Submitted by: Ryan Cherlin When a Haitian says, Dèyè mòn gen mòn, they mean to say, as you solve one problem there is always another that must also be solved. Driving through the densely populated city of Port-au-Prince I wondered how many times this old proverb was the subject of conversation this past year. In [...]
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One hundred and fifty newly trained masons successfully graduated a joint USAID/KATA and CEMEX program. The public-private partnership between USAID/KATA and CEMEX, a building materials company, provided training to young people living in poor neighborhoods on how to create quality masonry blocks. Of 150 graduates, 75 of them are people living with or affected by HIV/AIDS.