Date: 04 mai 2016
Par Ethzard Cassagnol
Des individus se livrent à l’abattage des arbres, dans la Forêt des pins (Fonds-Verrettes), pour la construction anarchique de maisons, entre autres, d’après des informations recueillies par AlterPresse.
The Caracol Industrial Park forced 4,000 Haitians from their land using earthquake reconstruction money. Nine years after the earthquake, farmers organised and negotiated a package of land and jobs.
The ninth anniversary of Haiti’s devastating earthquake in 2010 holds new meaning for the nearly 4,000 people forced from their land to make way for the Caracol Industrial Park.
WASHINGTON — Nine years after a devastating earthquake ravaged Haiti, a group of Haitian farmers won a settlement with the Inter-American Development Bank and the Haitian government after demonstrating they were adversely impacted by a bank-financed industrial park built on land seized in 2011.