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04 Oct 2012 description

In Lima, Peru:
Clara Ugarte Perrin, IFC
Phone: +511 611 2501
E-mail: Cugarteperrin@ifc.org

In Port-au-Prince, Haiti:
Rotchild Francois, Banque de la République
E-mail: rjfrancois@yahoo.com

20 Apr 2012 description

The January 2010 earthquake that devastated Haiti directly affected the infrastructure and personnel of the Ministry of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Rural Development (Ministere de l'Agriculture des Ressources Naturelles et du Developpement Rural, or MARNDR). It weakened the ministry's capacity to lead the economic recovery and food security improvements of the country, and set back research, innovation, and extension systems in the agricultural sector.

20 Sep 2010 description

In Washington:                  

Adriana Gómez, IFC
Phone: (202) 458-5204
E-mail: agomez@ifc.org

Ana Elisa Luna, World Bank/IDA
Phone: 202) 473-2907

19 May 2010 description

In Washington, D.C.:
Adriana Gómez
Phone: (202) 458 5204

19 May 2010 description

Sharon Marshall, Ph.D.
Tel: +1 2464311882
Email: marshsh@caribank.org

European Investment Bank:
Richard Willis,
Tel: +352 621 555758
Email: willis@eib.org

Nicoline van Slingelandt
Tel: +31 70314 9790
Email: N.van.Slingelandt@fmo.nl

Adriana Gomez
Tel: +1 202 4585204
Email: agomez@ifc.org

Benoît Verdeaux
Tel: +33 153443750

09 Mar 2010 description

Port-au-Prince, Haiti, March 9, 2009-IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, received board approval for a $35 million emergency investment program to help private companies restart operations and preserve and create jobs in Haiti, in the wake of the devastating earthquake that struck the country in January.

"IFC's emergency program aims to help rebuild Haiti's private sector companies and to support their role in the recovery process by creating or saving thousands of jobs," said IFC's CEO and Executive Vice President Lars Thunell.

19 Feb 2010 description

Washington, DC/ Port au Prince, Haiti, February 19, 2010 - IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, will invest 5.3 million Canadian dollars in Eurasian Minerals Inc to support the company's gold and copper exploration in Haiti and its other exploration work around the world. This investment reaffirms IFC's commitment to social and economic growth in Haiti.