Haiti - Japan : Official inauguration of two school projects
These two projects were realized under the Assistance Program in the form of Donations to Local Micro-Projects contributing to Human Security (APL) following the signing of the grant contract on January 26, 2017 between the Embassy and the organizations concerned http://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-19954-haiti-politics-signature-of-4-donation-contracts-with-japan.html
Project of Development of the School of CAREM, submitted by the Action Committee for the Reforestation and the Education of Marmont for an amount of 105,946 US dollars to improve the conditions of learning of the 315 pupils of the school and to receive more children who do not have access to basic education, the project includes the rehabilitation of 7 existing classrooms and the construction of three new classrooms.
Development Project of the Holiness Community Mixed School submitted by the Mutual Spiritual Association of the Former United Brothers and the Returnees (AMSAFUR), for an amount of 81,897 dollars intended to provide the 180 pupils with a school environment that meets basic pedagogical standards, Holiness Community School is currently housed in a premises that is not its own, is preparing to build a building with 6 classrooms equipped with school furniture (boards, benches and tables) and a sanitary block.
These new buildings, which respect the pedagogical approach of the Ministry of National Education, are equipped with access for people with reduced mobility, will allow students to enjoy an improved school environment, conducive to learning, facilitating their fulfillment and the development of their potential.
In his speech, Ambassador Yoshiaki Hatta emphasized that these two projects testify to Japan's commitment to support basic education and education for all in Haiti as well as the solidarity of the Japanese people towards Haiti for a strengthening of its resilience and sustainable development process.
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