Kay Pam Klere (electricity in my home) - Read the story of beneficiary Frantzy Monfilston, a teacher in Chansolme, Nord-Ouest Haiti
Access to Electricity in Haiti -- Frantzy Monfilston, a primary-school teacher in Chansolme (Port-de-Paix) Nord-Ouest Haiti, says that his home had no electricity for years, so his children were forced to finish their homework before sunset. But all that changed after Monfilston became a beneficiary of "Kay Pam Klere" (electricity in my home) in May 2017
Now Frantzy Monfilston can help his children finish their homework at night because there's electricity in the house.
What is Kay Pam Klere?
'Kay Pam Klere' or Electricity in My Home, is President Jovenel Moise's government initiative introduced in May 2017 to help bring electricity to an estimated 10,000 families in Haiti.
Watch this video and see for yourself what the people of Chansolme in Nord-Ouest Haiti are saying about Kay Pam Klere the Electricity in My Home program...
"I can safely say that the electrification program will result in remote-area dwellers feeling less left out," says Monfilston, whose family is one of 850 living in Chansolme who have benefited from the initiative.
Read the full story, In Haiti, solar panels key part of plan to bring electric power to remote areas from Public Radio International (PRI).
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