Haiti - Environment : Reforestation and treatment of the gully Nan Baryè
This project can be summarized in four main points:
This is not the first time the Japanese government is working with ONJPSH, indeed in 2009 the Canoe gully of the Morne L'Hôpital had already been the subject of a bio-mechanical treatment with the financial cooperation of the Japan.
The gully Nan Baryè it also takes birth in the Morne l'Hôpital and is a tributary of the Canot gully. Hence the need to develop a plan of protection much more relevant for the communities of Canapé Vert, the Japanese government has understood and responded to this emergency.
The effects of treatment and of the reforestation of the gully Nan Baryè, will be known at short-and long-term. The localities of Nan Baryè, Ti Ginen, Moransi, Meleri, Ravine Ocha and Sainte Mariewill experience lower losses of plants and livestock during heavy rains, see dead when rains cause floods and landslides. And thanks to the speed reduction of rainwater and of the fact that the solid particles will be retained upstream by the en amont par les protections.
In addition, the definitive biological structures, (the citrus), are necessary for ensure not only the ecological balance of watersheds in the area, but also the survival of the inhabitants of the area by ensuring their purchasing power. In this context, the project has achieved four fundamental objectives:
See also :
http://www.haitilibre.com/article-437-haiti-humanitaire-japon-deux-nouvelles-aides-confirmees.html (in french)
http://www.haitilibre.com/article-547-haiti-reconstruction-le-japon-donne-2-4-millions-pour-la-pnh.html (in french)
http://www.haitilibre.com/article-396-haiti-reconstruction-le-japon-ne-fait-pas-que-parler-il-agit.html (in french)