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17/07/2013 13:32:24

Haiti - News : Some news here and there...
Vocational training in prison
The State Department through its Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs is planning to spend $95,000 to provide vocational training to Haitian inmates in textile production and assembly. "The applicant should demonstrate an ability to conduct job training on clothing production (including skills such as sewing, tailoring, and/or clothing assembly) within individual prisons in Haiti’s Ouest Department. This training should be hands-on and allow prisoners to get real practice working with textile materials."

21 Haitians arrested by the Dominican Navy
The last weekend, 21 Haitian illegal immigrants, were arrested by the Dominican Navy as they tried to illegally enter Puerto Rico.

Key handover of 400 housing units
Thanks to the program of Support to the Intervention Plan in the Housing Sector (SPISH), FAES has already provided a home to 400 families. In Zoranje President Martelly handover the keys of 400 housing units for displaced families living in camps.

$1,5MM of CERF
Tuesday, the Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) of United Nations announced that Haiti will receive an assistance of $1,5MM for the management of emergencies and crises.

World Bank in prospection in the North
On Monday, Ms. Dieudonne Luma Etienne accompanied the new special envoy to the World Bank in Haiti, Mary Barton Dock at the head of a large delegation came to pay a visit in the north of Haiti, to discover the tourist, economic and industrial potential of the area and also meet with the authorities of the North, to better understand the local reality.

HL/ HaitiLibre

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