It was Jacmel's turn to receive heavy equipments from President Moise

Posted by on Friday, February 9, 2018 Under: Infrastructures

President Jovenel Moise, on a mission to equip each of the 9 departments of the country with necessary materials to clean up the streets, build roads and rehabilitate Haiti’s agricultural infrastructures, has made a stop in Jacmel Thursday, to provide the touristic city with its own float of heavy equipments, after having made similar distribution in Gonaives, Aritbonite and many other cities.

President Moise handed over heavy equipments to local officials of Artibonite and Hinche

The President, accompanied with the Prime Minister, Jack Guy Lafontant, the Minister of Public Work and Transportation, Ing Fritz Caillot, as well as the President of the Senate, Joseph Lambert and deputy Dieupi Cheubin, who are both from Jacmel; reminded the large group of people who came to welcome him for the occasion, that the funds to buy these materials and support all the other spendings that his government has so far made, did not come from the International community. The President continues to complain about the fact that after a year in office, international financial institutions have not yet made any disbursement for Haiti.

The President clarified that it was thanks to a credit from the Private sector, which also guaranteed 12.000 hours of free mechanical services for each equipment.

The President reiterated his determination to continue with his Caravan of Change initiative despite all the hardships, and promised that the population will soon feel the changes.

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