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Hasn't changed -- it's been over five years since a devastating tsunami struck Asia killing it 230000.
People and organizations and individuals still remain committed to rebuilding the areas that were affected -- Henderson.
It's -- 68 year old retired investment banker.
Who's been working to restore villages and create businesses in a very hard hit -- of Indonesia and how all that experience been for you -- -- -- Thank you.
Thank you for giving me this opportunity.
Hasn't been that -- C we work in remote isolated places.
It's been very very rewarding.
It's second chapter of my life.
My first chapter was -- in banking and this is the second.
And we should mention that in banking you worked for marine Midland you were focused on Asia and you developed a passion for the region whenever I'm looking for.
Organizations to donate to -- I make sure that the people involved have a direct connection with what they're doing so there's not a lot of administrative cost.
Because I'm sure you you -- your money you had your one life for your major money this is where you're given back I imagine your administrative costs are pretty well.
My administrative costs.
-- low and a I eat -- gone and part of the administrative.
Costs personally so you actually not only they -- but -- -- committed to deficit you have to put -- Flight back we're running -- -- deficit so what's it like five years after the tsunami because five years after this Haiti earthquake as we project -- the future I would imagine.
There will still.
Have to be major rebuilding and here's some of the video from what your organization does but but what's it like -- these days.
If it's better it's much better.
They're still has seemed to be built.
There's still a lot of work to be done.
People have not being given sustainable.
Livelihoods that didn't.
Continually sustain them or teach them small business practice is.
Or give damn.
Financial literacy -- me so that they can do basic book key being.
And that's really a very very important part of what we do.
Is to try to get people to form their own business -- You don't you don't have to be cynical to realize a lot of these Third World governments will try to take everything they can even when it's.
They need to go to poor people -- desperate people how do you prevent that from happening particularly because we're gonna see some of that I'm sure in Haiti.
Me being in my age group starting -- second chapter of their lives because when I give money.
I'm scene where I go yes firsthand first -- because I'm putting it there.
And so personally I'm going into a village and it's I see where the money -- very fair Henderson thank you very much and thank you.
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