Supporting grain conditioner CETAI with their investments in new technology to improve production and sales.
The first Haitian Olympiad Skills Competition allowed young people learning a skilled trade to put their knowledge to the test and compete with peers in three separate competitions in masonry, electricity and plumbing, in the hope of being designated the best in their discipline. Photo courtesy of EPSJA.
Linking with other U.S. Government funded programs and DFS Construction LLC to provide on-site training on international building standards to build capacity of local labor force.
Helping lead firms and other sector stakeholders to promote new investment in Haitian-based production.
Supporting job creation in the export of handicrafts with the papier maché creations of Caribbean Craft S.A
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