a little cheering up :-) new school opens in pilboro
Posted: 26 October 2010 02:51 AM   [ Ignore ]
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Haiti: The Puilboriviens have reason to be proud of the new building of the National School of Puilboreau which began under an arbor. Previously, especially in times of rain, students and teachers had all the trouble in the world to work in this hut built for training hundreds of children in the area. Now, with 10 classrooms, play spaces, a toilet block, a canteen, an administrative block and a reservoir of 45,000 gallons of water, students, teachers and the entire community to rejoice. Thus, the facility can accommodate nearly a thousand students from Lower Plaisance, Nan-Wednesday, Chemin Neuf Twin Nan-Nan-Dwa and other surrounding communities.

According to the Minister of Education and Training (MENFP), Joel Desrosiers Jean-Pierre, the construction of the school is not only an act of the government's willingness to work across MENFP at the improving access to education, but also help improve learning conditions in a better environment.

To strengthen the educational system, the minister also called for an active partnership involving the contribution of all actors. "The initiative of the day (Thursday), a partnership between the IDB and the FAES MENFP offers us a concrete idea of possible outcomes when we get together for noble causes such as education," said Minister, asking parents, students, teachers and the entire community Puilboreau to do their best to protect the new buildings built by the firm Expert Concept to be used, he said, several generations of students.

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Posted: 26 October 2010 02:57 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 1 ]
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Grande Riviere du Nord: Lycée Jean-Jacques Dessalines restored
Monday, October 25, 2010 6:12 p.m.
Lycée Jean-Jacques Dessalines, the Great River of the North was renovated and expanded PNH has been found at the inauguration ceremony of new premises of this school on October 22 passed in the presence of the Minister of National Education, Joel Desrosiers Jean-Pierre.
Lycée Jean-Jacques Dessalines was founded November 10, 1987. It then comprised 5 classrooms and management was under a mango tree. Washroom and was non-potable water. 16 years later, in 2003, five other rooms were added.
The school had to wait 7 more years, or 2010, before disposing of 17 rooms, an administrative block, a toilet block, a cafeteria, a playground, a computer room connected to the Internet and a library of over 500 books, all through a project funded by the Ministry of Education and coordinated by the Fund for Economic and Social Assistance (FAES).
"I feel great excitement by performing at the inauguration of new premises of the Grand River High School North, because beyond the Minister, is a son of the city who finds himself in his native village among his own, "said Minister of National Education and Vocational Training (MENFP), Joel Desrosiers Jean-Pierre, in his speeches.
Indeed, Jean-Pierre was received with great fanfare in his hometown at the ceremony of the extension and renovation of the school held around the theme "Towards a modernization of the Lycée Jean-Jacques Dessalines Great River of the North ".
The Minister was pleased to give this region a school whose infrastructure, he said, meets the standards of school buildings.
The owner invited the community MENFP rivanordaise to protect the building that says he must serve several generations of students. "This is the best investment made by the Haitian government for the rehabilitation of the region," he says.
All the work coordinated by the FAES were performed on 12-month period and the overall cost is more than 28 million bottles from the public treasury, for his part encrypted Harry Adam, director of Economic Assistance Fund and social.
On the other hand, Mr Adam argues that his institution wants to stand out from the classical type of infrastructure that characterizes the Haitian education sector both urban and rural. "We want to propose a school facilities for our youth so they can evolve into a modern academic environment," he says.
Students and officials at the Lycée Jean-Jacques Dessalines have warmly welcomed the implementation of the project.
"It's been a while since the community was waiting rivanordaise realizing such a dream," says Firmin Moise, director of the school. This monument has called high school and presented a plaque of honor and merit Minister Joel Desrosiers Jean-Pierre.

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Posted: 26 October 2010 09:02 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 2 ]
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Ti-Joe Gro Nen - 26 October 2010 02:51 AM
Haiti: The Puilboriviens have reason to be proud of the new building of the National School of Puilboreau which began under an arbor. Previously, especially in times of rain, students and teachers had all the trouble in the world to work in this hut built for training hundreds of children in the area. Now, with 10 classrooms, play spaces, a toilet block, a canteen, an administrative block and a reservoir of 45,000 gallons of water, students, teachers and the entire community to rejoice. Thus, the facility can accommodate nearly a thousand students from Lower Plaisance, Nan-Wednesday, Chemin Neuf Twin Nan-Nan-Dwa and other surrounding communities.

