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Date: Fri, 17 Nov 1995 01:02:34 GMT
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From: Rich Winkel <rich@pencil.math.missouri.edu>
Organization: PACH
Subject: HAITI: UPDATE (Nov.8, 1995)
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** Topic: HAITI: UPDATE (Nov.8, 1995) **
** Written 11:29 AM Nov 9, 1995 by ilophaiti in cdp:reg.carib **

The Environment Ministry: plan of action

From the International Liaison Office for President Jean-Bertrand Aristide, 17 November 1995

Haiti was once among the richest and most productive colonies of the continent. Today, however, Haiti must organize an intensive campaign to overcome the devastation and deforestation caused by centuries of exploitation and neglect. What follows is the Environment Ministry's Plan of Action for the Environment for the 1995/96 fiscal year.

  1. Reduce the drain on wood resources by urban consumers. Develop and implement policies of promotion, such as:
  2. Support the territorial collectives in the installation of an urban sanitary system by promoting and coordinating the following:
  3. Develop the watersheds, promoting and coordinating in the following areas:
  4. Establish foundations for ecological tourism through measures such as:
  5. Other essential points on environmental education are:
  6. Institutional strengthening will consist of, among other things: