Infrastructure

RFP - Road Rehabilitation

By Anonymous on Mercredi, août 23, 2006.
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Camione According to news reports, Haiti has received a loan from the Inter-American Development Bank for rehabilitation of 10 km of Route National 1 (RN1-Bas Limbe) (Prets 991/SF-HA et 699-P). The deadline for Contractors is Sept. 15, 2006 and they should refer to Appel d'offres international: AOI 001/06.  Contact information for the Ministry of Public Works below.  Read more »

Mass Transit: a good next step

By Anonymous on Dimanche, février 12, 2006.

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It seems appropriate that given the vast amount of goods moving between the Dominican Republic and Haiti, it is about time that these two nations attempt to formalize at least this one aspect of their trade relationship: transportation. Read more »

Water Well Rehabilitation in Leogane

By Anonymous on Vendredi, décembre 16, 2005.

Haitian Well The Haiti Water Well Rehabilitation Project - a joint effort between the Children’s Nutrition Program of Haiti (CNP) and Living Water International (LWI) - moved forward in 2005 with the achievement of several milestones. First, twelve (12) wells have been repaired thus far in 2005 bringing the total number of wells put back into service since the project’s inception to fifteen (15). Second, CNP/LWI has recently contracted the services of local area residents to perform recent repairs. The passing of these two milestones restores potable water to 15 communities and provides intermittent, but regular, jobs for our local contractors. Read more »

USTDA Promotes Development in Haiti through Study of Priority Electricity Projects

By Anonymous on Mardi, août 9, 2005.
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electricitWASHINGTON, D.C. – (August 8, 2005) Today, U.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) Director Thelma J. Askey announced the award of a $350,000 technical assistance grant to Electricité d’Haiti (EDH), Haiti’s national electric utility, to address the country’s urgent need for accessible and reliable electric power. In particular, the grant will support EDH’s planning process for the development of electricity generation, transmission, and distribution projects. Read more »

Haiti: One Year Later (World Bank)

By Anonymous on Mercredi, août 3, 2005.

July 27, 2005 (World Bank Press Release) -- In the past year, Haiti created tens of thousands of new jobs, rehabilitated nearly 200 schools, and rebuilt 300 kilometers of roads. Read more »

HAITI, IDB SIGN $162.1 MILLION

By Anonymous on Dimanche, juillet 24, 2005.
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Press Release/July 22, 2005: HAITI, IDB SIGN $162.1 MILLION FOR ROADS, AGRICULTURE, FLOOD PREVENTION, URBAN REHABILITATION AND ECONOMIC GOVERNANCE. PORT-AU-PRINCE – Haiti and the Inter-American Development Bank signed the contracts for six soft loans totaling $162.1 million to finance rural roads, urban rehabilitation, flood early warning, agriculture and economic governance. Read more »