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Haiti - Japan : 2 new projects funded by Japan
01/04/2021 08:19:33

Haiti - Japan : 2 new projects funded by Japan
On Tuesday, the Embassy of Japan in Haiti signed two grant contracts in the areas of Agriculture and Education, at the level of the departments of the Center (Hinche and Lascahobas). The ceremony took place in the presence of the Japanese Ambassador to Haiti, Mr. Mizuno Mitsuaki and representatives of the two local beneficiary organizations. These projects are carried out under the "Aid in the form of Donations to Local Micro-Projects contributing to Human Security (LPA)" program and the total amount of funding for these two projects totals US $ 321,055.00.

The first project "The Project for the Implementation of a Modern Sugar Cane Mill" funded to the tune of 145,421.00 US dollars, was submitted by the Kominote Familyal Peyizan Organization (KFP / Center) intends to strengthen the sugar cane by increasing the performance of the production chain through the construction of a sugar cane processing center equipped with a motor mill, boilers and vats.

The second project "The Lacolline Community School Construction Project" funded to the tune of 175,634.00 US dollars, will be executed by the Training Center for Deprived Children (CFED) in order to facilitate access to basic education and create better learning conditions for children. The construction of 6 classrooms equipped with adequate school furniture, a sanitary block and an administrative block will be carried out within the framework of this project for the benefit of 350 children and 6 teachers. It is expected, according to the CFED, that these figures will be almost doubled after the project by the adoption of the double-shift system.

According to the four main components of Japanese cooperation with Haiti, namely : Improvement of the Sanitary and Hygienic Situation, Promotion of Education, Strengthening of Agriculture and Food Security, Disaster Prevention and Climate Change, these support projects meet Japan's cooperation criteria, whose the main purpose of which is to offer better living conditions to the Haitian population, for the sake of support towards sustainable development to which the Haitian Government is committed to actively engages.

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