Haiti - News : Some news here and there...
Friday, Me Jean Renel Sanon the Minister of Justice and Public Security (MJSP) and the Director General of the Ministry proceeded to the opening of a Workshop around the development of tools of rationalization, of implementation and monitoring of the budget. These assizes that ended Sunday were held at Club Indigo with the support of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), through the project "Justice Pact".
Review of program "Tet Poze ke Poze"
Thursday, as part of the World Mental Health Day, Reginald Delva made a positive assessment of the program "Tet Poze ke Poze"aunched on October 10, 2012, by the office of the State Secretariat of Public Security. This program helped collect about 250 mentally ill wandering the streets, and families find their loved ones lost due to a mental disorder. https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-4075-haiti-health-first-results-of-the-operation-tet-poze-ke-poze.html https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-6851-haiti-health-message-of-sophia-martelly.html
Delivery of musical instruments in Hinche
This Monday, at the Ministry of Culture will be held a ceremony of delivery of musical instruments at the Music School of Hinche, this activity falls within the framework of the week of activities marking the end of the Support Program for Strengthening of Culture and Art for Economic and Social Development (ARCADE).
"Natacha Ki Moun'n Ou Yé" by Wyclef Jean on denationalization
Friday, Wyclef Jean posted on his twitter account his last song "Natacha Ki Moun'n Ou Yé" whose text refers to the denationalization of thousands of Dominicans most of Haitian descent, following the decision of the Dominican Constitutional Court on 23 September. https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-9628-haiti-denationalization-dominican-president-danilo-medina-open-to-dialogue.html
No shortage of water in Haiti
Friday, Joseph Lionel Duvalsaint, Director General of the National Directorate of Water Supply and Sanitation (DINEPA) declared Haiti does not lack water, but that a good management of this resource was necessary "Currently the water is not a scarce resource in the country [...] Haiti has more that 154 cubic meters of water per second that flow in at least 10 major rivers of the country, not to mention more than 56 billion cubic meters of water, that can be exploited in groundwater."