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Haiti - Reconstruction : The Southeast under construction
05/05/2015 10:25:28

Haiti - Reconstruction : The Southeast under construction
Friday, Rothchild François Jr. the Government Spokesperson, accompanied particularly by Pierre Michel Lafontant, the Departmental Delegate of South East visited several major projects in the Southeast : the Bridge Pérédo, that of Saint-Antoine, the Hospital Saint-Michel and the expansion of the riverbed of Orangers, which are close to completion in this department.

The Bridge Pérédo thrown on the Fesles river, connects thearrondissement of Jacmel to that of Belle-Anse and the bridge of St-Antoine, connects Jacmel to Bainet. These two bridges, in final phase of construction, are of great importance to the South East population said Pierre Michel Lafontant adding that these bridges will play an obvious role in the commercial and tourist activities of the department.

Located in the heart of the city of Jacmel, the work to expand the bed of the river Orangers funded by the French Development Agency (AFD), associated with the construction of 5 bridges, will allow now to protect the city from flooding which in the past constituted a threat to the population.

On the other hand, the total reconstruction of the St Michel Hospital, with a capacity of 200 beds, built with the support of Japan and Canada is a major project of the Administration Martelly. Seriously damaged during the earthquake of January 2010, this modern hospital at the cutting edge of technology, is built on seismic isolators plates allowing it to withstandto potential high magnitude earthquakes, said Dr. Newton Jeudy, Medical Director of the hospital.

At the end of his tour, Rothchild François Jr. reiterated to the population, the will of the Martelly administration to provide the country with modern infrastructure to put Haiti on a path of sustainable development.

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