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  • Support  to  the  Ministry  of  Tourism  in   developing  Northern  destination  
  •     RATIONALE   OBJECTIVE   STRATEGY   TARGET   OWNERSHIP   BENEFICIARIES   EXPECTED  RESULTS           GENERAL  POINTS  
  •     The  north  of  the  country  cannot   sustain  tourism  with  only  visits  of   monuments.   There  is  a  need  for  a  more  inclusive   development  of  Tourism  by  involving   local  communities   Experience  it,  the  baseline,  as  a  moto   to  have  the  tourists  experience  all   what  Haïti  has  to  offer:  culture,   seaside,  culinary  specialties,  crafts  etc.   RATIONALE  
  •     Establish  a  Creative  Village  with  three   scopes:   -­‐ Be  a  touristic  Experience:  crafts,   cassava,  rhum  etc.   -­‐ Be  a  day  to  day  business  center  where   local  communities  purchase  and  sell   goods  and  services   -­‐ Be  a  training  center  in  skills  and   entrepreneurship  for  the  local   community     OBJECTIVE  
  •   Establish  within  the  Village  workshops:     -­‐ Cassava  making   -­‐ Distillery   -­‐ Textile  products   -­‐ Light  Jewelery   -­‐ Wood  handicrafts   -­‐ Papier  Maché     OBJECTIVE  
  •   The  strategy  will  be  based  in  the  model   UNIDO  uses  in  the  Creative  Industries  i.e.:   -­‐ Setup  of  a  Business  Growth  Center:  sort   of  hub  for  trainings,  show-­‐room  and  in   this  case  a  part  could  be  the  restaurant.   -­‐ Connection  of  the  Village  with  the   Pedagogic  sector  (Office  National  de   ,  Ecole  Nationale  des  Arts)  and   Private  Sector.   STRATEGY  
  •   The  strategy  will  be  based  in  the  model   UNIDO  uses  in  the  Creative  Industries  i.e.:   -­‐ Creation  of  an  Image  Bank  of  the  various   symbolic  representations  of    Cap  Haitian   (connection  with  ISPAN,  Bureau  National   ).     -­‐ Setup  the  quality  standards  of  the  Made   in  Haiti  brand  for  the  Cassava  and  Rhum.     STRATEGY  
  •     -­‐ Local  Comunities  that  are  at  the  same   time  consumers  (cassava  bread,   distillery)  and  actors  (producers  and   craftman.   -­‐ Labadie  cruise:   -­‐ From  137  boats  in  2010  to  160  in  2014   -­‐ 600,000  tourists  /  year   -­‐ A  first  target  10%  of  the  previous  total/   year  to  spillover  Cap  Haitien  and  the   Creative  Village  (i.e.  5,000  tourist/month)   TARGET  
  •       The  project  will  ensure  a  strong   ownership  by  the  national  authorities  in   order  to  integrate  the  promotion  of  this   pilot  experience  at  a  national  and   regional  level  and,  potentially,  replicate   the  project  experience  on  a  wider  scale.     OWNERSHIP  
  •   The  project  will  directly  benefit  to  the   community  of  Milot  by  integrating  the   local  artisans  to  their  unique  cultural   heritage  as  well  as  being  an  enabler  for   manioc  and  sugar  cane  farmers  to  plant   more  so  as  to  use  the  Cassaverie  and  the   Distillery  of  the  Creative  Village  for   processing  and  sales.     Moreover,  the  project  will  provide   trainings  of  trainers  as  an  initial  phase   and  the  Business  Growth  Center  will   sustain  these  trainings  after  the  end  of   the  project.   BENEFICIARIES  
  •   1. Setup  of  the  Infrastructure  and   processing  workshops  of  the  creative   village   2. Trainings  in  crafts  and  food  processing   conducted   3. Trainings  in  Entrepreneurship  (basic   marketing,  basic  finance)  conducted   4. Preparation  for  the  quality  label:   made  in  Haïti  completed     5. Dissemination  of  results  to  all   stakeholders   EXPECTED  RESULTS  
  •     TOURISM  &  EXPERIENCE     THE  IDEA  BEHIND     THE  CRAFT  VILLAGE     TECHNICAL  DETAILS           SPECIFIC  POINTS  
  •   Artisanal   tradition   represents   regional   and   local   creativity.   Its   richness   and   uniqueness   are   expressed   in   the   difference   of   techniques,  materials  and  formal  systems.  It  is  the  interpreter  of   history  and  culture  and  reflects  the  positive  characteristics  of  the   local  reality.     Enhancing  the  physical  and  intangible  manifestations  of  artisanal   tradition   in   the   different   tourism   destinations   constitutes   a   strategic   option   to   create   competitive   advantages   and   differentiate   a   destination   from   the   competition.   It   also   contributes  to  the  achievement  of  the  sustainable  and  responsible   of  a  new  kind  of  tourism  that  generates  opportunities  and  wealth   among  local  populations  and  assists  in  the  preservation  of  cultural   heritage.   TOURISM  &  EXPERIENCE  
  •   The  craft  village  will  be  one  stop  destination  in  the  route  between  the   port  of  Labadee  and  the  Historic  Parc  of  Sans  Souci  &  Citadelle.  There,   tourism  and  entrainment  will  match  with  the  Haitian  cultural  creativity.     Innovation   and   knowledge   will   work   for   a   sustainable     development   project.  Compared  to  the  very  small  historical  sites  in  other  islands  of   the   Caribbean   where   cruise   lines   usually   take   tourists,   the   Citadelle   Laferrière  (sometimes  considered  the  eighth  wonder  of  the  world)  and   the   Sans-­‐Souci   Palace   are   far   and   away   larger   and   more   historically   instructive.       By  visiting  just  these  two  sites,  tourists  would  have  the  opportunity  to   learn  about  the  history  of  the  first  black  free  republic  in  the  world.   THE  IDEA  BEHIND  
