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Haiti - Education : Delivery of keys to 12 new fundamental schools built by Japan
02/07/2020 10:16:49

Haiti - Education : Delivery of keys to 12 new fundamental schools built by Japan
As part of Haitian-Japanese cooperation in school infrastructure, the project to build 12 basic schools including 10 in the Central Plateau and 2 in Artibonite is completed.

Seven (7) of these schools are located in the central Upper Plateau (National Schools Henry Christophe, Immaculate Conception, Toussaint Louverture, Guy Malary; National Schools of Marmont, Colladère and Los Palis). Three (3) others are located in the central Lower Plateau (National Schools of Crête-Brûlée, Triannon and Destaingville) and the last two (2) are located in Artibonite in the commune of Verrettes (National Schools of Charles Belair and Désarmes).

After 22 months of construction by the Japanese firm Tokura Corporation responsible for the works, handed over the keys of 16 buildings and 90 classrooms to the authorities of the Ministry of National Education.

Meniol Jeune, the Director General of the Ministry, received, from Hiroshi Okuda hands, Project Manager at Tokura Corporation, the keys to ten brand new fundamental schools.

Note that these schools were built according to the prescriptions of the Ministry in terms of school buildings and meet earthquake and para-cyclonic standards. They are also fully equipped with all appropriate school materials and a solar energy system. They can serve as an evacuation point in the event of disasters. This work was funded by the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) to the tune of $ 21.5 million.

HL/ HaitiLibre

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