Haiti Road Construction - RN3 from Hinche to St Raphael to begin soon

Construction will begin soon on Haiti Route Nationale #3 (RN3), on the stretch or road linking Hinche (Centre) to St Raphael (Nord)...

Unpaved Dirt Road in Haiti

Prime Minister Jack Guy Lafontant and European Development Commissioner Neven Mimica signed a 45.3 million Euros agreement on Thursday at the National Palace for the construction of the road.

Construction is due to begin by May 2017, the work will be done by Haitian firm Vorbe et Fils and the French firm Razel BEC. work is supposed to be completed in 24 months.

The construction of this stretch of road is overdue. finishing this road will link Haiti Centre department to the North reducing the time it takes for northern residents to reach capital Port-au-Prince.

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Patrick Princivil Bonjour tout zanmim yo! Mwen sinyalé nou kém pa désidé fè politik ankò, mwen préféré plis... see more
Reply · April 24 at 12:25 PM
Walner Ye that's great but what about from gonaive to north west department what they going to do for it. RE: Haiti Road Construction - RN3 from Hinche to... see more
Reply · April 21 at 1:16 PM

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