Often reviled as "Diaspo," the 2 million Haitians living abroad find themselves suddenly welcome to help in the reconstruction.
The Haitian private sector presentation admits past failures and suggests a shining path.
The business sector proposes expanding the middle class.
The business sector proposes some principles to guide reconstruction.
Haiti's business community proposes to create jobs.
Before the earthquake, Haiti's government budgeted just $1.5 million to support agriculture.
The plan would cut infant mortality by 50 percent in five years.
This plan would be accomplished in five years.
The private sector says it wants better government and more stability.
Agriculture, tourism and a garment manufacturing sector would lead industrial development.
After years of putting everything in Port-au-Prince, the private sector suggests spreading capacity around the country.
Haiti's fertile central plain will get renewed attention.
The neglected south of Haiti would get a new port, new airport and more roads.
After years of keeping the 2 million strong Haitian Disapora at arm's length, the private sector says it supports their integration into the politics and economy of the country.
The private sector calls for a responsible elite and a new moral standard for Haiti.