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27/12/2020 10:40:14

USAID helps SMEs obtain financing

In Haiti, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID-Haiti) engages transaction advisers to help local Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) obtain financing for their growth. Through Haiti INVEST https://www.icihaiti.com/en/news-27774-icihaiti-economy-launch-of-the-project-haiti-investto-stimulate-investments.html , a Project that works with the private sector for better development results, USAID Haiti has partnered with the Haitian Society “Management, Study, Accounting, Audit” (GECA), a financial services and transaction advisory firm owned by women.

The former mayor of Les Cayes for a transition

This week on a radio from the capital, the former mayor of the city of Les Cayes Jean Gabriel Fortuné believes that the legislative elections will not be possible and is in favor of a political transition lasting 3 years.

Expo-Sale : Painters of Hope or Sculptors of Resilience

Painters of Hope or Sculptors of Resilience, await you from January 2021, on a scenography by Pascale Theard to expand the “RÈL” which carries their talent to infinity. Exhibition – sale from January 15, 2021 to February 27, 2021 at Maison Dufort.

20 years of the NU Look Group

“As part of the celebration of the 20 years of the NU Look Group, in Cap-Haitien, this December 24, 2020, I enthusiastically presented a trophy to the famous Maestro Arly Larivière. A symbolic act performed at the feet of Christ crucified at the St-Joseph Chapel in Cap-Haitien with the aim of congratulating and encouraging the talented musicians of the Group from an authentic son of the Christophienne city, Arly Larivière,” Declared ex-senator Dieudonné Luma Etienne.

3 million birth certificate forms at the Ministry of Justice

Guy François Jr. the Minister in charge of Patriotism and Citizenship informs that measures have been taken at the highest level of the State so that 3 million birth certificate forms are available at the Ministry of Justice in the coming days.

HL/ HaitiLibre