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Haiti - Politic : Her Majesty the Queen of Spain Letizia in Haiti
This 24-hour official visit of the Queen of Spain to Haiti reflects the exceptional partnership between the two countries and their common desire to continue strengthening their cooperation relationship. The First Lady, Martine Moïse, intends to take advantage of her various meetings with the Queen to highlight the beauty of Haiti and the many opportunities offered by the country to international investors, especially to the Spanish.
Later in the afternoon, Queen Letizia chaired a working meeting at the Haiti Office of Technical Cooperation, which was attended by representatives of Spanish cooperation, NGOs and international organizations.
On Wednesday 23rd, to begin Queen Letizia will go to Cité Soleil, to visit the Educational Center of the Sisters of Saint Vincent de Paul, in which the Spanish cooperation finances several projects and, in particular, one on sanitation of the complex. Later at the Presidential Palace, Jovenel Moïse accompanied by his wife will offer a lunch to the Queen. Thereafter accompanied by the First Lady, Queen Letizia will visit the National Museum of the Haitian Pantheon (MUPANAH), where she will hold a meeting with a group of Haitian women leaders, to learn about the situation of Haitian women.
Finally, at the Lycée Alexandre Pétion, Letizia will attend a meeting with students and teachers of Spanish, who will make various representations before the Spanish delegation.
This meeting will end the agenda of the official visit of Her Majesty the Queen consort of Spain Letizia who will leave Haiti to Madrid in the afternoon
Recall that for Spanish cooperation, Haiti is considered a country of association, including in the group of priority countries. The priority sectors of Spanish cooperation in Haiti are water and sanitation. Spanish cooperation has focused its interventions in Port-au-Prince, and in the south-east of the country, notably in the city of Jacmel. The Fund for Water and Sanitation (FCAS) made an investment in Haiti of 119.79 million euros, estimating that these development programs will benefit more than 2 million people. Other important interventions have been in the areas of education, poverty alleviation, rural development, hunger, environment, democratic governance and culture.
The Spanish Agency for International Cooperation and Development (AECID) has also supported food security projects by supporting fisheries and agriculture in southeastern Haiti, improving the diet and access to the fish consumption of about 200,000 people.
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