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Haiti - Diaspora : 25 schools under construction financed by the FNE
25/07/2020 09:48:08

Haiti - Diaspora : 25 schools under construction financed by the FNE
Friday July 24, Joseph Frantz Nicolas, the Director General of the National Education Fund (FNE), began a tour of various school infrastructure projects in the departments of Nippes, South and Grand'Anse.

It was in the town of Arnoux that Frantz Nicolas began his tour with the construction of a new 14-room school which must be completed in 6 months according to the engineer in charge of the work.

The Director of the FNE then visited the site of the future national school of Fonds-des-Nègres, where work began on July 13, then the sites of the national schools of Melonnière (South) and Cap-à-foux (Grand'Anse)

Since mid-July, 25 school infrastructure projects have been launched, the keys to which will be handed over to the FNE in early 2021. It should be noted that these new schools are all financed by the National Education Fund, as required by the law on creation, organization and functioning of the autonomous body.

Frantz Nicolas’s tour will end on July 27th.

Recall that the FNE launched in 2011 under the Martelly Regime is mainly financed by the diaspora https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-3034-haiti-education-launch-of-the-national-fund-for-education-fne-by-martelly-update-1h03pm.html by a levy of 0.05 US dollars on each incoming phone call minutes https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-2993-haiti-education-it-s-not-a-tax-but-a-surcharge-on-the-tariff.html and others by a levy of 1.50 US dollars, on money transfers entering or leaving the country https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-3027-haiti-education-the-tax-on-money-transfers-comes-into-force-on-june-1-2011.html

To be continued…

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