.
After graduation and upon returning home each participant spend at least three years working at local organizations that address community needs, such as helping street children or developing training programs with human rights workers, or as community trainers, village developers, and programs coordinators. MMA monitors their re-integration in their villages and communities and secure a based salary for these students.
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