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Haiti - Economy : Art, an economic stake in the country's development
30/11/2014 10:35:56

Haiti - Economy : Art, an economic stake in the country's development
As part of the implementation of the Strategic Plan for the Development of Haiti (PSDH) developed by the Government, the Council for Economic and Social Development (CDES), an agency of the Primature, recently completed a three-day workshop on the theme "The world of arts and trades through the credit system", which took place around three fundamental axes: the valuation of arts, trades and occupations according to the various trades; accompanying mechanisms for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and the financial system and its adaptation to new economic challenges.

The Office of the Deputy Minister (Marie Carmèle Rose Anne Auguste) responsible for human rights and the fight against extreme poverty is involved in this project together with other government ministries and public agencies.

In her speech, the Minister Auguste highlighted the importance of arts and culture in the development of the country "The arts should be the engine of our economic development. Our culture, the talent of our artists and our craftsmen is our greatest wealth," appealing to investment in the arts the Minister added "Our artists of sensitive neighborhoods need sustained coaching, good tools to work, adequate environment that enables them to work in peace."

The Minister Delegate believes essential to build of integration centers in disadvantaged neighborhoods that will be, according to her "places of high culture where will will meet and will will commune all social strata of the Nation."

At the end of the forum, a series of recommendations was formulated concerning inter alias : the development of a social credit system to finance the activities of artistic creation, the supervision of artists and craftsmen, a strong training in marketing management and customer service and the creation of tens of Community integration Centers, across the country.

HL/ HaitiLibre

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