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Winners of Haiti’s Second Olympiad Skills Competition

We would like to congratulate all the winners and participants of the 2nd edition of the Construction Olympiad Skills Competition, which took place on November 11th and 12th, 2017 at the University of Quisqueya. They generously took their time to represent their vocational training schools and their respective trades. Join us to celebrate the talents, […]

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USAID LEVE Presents: Your Size

The USAID Local Enterprise and Value Chain Enhancement (LEVE) Project is assisting Your Size improve production capacity to increase sales growth. Your Size is a design firm specializing in high-end tailoring and the production of uniforms for the local Port-au-Prince market. Its unique pieces are conceived, designed, cut, and handcrafted in Haiti, by local employees […]

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Haiti’s Olympiad Competition – Celebrating Vocational Skills

On November 11 and 12, the second edition of the vocational skills competition – Olympiades des Métiers 2017 – was held at Quisqueya University. This year’s event was sponsored by the national order of engineers and architects (CNIAH), along with support from the Haiti national institute of vocational training (INFP), and USAID’s Local Enterprise and […]

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DIY Network & Skills USA’s Kayleen McCabe Visits Vocational Schools in Port-au-Prince, Haiti

Our Second Skills Competiton special guest Kayleen McCabe visits vocational schools J.B. Damier, Centre de Technologie Moderne d’Haiti (CETEMOH), Ecole Professionnelle Saint-Joseph Artisan (EPSJA) and Canado Technique in the capital city of Port-au-Prince, Haiti to promote trades and the Second Skills Competition in Haiti. J.B. Damier Centre de Technologie Moderne d’Haiti (CETEMOH) Ecole Professionnelle Saint-Joseph Artisan (EPSJA) […]

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Kayleen McCabe visits vocational schools in Cap-Haitien

Our special guest Kayleen McCabe visits vocational schools Ecole Professionnelle du Cap-Haitien (EPCH), Ecole Professionnelle Saint-Esprit (EPSE) and Fondation Vincent (FV) in the city of Cap-Haitian in Haiti’s Northern Department to promote trades and the Second Skills Competition in Haiti. Ecole Professionnelle du Cap-Haitien (EPCH)   Ecole Professionnelle Saint-Esprit (EPSE) Fondation Vincent (FV)

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DIY Network & Skills USA’s Kayleen McCabe Visits Haiti’s Construction Sector Firms and Stakeholders

Kayleen McCabe, licensed contractor, key member of Skills USA and speaker at World Skills in 2016, and world famous TV star of DIY Network’s “Rescue Renovation”. meets with lead firms and stakeholders in Haiti’s Construction Sector to discuss the importance of trade professionals, the demands of the market and their roles in supporting the Second […]

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Olympiades des Métiers 2017 Skills Competition November 11-12, 2017

The Collège National des Ingénieurs et Architectes Haïtiens (National College of Haitian Engineers and Architects, (CNIAH) will launch, in collaboration with the National Institute of Vocational Training (INFP), Vocational Schools and USAID’s Local Enterprise and Value Chain Enhancement (LEVE) Project, the 2017 Olympiad des Métiers, 11-12 November 2017 at the campus of the University of […]

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Olympiads to Celebrate Haitian Competence

The CNIAH and the vocational schools adopt the skills competition of the major industrialized countries at the “Olympiades des Métiers 2017” that they are organizing in partnership with the INFP and the USAID LEVE Project, to promote and support the training programs in construction in Haiti. PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI (October 9, 2017) – The Collège National […]

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USAID LEVE Presents: WOMEN OF MILOT

The USAID Local Enterprise and Value Chain Enhancement (LEVE) Project is assisting Women of Milot improve production capacity to increase sales growth. Women of Milot Entrepreneurial Network (W.O.M.E.N.) is a women-led knitting co-op in Northern Haiti producing knitted product lines: aprons, pot holders, tote bags and more. Women of Milot provides training and materials to […]

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USAID LEVE Presents: SIMBI

The USAID Local Enterprise and Value Chain Enhancement (LEVE) Project  is assisting Simbi improve market exposure to expand line of resort wear. Simbi is designer and manufacturer of high quality, handcrafted accessories and fashion recognized for one-of-a-kind wearable art as well as its philanthropic efforts in bringing clean water to poor Haitians. Every piece is […]

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