The above named company was incorporated on 24th Jan 2011 and is registered as company No. 494075.
The aim of this company, which is being registered as a charity, is to provide and maintain an educational campus in Haiti. Funding for the campus will be provided exclusively by Irish school children with the help, encouragement and goodwill of their teachers.
It is intended to build a primary co-educational school; a second-level co-educational school; a teacher training unit with full library; an IT unit and physical training facilities. All of these facilities will be state of the art and will be the focus for a major educational initiative in Haiti.
The campus will be built through the expertise and initiative of Irish business interests in Haiti and all money raised will be paid directly towards the provision of the on-campus facilities. It is envisaged that the teacher-training model will be that which obtained in the Irish model schools of the nineteenth century. Student-teachers will be monitored in the classrooms as they are instructed in teaching methodology. They will then go forward into the schools in Haiti. Professional help and guidance will be provided from Ireland for the training of student teachers. It is intended that The Irish Children’s College Haiti will be a worthy gift from the children of Ireland to the children of Haiti and that it will be a worthy monument to the generosity and idealism of our children here at home.
Irish Children’s College Haiti Ltd will publish audited accounts annually and all monies will be forwarded directly to finance the enterprise in Haiti. No deductions will be made other than expenses necessarily incurred.
The following are the founding members of ICCH:
Hugh Mulrooney, lecturer retired
Roland Evans, teacher
Tony Feeney, medical doctor
Michael Dargan, accountant
Mary Kyne, teacher retired
Margaret Mulrooney, teacher
Bernadette Murphy, CFO
Katie Mullin, student
It is intended that a national campaign will be launched in late spring and it
is hoped that building of the first phase of the college campus will begin
in the very near future.
This memo is dated feb 14th 2012 and is signed
Hugh Mulrooney, secretary
19 Lucan Heights,
Phone 01 6280643, Mobile 086 3422984