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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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A new date for Konsome Lokal

The 2nd edition of Konsome Lokal salon will take place this week-end at Parc Canne à Sucre. We are proud to be a partner of this great initiative to promote local production and local entrepreneurs. Another excellent opportunity to buy Made in Haiti gifts.

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Galata Kreyol Christmas Market

Galata Kreyol is organizing a Christmas Market at The Pétion-Ville Club this week-end. A perfect occasion to buy Made In Haiti gifts and to discover some of our partners who will be exposing their creations. The event will take place Saturday and Sunday, from 9 AM to 5 PM.

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The Second Edition of Konsome Lokal’s Agribusiness Fair

Mark your calendars! Our partners at Konsome Lokal are organizing the Second Agribusiness Fair on December 2-3, 2018. Following the success of the first edition of the Salon Konsome Lokal, where more than 2,000 attended the 2-day event, companies and exhibitors will be able to showcase their “Made in Haiti” products and network with potential local and international […]

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450 newly trained technicians target the job market

After two years of training at the Haitian Vocational Training Center (CFPH), also known as Canado-Technique, 450 young technicians trained respectively in computer network technology, electromechanics, telecommunications and industrial maintenance mechanics at the Technical Center Haitian Vocational Training Center (CFPH) or Canado-Technique are preparing to enter the labor market. These graduates, who are all from […]

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Malta H turns orange

In its concern for continuous innovation, the National Brewery of Haiti also gives Malta H a new label. Cream and orange are the new colors adopted by this drink to replace the red it had been wearing since 1976. This new mix of colors, text and ears of gold recalls the satisfaction of a light […]

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Local Haitian Organization Helps Expand Country’s Sorghum Value Chain

The USAID Local Enterprise and Value Chain Enhancement Project (LEVE) is helping to nurture the high-performing local organization, Papyrus S.A., to enable it to grow its business, and enter the challenging world of direct USAID funding. Today, Papyrus S.A. manages a six-year Brasserie Nationale d’Haiti (BRANA)/Heineken-led project, jointly funded by USAID-Haiti and the Inter-American Development […]

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USAID: Creating Jobs to Create a Brighter Future

The USAID Local Enterprise and Value Chain Enhancement (LEVE) Project and USAID Haiti are working to facilitate more productive and inclusive value chains that will contribute to broad-based economic growth and create jobs.   Haiti’s garment sector accounts for 90% of Haiti’s total exports and is the country’s second foreign exchange earner after remittances. The sector employs […]

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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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