Haiti - Economy : ADIH concerned about the situation in the Great South - HaitiLibre.com : Haiti news 7/7
Download the Revised School Calendar January to August 2023 (official)

iciHaiti - PNH : Emergency meeting of the CSPN

iciHaiti - Invitation : Conference debate on the situation of insecurity in the country

iciHaiti - Cap-Haitien : Amusement park «Lakay Fun World»

iciHaiti - Petit-Goâve : Distribution of the «Unique school book»

iciHaiti - Tourism : Towards the creation of a fund for the strengthening of the tourist site of Labadee

more news

Haiti - News : Zapping...

Haiti - Politic : CARICOM statement on violence in Haiti

Haiti - Insecurity : «Belvil» resists the attacks of the «Kraze Baryè» gang

Haiti - Politic : Strategic changes withing the PNH

Haiti - Politic : EDH explains rationing and blackouts

more news

Haiti - Economy : ADIH concerned about the situation in the Great South
20/10/2016 10:50:54

Haiti - Economy : ADIH concerned about the situation in the Great South
Georges B. Sassine, President of the Association of Industries of Haiti (ADIH) is "very concerned" about the extent of damage caused by the passage of Matthew hurricane in the Great South the North West and all other areas of the country and presents his sympathies on behalf of himself and ADIH, parents of hurricane victims and to the people whose property was destroyed.

ADIH thank "friendly countries, particularly the Dominican Republic, NGOs and charitable institutions for assistance to victims [...] and the private sector and the State that allowed the delivery of aid to victims [ ...]

[...] ADIH urges the State to ensure that aid is not diverted by malicious and that the smugglers do not use this pretext to increase their illicit trafficking. It hopes that the State will do everything for that lost jobs, following the destruction of agricultural infrastructure, agro-industrial, industrial and commercial, can be recovered as soon as possible; for that a massive supply of seeds and other agricultural inputs will be needed."

To keep existing jobs, the Association recommends that institutions and individuals who help are sourcing locally and "appeal to the wisdom of institutions and politicians to unite to face the great challenges following this massive destruction of the Great South the North West of Haiti and all other areas of Haiti."

HL/ HaitiLibre

Twitter Facebook Rss
Send news to... Daily news...

Why HaitiLibre ? | Contact us | Français
Copyright © 2010 - 2023