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On the Earthquake Anniversary: Haiti Blasted Once Again | Haiti Chery


On the Earthquake Anniversary: Haiti Blasted Once Again | Haiti Chery: Within two weeks, vast plantations of millet had been ravaged in Haiti’s Center Department, quite far from Petit-Go�ve and near to the Dominican Republic. Affected towns included Ma�ssade, Hinche, Thomassique, and Thomonde, all of them in the country’s notoriously fertile Central Plateau. Ironically, the blight happened close to the county office of MARNDR in Hinche. According to farmer-agronomist Beaudler Louis, of MARNDR, “the millet leaves dried up, and their clusters were invaded by insects.” The agronomist said that he did not manage to save even a bunch of millet from his plantation of several hectares because the destruction happened in a “split second.”

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