Pictures of Haiti
Look at this photo... College Canado Haitien (CCH)... This photo is the front of CCH before the 2010 Haiti earthquake
The Canado-Haitian College was established in Turgeau in 1969, during the earthquake it was destroyed.
Collège Canado-Haïtien was rebuild 3 years later with funding from Frères du Sacré-Coeur.
Haitians gamble a lot in BOTLETTE, lotto in Haiti. Here is a photo of a Pere Eternel LOTO Bank Bolet Haiti.
With few employment prospects, mouths to feed, and small businesses to manage, accumulating cash to invest in an enterprise, home, or education becomes a difficult task in Haiti. To address the need for cash, many Haitians turn to the borlette for the chance to win a transformational lump sum. Over 35,000 lottery stalls in almost every village in Haiti present the poor with a possibility of earning 10, 20 or 50 times their wager to convert insignificant amounts of money into meaningful capital. Many Haitians overlook steady losses of playing the borlette since that same system in fact generates cash. (humanitarianfutures.org)
Valerio Canez in Tabare Haiti is an company that sells Electrical Appliances, electric generators, and other electric and electronic equipments in haiti. Valerio Canez SA bears the name of it's founder, Valerio Canez, established in 1937 in downtown Port au Prince.
Valerio Canez was the General Electric's first international distributor for their electrical and household appliances.
Valerio Canez, the founder, died in 1975. the company has been managed by his sons, Leslie Canez in the early 1950 s, and Hilda Canez Auguste in the mid 1950's
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