Haiti - Reconstruction : Construction works of offices of the DAP
The Minustah received a special envelope of several million dollars to provide special assistance to the Government of Haiti in order to help it to ensure the continuity of activities of the State institutions hardest hit by the earthquake, and that, pending longer-term solutions.
Last February, the Mission signed a memorandum of understanding with the Government of Haiti for the use of these funds. Several priority projects had been identified, including the construction of the interim Parliament and the headquarters of the DAP. These two projects are the largest of this budget.
Among other projects are found other initiatives of support to the DAP, that have already been made, the construction of extensions to the National Penitentiary and of the administration of the prison of Petion-Ville, as well as the construction of a training area for women inmates at the Prison of Petion-Ville and donations of material for these instances.
Also between 2010 and 2011 the Minustah has done and will finalize :
Finally, in the framework of Resolution 1927 of the Security Council [June 2010], the Minustah and the Haitian Government have signed a cooperation agreement in February 2011 that benefits include to the construction of temporary Courts of Peace. Each Tribunal is housed in two prefabricated of 3 modules with a courtroom and offices for judges and staff on a total area 155 square meters. Air conditioning, equipment and office furniture are provided.
Thus, from February until the end of 2011, 20 new Peace Courts were built in such structures:
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