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Haiti - Politic : Moïse continues his tour in the Great North
The Head of State first went to the Lycée national Philippe Guerrier in Cap-Haitien which had been badly damaged during the earthquake in January 2010. As part of his commitment to rebuild the national lycée Philippe Guerrier, Moïse announced the arrival on January 21 of a mission from the National Laboratory of Public Works which will come to assess the state of the infrastructure. Adding that the implementation of various programs to support the 5,000 schoolchildren of this school was also in the plans of the Government.
Moïse then went to the Bureau of the Electricity of Haiti (EDH) of Cap-Haitien, to inquire about the state of the electrical infrastructure before going to the construction site of the micro hydro dam on the Marion river, in the locality of Grand Bassin, in Terrier Rouge (North-East) whose works were inaugurated in 2018 https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-24264-haiti-politic-official-inauguration-of-dam-works-on-the-marion-river.html in order to follow the progress of this important infrastructure https://www.icihaiti.com/en/news-25959-icihaiti-terrier-rouge-follow-up-of-the-works-of-the-dam-and-the-reservoir-of-10-million-m3.html . Remember that this project is carried out as part of Cuban cooperation and that about fifteen Cuban experts work on the site alongside the Haitians. He took the opportunity to explain to the inhabitants of the commune of Grand-Bassin the meaning of development initiatives in this area, among others on drinking water, electricity, road infrastructure and irrigation...
President Moïse's day ended with a visit to the Trou-du-Nord High School (North East), one of the 10 high schools he signed up for on January 13, to rebuild just like the High School national Philippe Guerrier, with the salaries of elected officials who left Parliament https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-29762-haiti-politic-the-salary-of-parliamentarians-will-be-used-to-build-10-high-schools.html , followed by a meeting with local associations in the area.
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