M panse ni youn ni lot pa beneficiant en Haiti a cause de...

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M panse ni youn ni lot pa beneficiant en Haiti a cause de corruption.

Ke se concrete, ke se asphalt contractors Haitians ap cut corner pou yo fe maximun profit.

JUST gade en comparaison in troncon route ke Estrella fe ak youn VF fe?

Depi sou epesseur Alphat la de ja we kiyes ki pral Kraze avan.

En pense Juska prezan wap jwen troncon route (asphalt ou bien contrete) en Haiti ki tw fet par compagnie etranger ki roujou la ...Compayi tankou Colas kite fe route National yo..

Leu wap gade epesseu Beton neg yo ap mete ate kom route...se bagay pou ta rit men li triste pito

Jacobin, April 1 2014, 11:59 PM

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concrete is better also it swallows the water aftet the rain. read more >
Garry, 1-Apr-14 11:33 pm
M panse ni youn ni lot pa beneficiant en Haiti a cause de corruption. Ke se concrete, ke se asphalt contractors Haitians ap cut corner pou yo fe... read more >
Jacobin, 1-Apr-14 11:59 pm
Unfortunately I responded directly from the first line of your text. Then I read the rest of the rest of the text and I notice that I said almost... read more >
Gerard, 2-Apr-14 12:42 am
My grandfather, F. Henry Berlin, who was an and American civil engineer, in partnership with John C. Marsh, built the concrete roads in Port Au... read more >
Carswell Berlin, 10-Jul-17 11:06 am
Concrete is the way to when it comes to roads in a town. Not only it is better when carrying load in tension, it gives the people who lives there a... read more >
Elmagno, 14-Jul-17 7:16 pm
Whatever materials that are available at best price. With so much to do, so much to repair, everything and anything that's being done should be... read more >
Asnath Colson, 15-Jul-17 1:44 pm
i came across your grandfather's name while researching the "United Haiti Corporation" c.1904 - 1920s? i really don't know what happened with... read more >
Bob Eskind, 25-Apr-18 10:15 pm

 

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