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Boosting Productivity in Haiti’s Apparel & Textile Sector

On December 11, 2018, the USAID Local Enterprise and Value Chain Enhancement (LEVE) Project awarded a partner contribution grant of $151,657 to Haiti Premier Apparel S.A., a Haitian-owned apparel manufacturer whose founders have been in the apparel business for over 35 years. Based in Port-au-Prince, Haiti Premier Apparel (HPA) specializes in the production of workwear […]

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Launch of the week of sorghum at Restaurant Totto

At the initiative of Brana, Papyrus / SMASH and Totto Restaurant, an evening was held to launch Sorghum Week, commonly known as “Pitimi”, as part of the Konsome lokal month celebration. The guests had the pleasure of discovering or rediscovering this cereal through dishes and cocktails prepared by the chef of restaurant Totto. This was […]

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Skills Fair: Canado-Technique promotes innovation and competitiveness

The Haitian Vocational Training Center, commonly known as Canado-Technique, held the third edition of the “Salon des compétences” on Saturday, May 5 and Sunday, May 6, 2018 at Canado College and Canado-Technique. Organized this year around the theme “On the road to innovation and competitiveness”, this activity aims to promote the skills of Haitian society. […]

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Developing Skills for The Future of Haiti’s Renewable Energy Industry

On March 22, 2018, the USAID Local Enterprise and Value Chain Enhancement (LEVE) Project provided a partner contribution grant to Ecole Professionnelle Saint Joseph Artisan (EPSJA), a Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) school. The purpose of the grant is to assist the EPSJA in developing advanced solar energy training courses and strengthening their […]

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Innovating Snack Chip Production to Increase Smallholder Farmer Network

On January 19, 2018, the USAID Local Enterprise and Value Chain Enhancement (LEVE) Project awarded a partner contribution grant to Audate Saint Lot Co. operating as Agrobizz. The grant will permit the lead food processing firm to acquire new equipment to increase their sales of plantain and breadfruit chip products within the next year, expand […]

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Increasing Customized Farming Services for Haitian Rice Farmers

On December 4, 2017 the USAID Local Enterprise and Value Chain Enhancement (LEVE) Project awarded a partner contribution grant to Société Haïtienne de Transformation des Produits Agricoles (TRANSAGRI S.A.), an agricultural service provider for farmers in the Artibonite valley. The grant will permit them to invest in new equipment to increase sales and support rice farmers […]

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Promoting Agribusinesses & Local Haitian Production

On November 22, 2017, the USAID Local Enterprise and Value Chain Enhancement (LEVE) Project awarded a partner contribution grant to Groupe Style Communications S.A.’s (GSC) membership organization Konsome Lokal. The grant helped organize a two-day trade show bringing together producers and consumers to raise awareness of Haitian-made products and increase membership in the association. This […]

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Teaching Innovative Skills to Create New Job Opportunities in the North of Haiti

On November 16, 2017, the USAID Local Enterprise and Value Chain Enhancement (LEVE) Project awarded a partner contribution grant to Sri Lankan-owned and operated MAS Akansyèl S.A., located in the Caracol Industrial Park near Cap Haitian. Founded in April 2017, MAS Akansyèl S.A. is a subsidiary of Sri Lankan-owned MAS Holdings, a global apparel and […]

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Expanding Haitian Tea to New Markets

On November 11, 2017, the USAID Local Enterprise and Value Chain Enhancement (LEVE) Project awarded a partner contribution grant to BèlZèb S.A. The grant will permit the lead firm to acquire new equipment to double their sales of tea products within the next year, expand the production and introduce their tea line to new markets […]

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Meet Some of the Inspiring Women Business Owners Who are Driving Change in Haiti

Join us in celebrating International Women’s Day and learn about some truly inspiring women entrepreneurs in Haiti that we are working with: View story at Medium.com

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