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Severe power rationing in Haiti

Monday, January 16, 2006

The year 2006 started in Port-au-Prince, Haiti's capital, under the sign of the blackout.
Except for the zones known as priority, some districts of the metropolitan area of Port-au-Prince get electricity only two hours every three days. The luckiest districts receive it two hours per day.
The main cause of this severe rationing is linked with the inability of the national electricity company (ED'H) to obtain fuel supplies.
The electricity company has faced difficulties since February 2005. That marked the end of an emergency subsidy of twenty-seven million dollars coming from the United States Agency International Aid (USAID).
Customer demand varies between 80 and 150 megawatts.But currently ED'H has only 30 to 40 megawatts at its disposal.

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WMMwW3 Thanks a lot for the blog article. Fantastic.
By suba suba @ New York
Thursday, November 7, 2019

NlYnN5 Really informative post.Much thanks again. Much obliged.
By matzcrorkz @ New York
Tuesday, August 5, 2014

I wrote this reply to you.this is the same Lincoln that make you laugh about wearing the high heel shoes in Jamaica. Remember now! That article is not on line now, but you will remember and know the difference.
By Lincoln @ Canada/Gods Land 

Friday, January 27, 2006

Lincoln, Did you swicth form "God's Land" to "North America or maybe it's another Lincoln. Now it will be difficult for some readers to distinguish who is who. That's easy, the other Lincoln talks "trashy".
By spirit @ NEW YORK, NY 

Friday, January 27, 2006

Power Cut In Haiti
Dont waste your breath Spirit, America wont do much to help any black people or country. Look how the Hurricane in "New Orleans" showed up RACISM in America, we should all learn from that. If they did not help their own people quickly, will they help outsiders? or I should say, Yes! They will send them back on a Boat or walk on them whem they are in the dark. Haiti dont have any natrual resources that America needs now, so why bother. America dont help you unless you have something to offer. It is not surprising to me, are you?
By Lincoln @ North America 

Thursday, January 26, 2006

This is teribble, knowing the war that is going on in Haiti. People need light to see (eventhough dangers are there with the light). The USA can give way more than that; also what about the rest of the countries in the world. Are USA really the richest country there is (joke). You always hear of the USA; if other countries are helping they too need to acknowledge more often as well.
By spirit @ NEW YORK, NY 

Saturday, January 21, 2006

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