Haiti earthquake hasn’t left anybody indifferent, and we couldn’t but accept the idea of one of our clients to create a charitable site. In terms of projects, it was our first charitable creation, but as they say, charity begins at home and Sibers has been providing support for two children with a very serious diagnosis of infantile cerebral paralysis. Thus, we didn’t think long before accepting the project.
The mission of the site located at www.MacheCheche.com is to facilitate communication between the authorities and relatives of missing people, to give them an effective tool to search and find missing people and those in need. The international organizations working in Haiti also use the site for coordinating their efforts. All the functionality was discussed with the client, and the ultimate task was to make the site most user-friendly and effective, which is what Sibers has implemented.
The origin of the project name can be explained like this: Mache Chèche is a Haitian Creole slang phrase that can be literally translated as ‘walk searching.’ But the term is also linked to a saying: Mache chèche pa dòmi san soupe! It can be understood as ‘seek, and ye shall find.’ We believe the name fits, so that people who seek through machecheche.com site, supported by Bon Mamit S.A., will find either help or a loved one.