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Official Launch of Project Water Sanitation Hygiene in Jacmel - by Claudy Bélizaire - March 16, 2013

Friday, in the premises of College of Our Lady of Perpetual Help, the Humanitarian Organisation Save the Children, in partnership with the Center of research and training in economics and social development (CRESFED) has proceeded to the launch of project water sanitation hygiene in Jacmel.

The ceremony was attended by several dignitaries, including the engineer Frantz Pierre, Director of the National Directorate of Water Supply and Sanitation (DINEPA), Jean Michel Sabbat, Technical Coordinator of Civil Protection,Hoche Lariveau, Deputy Director of the Departmental Directorate of Education, Southeast and principals and school children beneficiaries.

This sanitation project implemented by Save the Children, of more than 2 million euro, funded by the European Commission, is part of the support of the European Union (EU) and aimed at achieving among others, the objectives of the Millennium Development Goals in the area of ​​water and sanitation through the implementation of a program of urban sanitation broad and adaptable to other regions of the country.


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