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Friday June 17, 14 Grenadières plus members of the technical staff including coach Nicolas Delépine arrived in Costa Rica on Friday June 17, 2022 to begin preparations for the last phase of the FIFA Women's World Cup qualifiers, Australia-New Zealand 2023. For start the activities of this meeting, the French trainer Nicolas Delépine opted for a flexible program with a single training session scheduled for 3:30 p.m. Four other Grenadières arrived on Saturday. See also : https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-36932-haiti-2023-world-qualifier-final-round-our-grenadieres-come-together-list.html
Grand’Anse : Launch of the Local Investment Fund
The Rural Research and Support Group (GRAMIR) launched the Local Investment Fund (FIL) in the department of Grand'Anse. Following a call for projects, a total of 120,000 US dollars has been allocated; $72,000 to town halls and $48,000 to Civil Society Organizations.
Health : 5-year binational program
The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) in Haiti and the Dominican Republic are preparing a 5-year binational program to improve the quality of services and reduce maternal mortality, according to UNFPA Representative in Haiti, Saidou Kabore.
Tour of the Minister of Health
As part of an exploratory tour, Alex Larsen, the Minister of Public Health visited this week the Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) hospital in Tabarre.
Taiwan alongside Action Against Hunger
Taiwan ICDF (International Cooperation and Development Foundations) cooperated with the International NGO Action Contre la Faim (ACF) to carry out activities for the distribution of materials and nutritional screening of children in the disaster areas of Camp Perrin and Maniche in the Department from South. They helped improve the nutritional status of households affected by the earthquake of August 14, 2021 maj-10am.html
The exchange rate of the Bank of the Republic of Haiti is 112.2094 Gourdes for 1 US dollar on June 19, 2022.
Tennis Wimbledon : Naomi Osaka forfeit
Japanese of Haitian descent 43rd in the world, Naomi Osaka citing persistent pain in her Achilles heel announced on Twitter on Saturday that she will not play the Wimbledon grass tournament, which begins on June 27.
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