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Saturday, July 07, 2007 

ODA, Community and Infrastructure Development for Haiti
And straight from Canada, CIDA (The Canadian International Development Agency) has just approved a US$16.5 million grant that will be applied to the upgrading of infrastructures in Haiti, with an aim toward the strengthening of inclusive participation in community development projects for local populations. More >>>

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