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35 students from the latest graduates of the National School of Applied Geology (ENGA) could soon receive their letter of appointment as teachers for the renovated secondary school. They will be part of the first promotion of young qualified teachers who will come in particular from the École Normale Supérieure (ENS), the Accelerated Initial Training (FIA), the Teacher Training Center of the Fundamental School (CFEF), the National School of Arts (ENARTS) and Public Universities in Regions (UPR). Minister Manigat announced this in his New Year's message to students and education officials.
Destroyed 12 years ago and never rebuilt
The central headquarters of the Ministry of National Education, destroyed by the earthquake on January 12, 2010, has not yet been rebuilt and the employees are still distributed in various offices across the metropolitan area pending reconstruction, a file that the Minister Nesmy MANIGAT promises to relaunch.
NOTICE Orlando : Haitian Consulate closed
The Haitian Consulate in Orlando informs the Haitian Community that its offices will be closed from January 13 to 17, 2022, due to cases of Covid-19 identified among the Consular Staff. Services will resume normally on Tuesday, January 18 from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. In case of emergency please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Jarabacoa : Moratorium on expulsions of Haitians
James Jacques, Consul of Haiti in Santiago (DR) received Jesus Maria Collado, responsible for immigration in the province of Jarabacoa. "We discussed the documentation of approximately 2,500 Haitians living in this province. Mr. Collado promised me to temporarily postpone the deportation of undocumented Haitians in this province and in return the Consulate undertakes to provide them with birth certificates, passports and national identification cards."
The ing. Claude Prepetit, deplores and regrets
The ing. geologist Claude Prepetit, Director General of the Bureau of Mines and Energy (BME) deplores the absence of a real national plan to reduce the country's vulnerability to earthquakes and regrets that the progress recorded in this field during the 4 to the first 5 years following the earthquake of January 12, 2010 have not been consolidated.
The French Embassy, partner of UNICEF
The Embassy of France in Haiti welcomes the partnership with UNICEF Haiti and the efforts made to end malnutrition in newborns and young children "The right to food is one of the most fundamental human rights" Remember that UNICEF distributed 249 boxes of lipid-based nutritional supplements to prevent malnutrition among 2,490 children aged 6 to 23 months living in the South, Grand'Anse and Nippes.
HL / HaitiLibre