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Haiti - Education : The University of Limonade coveted by the private sector
02/01/2012 13:59:33

Haiti - Education : The University of Limonade coveted by the private sector
At 10 days of the inauguration of the University Roi Henri Christophe (built in Limonade) offered by the government and the business sector of Dominican Republic, a petition circulating in Haiti, since last month, in which teachers and leaders of private university centers claim that the University Roi Henri Christophe be "independent of the State University of Haiti (UEH), autonomous, and with its own management bodies"

A petition that the rectorate of the UEH considers ridiculous, who criticizes members of private universities that defend above all, their private financial interests. According to Fritz Deshommes, Vice-Rector for research to the UEH "There are civil servants and private sector leaders who are still trying to divert all that is given to the UEH. These are people who do nothing, but that still want to take advantage of opportunities," pointing the finger on, without naming it, famous private university in Port-au-Prince, who will be at the origin of this petition.

The Vice-Rector recalls that a workshop under the auspices of President Michel Martelly and Leonel Fernández (Dominican Republic), is scheduled the day after the inauguration (scheduled January 12, 2012) on the initiative of the Secretary of State for higher Education, to discuss the future of this new University, issues, organizational structure and its management.

"The mission to provide knowledge in higher education across the country, belongs first to the UEH" strongly advised Jean Vernet Henry, Rector of the UEH, for whom the only problem of the State University, currently resides in a lack of funding.

S/ HaitiLibre

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