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Map of the city of
 
Petite Rivière Artibonite

 

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Map of Commune
  Petite Rivière Artibonite

  

  Boundaries of Commune   
  Petite Riviere Artibonite
    
to the north by Marchand   
     south by La Chapelle,
     east by Maissade, 
     west  by Saint Marc


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Commune Petite 

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Riviere Artibonite in a

274.65miles
135,000
18,000
Rivatibonitians
Rice, Beans, Coffee, Corn, Cacao



Nutshell  - Curtesey
 

    Rural Sections:  

 





of City Hall


Bas Cousin I
Bas Cousin II
Labady
Savane à Roche 
Pérodin
Médor

 






 


          Needs of Petite Rivière Artibonite

          1- Electrification of the streets of the city of Petite Rivière
          2
- Renovation of two schools:
                    Louis Lamartinière
                    Notre Dame de Fatima (en cours)
          3- Support for the existing vocational
                    school  in  the city  
          4- Sanitation
          5- Irrigation
          6- Street Identification
                    (accomplished by ARENY in association with CORPRA & ARRC)
          7- Restoration of our historical monuments
                    a- Fort Crête-à-Pierrot was the theatre of the famous March 24, 1802  
                        battle among others that led to Haiti 's independence from France  
                        in 1804. This historical monument is not  properly maintained.
                    b-
365 door Palace, once the pride of every Rivartibonitian, was built
                        in 1816 by King Henri Christophe. This buiding is slowly dying. The
                        relocation of government offices to the newly constructed building
                        facilities has transformed the 365 doors Palace in an empty lot, 
                        leaky roof, and watery soaked walls.

          8- Restoration of the region roads
                     Especially from Kafou Pèy to the city of Petite Rivière. Once the roads
                     paved, tourism can be a good source of revenue for  Commune Petite  
                     Rivière Artibonnite. If our historical monuments are well maintained, in
                     addition to Nan Sikret and the Artibonite river, we can sell Petite Rivière
                     to neighboring schools, vacation clubs, and churches etc. Guided tours
                     of the city can be arranged. This will infuse funds in the local economy.
 

 

SUPPORT THE VOCATIONAL SCHOOL OF PETITE RIVIERE ARTIBONITE

Please send your contributions by Unitransfer or CAM
to:
Father Maurice Christophe
Presbytère Petite Rivière Artibonite
Rue Vernet # 1, Petite Rivière Artibonite  - HT4110

If you're a Unitransfer customer, please deposit your contributions
to this Unibank account: 100-2016-999870

Thank you for your generosity

mauricechristophe2@hotmail.com

 

     Haiti's Territorial Divisions
     Haiti is divided into:  9 Administrative Regions or Departments 41 Districts or
          Arrondissements 135 Urban Centers or Communes

     The Urban Center or Commune, which is the smallest of the territorial divisions,
     is comprised of:
               the city,
               the suburban areas,
               the rural sections.
     The Urban Center is autonomous and administrated by a Mayor.

     The District or Arrondissements is made of several urban centers or communes,
     and the Administrative Region or Department is made of several districts or
     arrondissements.

     District or  Arrondissements of  Dessalines
     Urban Centers or Communes
        1- Dessalines
        2- Petite Riviere Art.
            6 Rural sections
                 1-  Bas Cousin I
                 2-  Bas Cousin II
                 3-  Labady
                 4-  Médor
                 5- Pérodin
                 6- Savane à Roche
        3- Grande Saline
        4- Desdunes

     

      

 


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