Created by the people of Wired.com soon after the earthquake, Haiti Rewired is a collaborative online community focused on aggregating technology and infrastructure solutions as the country plans its future. With more than 1,300 members comprised of experts and interested parties of all disciplines, the community has already shared thousands of blogs, images and comments about a wide range of topics, from technologies and communication to infrastructure and agriculture.
“The Haiti Rewired community and its members have achieved powerful results that represent what an active online community is capable of,” said Evan Hansen, Editor in Chief of Wired.com. “The new internet connection and media center ensure Haiti Rewired members in Port-au-Prince have a secure place to post content and share ideas. They are important voices and their participation is integral to paving the way for change.”
Multilink is one of the benefactors who helped Wired.com see this project through to completion. Others include Richard Morse, owner of the Hotel Oloffson, who provided the room for the Media Center, and Conde Nast who generously donated computers.
About Multilink S.A.
Multilink S.A. is a Haiti-based Internet Service Provider holding a telecommunication license. Number one choice for large companies and institutions in Haiti, Multilink aims to contribute to the development and well-being of the greatest number of Haitians possible by allowing them to take full advantage of the Internet.