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Old May 24th, 2015, 11:15 AM   #281
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This is pretty damn exciting/impressive.
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Old January 7th, 2016, 01:14 PM   #283
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Inauguration of 90 houses, of the Village Project «Ona-ville»




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Phase 1 of the poject one village.
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Old January 7th, 2016, 01:21 PM   #284
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Lycée Alexandre Pétion Complete
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Old January 8th, 2016, 01:12 AM   #285
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Haiti - Economy : A new cement plant of $300M

Haiti - Economy : A new cement plant of $300M !
26/12/2015 10:53:13

At the initiative of Honorary Consul of Haiti in Belgium, Bestgen Jérôme after over a year of technical studies and financial arrangements by international and Haitian investors, a new cement plant "Siman Lakay" whose the laying of the foundation stone took place on December 19, will be implanted in Gonaives in the locality "La Pierre" 2nd communal section of Gonaives (Artibonite). An area chosen for the abundance of deposits including limestone and marl, necessary for the manufacture of cement, according to a study by the Bureau of exploitation of the mines and energy.

This cement plant taht will requires an investment of 300 million US dollars, will be built by the Belgian TSE construction firms and engineering TPF, will allowe to increase local market production capacity in Haiti and reduce our imports. With a capacity of close to 2 million tons of cement per year, the new plant will fill a large part of local needs estimated at 4.5 million tons annually. This is the biggest investment in Haiti in recent years

Construction should begin from January 13, 2016.

This new plant will create more than 2,200 jobs in the long term on the main production site (workers, employees and executives of the various trades that will benefit from adapted and continuous training) "Siamn Lakay" will also offer job opportunities in various locations .

This industrial project can not exist without a stable source of energy, reliable and redundant. Also a 35-megawatt power plant will be built, whose the production capacity will far exceeds the needs of "Siman Lajkay". The surplus electricity will be distributed for the benefit of neighboring local populations.

This cement plant will have other benefits: 6 km of road leading Gonaives to morne Lapierre where the plant will be built and a good part of the road leading to Anse-Rouge, in addition, a village will also be built in the area to house 2,500 employees of the cement plant.

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Haiti - Agriculture : Contribution to the egg industry in the economy
30/12/2015 08:48:57

In Haiti from 2010 to 2015, intensive egg production has increased fivefold, from 50,000 to 250,000 layers or approximately 1 million to over 6 million eggs per month. Haitian Production offers a very advantageous quality products, producers arriving to compete imported eggs that are in most cases the result of dumping and smuggling.

A study (2015) commissioned by the Haitian Government, shows that the country under the leadership of the Ministry of Agriculture, can continue this expansion of production for the benefit of the population on condition of solving certain constraints.

The first constraint is related to compliance with trade standards at the Haitian-Dominican border. As long as the imported eggs are not declared to customs, there will be problems for investments in Haiti ;

The second constraint concerns the economic aspects of certain links in the chain, particularly breeding production to supply the market with fertile eggs needed in the production of chicks,*
molded production for laying hens from grain corn and meal produced locally and a more efficient marketing system ;

The third constraint refers to credit needs to make the necessary investments in the various links in the chain.

In addition, to raise all these constraints it is necessary that agro-entrepreneurs of the sector benefiting from technical and financial advice. These constraints will be better resolved if all partners in the sector manage to coordinate their actions.

It is possible to envisage a substantial increase in egg production to reach 80% of self-supply of the domestic market.

haitilibre.com/en/news-16190-haiti-agriculture-contribution-to-the-egg-industry-in-the-economy.html
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You need to include the link to every news article to avoid plagiarism. Not doing that can get you banned from SSC.
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A cement plant??
Good for Haiti!
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182 Houses constructed in Ouanaminthe



182 families will benefit from these housing constructed by "Food for the Poor", in compliance with the seismic standards specified ing. Esson Dorisca.

Each house has an area of 108 m2 and includes two bedrooms, a hygienic toilet, and a kitchen.

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China Extends Silk Road to Haiti

China plans to invest $30 billion in Haiti’s infrastructure according to the Haitian Press Agency (AHP). This week the Mayor of Port-au-Prince, Youri Chevry, hosted the signing of an agreement between the Haitian company Bati Ayiti (Build Haiti), headed by former Senator Amos André, and the Southwest Municipal Engineering and Design Research Institute of China.

The agreement includes the construction of a 600 megawatt power plant to electrify Port-au-Prince, the construction of a new City Hall, markets, thousands of apartments, and eventually a railway from Port-au-Prince to the countryside. The center of the discussion was “the reconstruction of the main building of the Town Hall and the construction of several public contracts on the territory of the commune of Port-au-Prince,” according to LoopHaiti.

20,000 workers will begin work before the end of 2017, backed by an initial infusion of $5 billion. The Chinese Government has a deadline of September 30, 2017 to unblock the funds. In the meantime, Bati Ayiti, the City of Port-au-Prince and their partners continue to work on the recruitment of staff.

Last May, China’s president Xi Jinping hosted the first Belt and Road Forum (“One Belt, One Road”) in Beijing, offering hundreds of billions of dollars to over 100 interested countries for infrastructure projects. Haiti stands to be a beneficiary of the ambitious Chinese initiative, which is modeled on the ancient “Silk Road.” 2,000 years ago China opened up routes of trade that linked the civilizations of Asia, Europe and Africa.

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