Jean Godenson Antoine
Oliver Saint Jean
Jean Shooby Noël
Stanley Civil Gousse
Impact of the MBS course in Haiti
Participants are asked to complete a self-evaluation before and after completing the MBS course. The following report demonstrates the impact of the MBS course based on the evaluation results in Haiti.
Agree/Disagree | Before/After
I have my own business. | 40% / 77%
I have a plan to improve my personal life. | 52% / 97%
I serve in my community. | 51% / 87%
I save money regularly. | 49% / 88%
My family spends less than we earn. | 46% / 79%
My family can afford the basic necessities of life. | 58% / 89%
I keep business records. | 33% / 85%
My business has improved because of the MBS course. | 0% / 90%
My income has increased because of the MBS course. | 0% / 91%
Haiti Success Stories
Haiti. My name is Sylfanie Alexis. I am a young Haitian student living in Haiti. In order to meet my academic needs, I decided to start a small service company to provide online registration for applicants wishing to enter the University and help them prepare for the entrance exams for the Faculties of the country.
My business allowed me to make some money, but I could never save money because I didn’t have control over my business. Then I met a friend who told me about the course and got me interested in participating. Since then I have been able to understand how important my business is and I have been able to save money. Furthermore, I am even able to project my business and am thinking of opening another product business in less than a year. My experience with this program has been fascinating and life changing and I am coming to understand that our autonomy depends on our Home, Business and Community.
Haiti. My name is Dieuna Pierre-Louis, I am the founder of Madmwazèl Digital, an online media specialized in branding and social media management for ambitious entrepreneurs and future entrepreneurs wishing to digitize their business and attract more customers through the power of social media.
This is my history!
In June 2021, I was in a desperate situation. I was already a student with $0 in my bank account; I had no job; I didn’t know what to do; I couldn’t support myself or my family. I had just finished training as a Community Manager, but I didn’t know what to do anymore.
In November 2021, I was invited by a friend to join the MBS group. This group encouraged me to talk about what I can do and the business idea I had. Indeed, my idea was to create graphic content and manage social networks for all ambitious entrepreneurs who want to start an entrepreneurial adventure on the internet but have no knowledge or no time to manage their online business.
In December 2021, I took the decision to create a digital agency that I call Madmwazel Digital, this agency aims to help ambitious entrepreneurs to create their online brand while helping them to shine and assert themselves on social networks.
In January 2022, with only 109 and 114 followers on Instagram, I had my first two clients respectively, and today I’m moving forward in my business while applying the 6 P’s of business. By the way, the chapter on paperwork is my favorite. For me, paperwork or accounting is the heart of the business; without it, the business will not survive. I learned it thanks to this course.
I would like to thank the founding members, the ambassadors, and the staff manager for this extremely enriching training.
Haiti. “My name is Emmanuel Paul. I am from a rural region of Haiti. I completed my studies in Food Science and Technology in 2016. I co-founded a corporation in 2016 that works with farmers and rural women on agro-entrepreneurship and agro-processing to create added value on farms in northern Haiti. I discovered a Facebook posting describing the “Master in the Street” course in October 2019, and I quickly grasped the opportunity.
Haiti. Like many Ambassadors, when Jean Godenson came in contact with Interweave Solutions, he had no idea how it would impact his life. He was working in North Sudan and traveling back to Haiti every few months to visit his wife and young son. As he searched for work opportunities for an educated Haitian, he came across Interweave at a freelancing job site, looking for help translating some materials into French Creole. As he worked on translating the materials, Jean realized there might be more for him and the people in Haiti. He said “We did the work and I loved the materials and asked how I could get involved. Here I am today as the first Interweave Success Ambassador in Haiti. What a beautiful and exciting journey!”
After going through the MBS course and the Success Ambassador course for himself, Jean became Interweave’s only Success Ambassador in the Caribbean. “Becoming a success Ambassador is an answer to my prayers asking God to connect me with like-minded people and an organization in Haiti to help move people from poverty to self reliance and prosperity. I am excited for the opportunity to share vividly something that will change lives for the better. It did make a huge impact on mine, and it is still improving, as I practice the godly principles in those trainings.”
Jean is currently facilitating a group of 40 youth who will graduate in December.