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Haiti - Education : 100,000 children to school, the President Martelly remains confident
15/08/2011 10:53:48

Haiti - Education : 100,000 children to school, the President Martelly remains confident
The President Michel Martelly has reaffirmed yesterday Sunday his intention to send more than 100,000 children to school at the occasion of new school year.

"Despite the absence of a government, we are pursuing our objectives, [...] our education plan is working well" insisting on the fact that his projet of free education will work, promising that his project will have a big impact because of the large number of children who will go to school this year. However, recognizing the short time remaining before the new school year, the Head of State has mentioned a possible postponement of the date of the next school year "We will decide with the Ministry of Education if the date for the beginning of the school year will be maintained or postponed..."

For its part, the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) that support concretely the approach of the President Martellyn is constructing 100 classrooms in Haiti, a project of one million dollars to improve access to education.

Funded and implemented by ADRA International, the classrooms will be constructed in partnership with Maranatha Volunteers International Inc. These steel-walled classrooms have been designed for warm environments, ensuring each classroom is properly ventilated with large windows and strategically placed vents, and features white colored roofs to reflect the sun's rays.

Operating in Haiti for more than 30 years and is dedicated to the reconstruction in the short and long term. This NGO, also provided a sustainable community development and disaster relief.

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