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According to the minister of border control and Labour Ricardo Gardiner, Turks and Caicos Islands and Haiti are close to signing a memorandum of understanding to address the continuous problem of illegal migration from Haiti to the TCI.
"A great danger threatens the country" dixit Mgr Ogé Beauvoir
Mgr Ogé Beauvoir, Episcopal Bishop of the great North declared "A great danger threatens the country if elections are not held this year," calling Povisoire Electoral Council, which has just been completed to get to work immediately. https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-11615-haiti-elections-the-cep-composed-of-a-majority-of-men.html https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-11627-haiti-news-some-news-here-and-there.html
Expectations of diaspora deserve consideration
Saturday, during the program "Gouvènman an Lakay ou" held in North Miami, Prime Minister Lamothe recalled "Our brothers in the diaspora represent more than 20% of GDP in Haiti. A contribution that deserves consideration as to their expectations [...] The diaspora contributes on average up to $3 million per month to the program of free education in Haiti."
Construction of Market of Bonneau
Thursday, as part of the Haitian-Mexican cooperation, Klaus Eberwein, Director General of Economic and Social Assistance Fund (FAES) and a delegation of the Embassy of Mexico, composed of Marco Antonio Fraire, Head of Chancery and Ms. Cynthia Morena Mendez, Responsible for External Cooperation, paid an official visit to Market Bonneau (commune of Saint Louis du Nord), for a review of the construction of this project. Recall that in the framework of bilateral cooperation, Mexico has made a donation to Haiti, for the construction of 14 markets across the country.
Celebration of the harvest of sorghum in Thomazeau
Wednesday, July 23, the U.S. International Development (USAID) and the National Agency Brasserie Haiti SA (BRANA) will organize an activity around the celebration of the harvest of sorghum, in Bois-Léger (locality situated in Thomazeau), in the presence among other of : U.S. Ambassador in Haiti, Pamela White, José Matthijsse, CEO of BRANA, Thomas Jacques, Minister of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Rural development and Wilson Laleau, Minister of Trade and Industry.