Haiti President inaugurates Potable Water Project

President of Haiti, Jovenel Moise, inaugurates the Potable Water Production project in the Metropolitan Region on Tuesday.

Haiti President inaugurates Potable Water Project
Haiti President inaugurates Potable Water Project

Haiti: President of Haiti, Jovenel Moise, inaugurates the Potable Water Production project in the Metropolitan Region on Tuesday.

President Moise announced, “I am pleased to open the Project to Reinforce Potable Water Production in the Metropolitan Region on Tuesday. This reservoir should power Delmas low network, Vivy Mitchel, and propose a side-up for the Brothers to PV zone.”

A Facebook user commented, “Mr. President Jovenel, you are doing a wonderful job bravo and a lot of courage in your actions.”

Rob Ert Alerte wrote, “the president begins to gather water today, tomorrow will be the sun and after tomorrow, the turn of men to put them together for the development of the country. Everyone will then have food on the table and money in their pocket, BRAVO appreciated.”

Furthermore, President of Haiti, Jovenel Moise, added, “My Administration is working tirelessly to reduce water collection distances at metropolitan area level. The new Dinepa pumping site in Tabarre 68, which I visited on Tuesday, will help improve access to water throughout the network.”

Inauguration of Airport
Haiti will witness various developments in the nation. Along with reinforcement of potable water production project, there was the construction of airport also going on. Haiti President announced, “July 10th, 2020, I was happy to inaugurate Jeremie’s airport. I remind you that this work was carried out by the state’s material and positioned in the Grandans department in the caravan of change. Today we say Ayibobo to the people of Jeremi who understand the importance of this airport for the community.”

National Bank of Agricultural Development
In the previous week, President Haiti also stated that “I am pleased to launch the National Bank of Agricultural Development (BNDA) at the Brussels Convention and Documentation Center. The country’s development, to be socially balanced and sustainable, must be based on a strong agricultural sector. Today, an important step has just been taken.”

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