Community complex in Canapé-Vert, Haiti

The Mayor of Port-au-Prince Mr. Joseph Richard Pierre Duplan, led Project Management 16/6 members as well as the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) in kicking off the foundation-laying ceremony for the building of a Community Complex in Canapé-Vert on Thursday. Canapé-Vert will be the 5th community complex after the ones in Nérette, Envy, Morne Hercule and Morne Lazare. Morne Lazare is however still under construction.


This construction is aimed at making a room available to the four community platform representatives that will enable them to converge and fulfill the many duties that have everything to do with their roles as leaders for the good of the community at large and at the same time making sure that they are performing well independently.

The anticipated Community Complex, when finished up, will accommodate the Board of Directors of Communal Sections. It will be fully furnished with office furniture as well as computers and other office equipment to ensure smooth running of activities and assist the leaders to carry out their everyday jobs.

While under the supervision of the City Council, it is expected that the Canapé-Vert community complex construction will take 3 months, starting on the 28th of July. It will be facilitated and sponsored by Haiti's UNDP branch through the 16/6 project. Once completed, it is expected to also host the Boards of Directors of Communal Sections (CASEC). It will also be outfitted with office furniture and computers to enable the completion of the daily jobs that will be the task of the community leaders.

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