Haiti - News : Zapping...
The School of Diplomacy and International Relations of the Católica Santo Domingo University (UCSD) will hold a conference this Thursday, November 30, at 6:30 pm on "The External Policy of Haiti in the news". It will be given by Professor Richadson Louius, Director of the Haitian Center for International Relations for Development (CHRID). Location : Salon of the Cardinal Beras Rojas Library of the UCSD.
Venezuela : Details on the agreements
On his return from Venezuela, President Moïse at the Diplomatic Salon of Toussaint Louverture Airport gave some details on the two agreements signed with President Maduro http://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-22826-haiti-venezuela-president-moise-met-with-president-maduro.html . The first conditional renewable agreement, worth $ 82 million over one year, is for agricultural infrastructure, energy and road infrastructure. The second agreement, worth $ 15 million, is a test agreement aimed at enabling Haiti to repay its PetroCaribe Fund debt with local food products (flour, pasta, beans, rice and coffee).
Christmas : Strengthening of the security
Inspector Gary Desrosiers, deputy spokesman of the National Police of Haiti (PNH) announces the adoption of a set of measures to ensure the safety of the population during the holiday season end of the year . He mentioned in particular the reinforcement of the police presence on the streets.
Football : 4 new referees
The National Commission of Referees (CONA) held a working meeting with the Haitian referees who will join the FIFA 2018 list. 14 Haitian game directors including 8 men and 6 women, are involved in this promotion and the Engineer Rosnick Grant, President of CONA, is satisfied with this enlarged list. However he is aware that the most difficult now is to keep and especially increase this number in 2019, but also to be present in one of the highest categories of the CONCACAF region.
Launch of the project "Community and public security in Haiti"
Wednesday, it is with pleasure that the Ambassador of Canada participated today in the launch of the project 'Red, Blue, and Green: Community and Public Security in Haiti'. This project of 3.5 million dollars over two years is funded by the Government of Canada and implemented by Viva Rio Haiti and the Haitian National Police (HNP). It is by working with communities on socio-cultural activities and sports in popular areas of Port-au-Prince, by bringing together the community police and population, and by expanding professionnal opportunities that Viva Rio and the HNP aim to increase security and stability in Haiti. "Red, Blue, and Green" is a community inclusion project, to increase trust and reduce violence in order to build engaged communities.
Camp-Perrin : Inauguration of the Plant Propagation Center
The Ministry of the Environment (MDE) announces that on December 2nd, will take place in Levy-Camp-Perrin, the inauguration of the Center of Germplasm and Plant Propagation of the South Department (Central Nursery) whose first stone was laid last July http://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-21531-haiti-environment-launch-of-a-central-nursery-in-camp-perrin.html