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Haiti - Education : Towards more cooperation with the Caribbean Development Bank
16/07/2017 09:44:24

Haiti - Education : Towards more cooperation with the Caribbean Development Bank
Pierre Josué Agénor Cadet, the Minister of National Education, accompanied by Norbert Stimphil Coordinator of the Education for All (EPT) project and Délima Pierre the Director General of the National Office for Education Partnership (ONAPE), met with Ms. Idamay Denny, Social Programs Officer of the Caribbean Development Bank (BCD) and several Bank staff, on cooperation in the education sector between the Bank and Haiti.

Ongoing projects in support of Haiti's education sector, which has just received more than $20 million in grants from BDC http://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-21441-haiti-politics-more-than-$20m-in-grants-for-2-projects.html And the prospect of other projects financed by the Caribbean Bank were at the center of discussions. For Minister Cadet, teacher training, school infrastructure and the new secondary education are among the priorities submitted to the BDC.

Idamay Denny said he was at the listing of the Ministry of Education to support the priorities identified by Minister Cadet and the Government of Haiti for the education sector and both parties agreed to continue and deepening these exchanges with a view to launching new projects for the benefit of the education sector in Haiti.

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http://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-21441-haiti-politics-more-than-$20m-in-grants-for-2-projects.html

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