According to the Minister of Education and Training (MENFP), Joel Desrosiers Jean-Pierre, the construction of the school is not only an act of the government's willingness to work across MENFP at the improving access to education, but also help improve learning conditions in a better environment.

To strengthen the educational system, the minister also called for an active partnership involving the contribution of all actors. "The initiative of the day (Thursday), a partnership between the IDB and the FAES MENFP offers us a concrete idea of possible outcomes when we get together for noble causes such as education," said Minister, asking parents, students, teachers and the entire community Puilboreau to do their best to protect the new buildings built by the firm Expert Concept to be used, he said, several generations of students.

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Posted: 27 October 2010 10:33 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 3 ]
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Posted: 28 October 2010 02:18 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 4 ]
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nicee lets go haiti. we were progressing before the quake let it continue.
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Posted: 29 October 2010 10:15 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 5 ]
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A dream realized


23 years after its creation in difficult conditions, the Jean-Jacques Dessalines national high school of Grande-Rivière du Nord now found good standard in the field of school buildings. Last Friday, The Minister of Education, Joel Desrosiers Jean-Pierre, and Fund managing director of economic and social assistance, Harry Adam, inaugurated the renovation and extension of the high school for the amount of 28,203,989 gourdes from the Treasury. The original school was founded in Novermber 23, 1987.


This public school now has 17 classrooms from its original five small rooms. We had to wait until 2003 to add five additional classrooms. The new academic year will see another wind blowing across the campus. The work done at this school have included, among others, the rehabilitation of existing classrooms, construction of six new classrooms, an administrative block, a computer lab connected to the Internet, a cafeteria, a residence for the caretaker and the construction of a playground with a podium.

Reportedly some of the 1,500 students attending the school, there is no greater gift that the Haitian government can provide them for the new school year. "Previously, there was no water, no toilets. The school was comparable to a bad team, "says Roseman Allande, a high school student Rhaeto III. Before the renovation, said the student, there were 130 students per class. Now the situation has improved significantly, with 50 to 60 per room.


"This work contributes in some way, to facilitate access to more children in school, one of the key objectives of the national plan for education and training," said Minister Joel Desrosiers Jean-Pierre, the same speech given at the inauguration of the National School of Puilboreau yesterday. "This work, he said, is the result of the unwavering commitment of the State, through the MENFP, providing the country viable infrastructure for youth training.

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Posted: 29 October 2010 01:27 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 6 ]
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That what we need, education and more public schools like these ones. Keep 'em coming
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Posted: 29 October 2010 01:37 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 7 ]
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Posted: 29 October 2010 02:50 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 8 ]
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Food-Sovereignty-Haiti - 29 October 2010 10:15 AM
A dream realized

Last Friday, The Minister of Education, Joel Desrosiers Jean-Pierre, and Fund managing director of economic and social assistance, Harry Adam, inaugurated the renovation and extension of the high school for the amount of 28,203,989 gourdes from the Treasury.


Well, now we see what the government can do once it has obtained sufficient funds.
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Posted: 29 October 2010 02:57 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 9 ]
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Fanm Kreyol,

If people paid taxes and ended magouille funds would be available. This is great news and looks nice now what are the salaries and experience of the teachers and also do they provide lunch programs..these kids so nice in their uniforms..
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Posted: 29 October 2010 04:43 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 10 ]
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Fanm Kreyol - 29 October 2010 02:50 PM
Food-Sovereignty-Haiti - 29 October 2010 10:15 AM
A dream realized

Last Friday, The Minister of Education, Joel Desrosiers Jean-Pierre, and Fund managing director of economic and social assistance, Harry Adam, inaugurated the renovation and extension of the high school for the amount of 28,203,989 gourdes from the Treasury.


Well, now we see what the government can do once it has obtained sufficient funds.


Amen!

Once again, get the funds into the hands of the Haitian Government and immediate progress is made.

Haitians running Haiti. What a novel idea!

You get us electricity, clean water, sanitation, and seed money into "our" hands directly,

and the world will see what Haitians running Haiti can do!
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