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President Jovenel Moïse has completed the first 6 months of his five-year term on 7 August...
Victorious return of the Haitian amputee football selection
Last Friday, Gérald Oriol Jr., Secretary of State for the Integration of People with Disabilities and Mario Florvil, Director General of the Ministry of Youth and Sports welcomed at the International Airport Toussaint Louverture the players of the Haitian amputee football selection. This selection, supervised by the Haitian Football Association Amputee, won the American Football Cup of Amputee, organized this year in the United States.
Distribution of agricultural tools
On Monday in the 4th communal section "Bwa Leta", in the commune of Saint-Marc (dept. Artibonite), the Louis G. Lamothe Foundation (FLGL) and the Esther Boucicault Stanislas Foundation distributed 100 agricultural tools. This gesture of solidarity for the benefit of 40 people was an opportunity for the beneficiaries to welcome the work of the Lamothe Foundation, which works alongside the weakest to help them improve their living conditions.
53 winners in the 3rd edition of Loto 90
Sunday, August 27, in the gardens of the National Television of Haiti took place the 3rd edition of Loto 90. Margareth Fortuné, General Director of the Haitian State Lottery (LEH), congratulate the 53 lucky winners and specified that the profits from this 3rd draw will be dedicated to the beginning of the school year in order to relieve the parents who face many difficulties.
New Technical Director at ONI
Wilson Fièvre, Director General of the National Office of Identification (ONI), installed Raynaldo Camilus as the new Technical Director who previously held the position of Deputy Technical Director. He replaces Jean-Marie Charles, whose status has changed in the ONI since 31 July.
Closing of the project "Remanbre Kriswa"
Wednesday will be held the closing of "Remanbre Kriswa" a project funded by the European Union and implemented by Solidarités International, in partnership with GRET, Entrepreneurs du Monde and "Build Change." This project, which involved the local authorities concerned, was aimed at improving the living conditions of the inhabitants of the Christ-Roi neighborhood in Port-au-Prince by rehabilitating this neighborhood. The project's achievements include the development of public spaces, the reinforcement of housing, new waste management and support for economic activities.