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    Question Fheaa?

    I'm sitting here watching the Quest Channel (The Aviators), and they were talking about FHEAA. Here's the description of FHEAA ~ "An Aviation Centric Not for Profit Foundation, FHEAA teaches underprivileged young Haitian adults the skills to fix and to fly Cessna aircraft, a necessary transport tool in the development of the country." Are they affiliated with EAA?
    Robert "Bob" Ferguson, EAA #1228198
    President, EAA Chapter 78
    EAA-The Spirit of Aviation
    Phone: 267.243.5198
    eaachapter78@gmail.com
    https://chapters.eaa.org/eaa78
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/eaachapter78/

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    It stands for Fondation Haïtienne pour une Education Adaptée à l’Aéronautique

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    Haitian Foundation for Education Tailored to Aeronautics

    I keep looking for airplanes around my town's Emergency Aid Association building.

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    Thank you Paul!
    Robert "Bob" Ferguson, EAA #1228198
    President, EAA Chapter 78
    EAA-The Spirit of Aviation
    Phone: 267.243.5198
    eaachapter78@gmail.com
    https://chapters.eaa.org/eaa78
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/eaachapter78/

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulDow View Post
    It stands for Fondation Haïtienne pour une Education Adaptée à l’Aéronautique

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    Haitian Foundation for Education Tailored to Aeronautics.
    IMO, a bizarre initiative considering 9 years after the totally destructive and devasting earthquake that Haitians have still not recovered from. Lack of proper living structures, lack of sanitation, lack of running water, an economy still in ruins, extreme levels of unemployment. So let's do something with airplanes?

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