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Hope for Haiti

After the Jan. 12, 2010 earthquake, the IDB pledged to provide Haiti more than $2.2 billion in grants over the next decade to fund its recovery efforts and long-term development plans. The Bank also cancelled all of Haiti’s outstanding debt and converted undisbursed loan balances into grants. Since the earthquake the IDB has approved $735.5 million in new grants and disbursed $501.9 million for Haiti.

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    The answer my friend is shining in the sun

    The video shows the impact of sustainable energy technologies like solar photovoltaic panels and solar powered street lights in rural clinics and low-income settlements repectively; and provides evidence of how access to energy can change and improve the quality of lives.
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The IDB in Haiti

Representative:
Eduardo Marques Almeida
Telephone:
(509) 2812-5000
Fax: (509) 2812-5048
E-mail: BIDHaiti@iadb.org

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