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Haiti - Humanitarian : Food For the Poor relocates 76 Haitian families with dignity
27/04/2016 11:14:01

Haiti - Humanitarian : Food For the Poor relocates 76 Haitian families with dignity
76 families including 40 local displaced from Fond-Bayard and 36 others of hosting sites of Anse-à-Pitres (return from the Dominican Republic), were relocated in the new Village Alexandre Guy (3rd communal section of Labady, Artibonite), built by the organization Food For the Poor (150 house planned), on a plot of 32 ha given by the Haitian Government.

Each house has an area of 48.75 m2, and families will receive support for 6 months that will enable them to feed, educate their children and engage in income generating activities. In each new house, were placed mattresses, a table, a solar kit, hygiene kit, blankets, a gas stove and food items: bags of rice, peas and corn.

In addition, families have access to a health clinic, a community center, a leisure area and a vocational school for youth. Livestock and beekeeping projects are already underway to help householders to acquire autonomy.

The Support Group for Returnees and Refugees (GARR) and the Jesuit Service for Migrants (SJM) contributed to the relocation of 36 migrant families of Anse-à-Pitres whose 11 lived in Fond-Jeannette, 13 in Savane Galata, 6 to camp Parc Cadeau II and 6 in Tête à l’eau.

HL/ HaitiLibre

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