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30/05/2017 09:59:37

Haiti - Technology : ECTEL donates computer equipment
Embert Charles, the Director General of the Eastern Caribbean Telecommunications Authority (ECTEL) handed a donation of equipment and computer furniture to the community of Arcahaie, in the North of the Haitian capital, Port-au-Prince.

The Mayor of Arcahaie, Rosemila Sainvil Petit-Frère thanked ECTEL and the National Council of Telecommunications (CONATEL) for facilitating this donation of equipment. High school students and a group of adult learners participated in the presentation ceremony, which included 16 computers and peripherals, four printers, 16 chairs and desks.

In thanking ECTEL for this equipment, Jean David Rodney, the new Director General of CONATEL, declared "We chose to put the equipment in the ICT Center of the Arcahaie community because it will serve many more people : the students and members of the community as a whole, Arcahaie is an important community. Our deepest gratitude to the people and governments of ECTEL Member States for this donation."

He also indicated that CONATEL was eager to work with ECTEL on issues in which the organization had already made progress, such as roaming and net neutrality. Stressing "CONATEL is committed to working with regional institutions such as the CTU and the ITU Area Office for the Caribbean on the development of ICT services for the Caribbean people."

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