Haiti: Paved Roads All The Way To The Most Remote Border Town

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Patrice says...

I have no comment really. You have already said it all. Beautifully said. more »

Paul says...

Isn't it a shame that we have to hire dominican companies for constructions of roads, bridges or ports, while the unemployment rate is so high in... more »

Erick Dorisca says...

It's Time we put more effort to build a country that stood out among the other countries at a time Haiti was the place to visit we need to build the... more »

Miejo says...

HAITI ZE KWAZE AVAN PRESIDENT MARTELLY, KOUMAN POU KOLE YON ZE KWAZE, SE BAGAY ENPOSIB... KONSA YON KOQ BON PLIMAJ, AK YON POUL BON RAS METE YO... more »

Wndy says...

allowing anyone to build business or to invest in Haiti, wont help the country unless thoses businesses start getting taxed that is the only way... more »

Jerry says...

Don't forget we need to create a pay toll booth system to maintain these roads. How about 50 gourdes for car and 150 gourdes for those big speeding... more »

Marie Valcy says...

I just got back from Haiti and i truly enjoyed my visit but in my mind i was thinking the whole time i was there (it would have been better if all... more »

Molliere Exavier Anneus says...

I would love to start my comment by asking a simple question? kisa ayisyen itil ayiti? kisa system education ayisyen itil peyi a? Now, I don't think... more »