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Ravine Pintade, Haiti

"Katye Project" is a rehabilitation project in the neighborhood of Ravine Pintade in Port-au-Prince. The neighborhood was severely damaged in the earthquake of 2010. The U.S government in association with CHF International and Project Concern International (PCI), a representative of the Haitian government, has completed the $8.5 million rehabilitation project. CHF is a non-profit international organization which was originally founded in 1952 as Cooperative Housing Foundation but changed its name to Global Communities. "Katye Project" is a good example on successful use of international fund on a collaborative neighborhood reconstruction project. The project was appropriately named "Katye"--which means 'neighborhood' in Creole. The completion of the project marked a new beginning for the victims of Ravine Pintade.

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