  •   Crafts  and  culture  are  the  only  differential  today  that  distinguishes  country  &   regions.  Crafts  &  cultural  products    are  consumed  by  millions  of  people  all  over   the  globe  in  form  of  luxury,  ultra-­‐luxe,  still  they  face  hand  to  mouth  situation   and  are  bound  to  leave  their  traditional  work.       Modern  lifestyle  has  enabled  comfort  living  yet  vast  repertoire  of  knowledge   and   wisdom   that   sustained   and   nurtured   these   communities   are   fast   disappearing.  There  is  urgent  need  to  preserve  and  revitalize  these  crafts  and   contemporize  them.     This  crafts  village  aims  to  build  a  unique  set-­‐up  to  revive  traditional  skills  and   techniques  to  make  a  sustainable  living.  An  estimated  600.000  tourist  from  the   Cruise  circuit  are  the  Craft  Village  possible  clients.  A  good  part  of  the     inhabitants   find   the   craft   &   tourism   production   like   a   option   to   earn   a   livelihood.     THE  IDEA  BEHIND  
  •   The     Craft   Village   will   offers   trans-­‐ disciplinary  approach  to  improve  the  quality  of  life   of   Milot's   inhabitants   by   providing   touristic   services,   craft   training,   cooperative   production,   business  empowerment  and  product  development   through   design   training   /   workshops   on   regular   basis.   THE  IDEA  BEHIND  
  •   Generate  employment  and  income  to  the  communities  of  Milot  &  Cap  Haitien  area.   Realize  a  link  between  the  Historical  Park  of  la  Ferriere,  the  cruise  tourism  and  the   local  craft  production.   Prevent  loss  of  precious  skills  transferred  and  gained  over  thousands  of  years.   Create  a  strong  local  cultural  development  .   Contribute   to   preserve   the   local   environment   with   low   energy   consumption   project,  low  carbon  footprint,  and  using  natural  and  organic  materials.   Women  empowerment  and  livelihood.   Generate  a  business  culture  in  the  tourism  &  craft  activities   Preserve    historic  crafts  and  heritage   IMPACT  
  •   Every   one   of   the   spaces   of   the   Craft   Village  will  have  a  dual  function:  during   the   morning   will   works   as   touristic     demostration  areas  ,  the  rest  of  the  day   the   space   will   be   used   as   production   and  training  area.   For   example   the   restaurant   will   also   work  as  a  school  of  gastronomy,  as  well   the   ceramic   factory,   the   distillery,   the   cassaverie  and  the  rest  of  the  space,  as   a   school   of   ceramics,   alchool   and   derivate's  trainings  ,  etc..   DUAL  FUNCTION  
  •   Restaurant   Craft  Shop   Auditorium   Administration   Cutting  and  sewing  workshop   Silk  Screen  workshop   Papier  Maché  workshop   Natural  Jewellery  workshop   Business  Grow  Centre   AREAS     Brickyard   Distillery   Cassaverie   Ceramic  factory   Open  air  concert  hall  
  • The  Village  Areas:   Restaurant-­‐school  of  gastronomy  :  750m2     Craft  School  :  1500  m2   Business  Grow  Centre:  500m2   Brickyard  /  school:  750m2   Distillerie  /  school:  500  m2   Cassaverie  /  school:  250  m2   Shop  :  250m2   Welcome  area:  250m2   Administration:  250m2   Total  built-­‐up  area  :  5750m2   Green  space  and  gardens  :  14.000  m2   Open  concert  hall:  1000  m2   Tourist  parking:  1000  m2   Service  parking  :  500  m2   AREAS  
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  • ARCHITECTURE     The   architectural   project   is   inspired   on   traditional   Haitian   rural   home  ,  the  lakou  .   In  Haitian  Creole  ,  the  lakou  means  the  common  space  at  several   nearby   houses   where   resident   members   of   the   same   family,   gathered   around   the   house   of   the   patriarch.   Lakou   the   name   comes  from  "  the  court."  It  is  a  space  used  by  all  ,  where  are  the   places   of   everyday   life   such   as   kitchen,   latrine   ,   the   ancestral   tomb  or  temple  dedicated  to  the  loa  (  voodoo  spirit)  of  the  family.     The  lakou  can  take  different  forms  depending  on  whether  it  is  in  a   very   isolated   rural   area   or   near   a   city.   Today,   with   family     breakdown  and  fragmentation  of  land,  traditional  lakou  tends  to   disappear   to   give   way   to   small   patches   containing   a   single   detached  house  .  
  • ARCHITECTURE     The  buildings  will  be  made  according  to  the  models  of   antiseismic  and  antihurricanes  constructions  made  by   "entrepreneurs   du   monde"   and   approved   by   the   Haitian  governement.  These  buildings  (see  the  next  3   slides),   Gingerbread   kind,   respect   indeed   a   type   of   traditional   construction   with   the   addition   of   seismic   technology  and  the  use  of  recycled  materials     The   village   will   be   built   with   a   modular   structure   of   houses  of  250m2  (25x10  mtr).(to  be  defined  after  final   approval  with  all  the  counterparts)  
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  • LOGOTYPE:  ENGLISH  
  • LOGOTYPE:  FRENCH  
  • BILLBOARD  
  • BUS  STOP  ADVERT  
  • SHOPPING  BAGS  
  • SHOPPING  BAG  &  BOX  
  • T-­‐SHIRT  
  • BAG  
  • COFFE  BOX  TO  GO  
  • ESTIMATES   Estimated  cost:        $3,332,611     Included  in  the  cost   Building   Equipements   Trainings   Management  of  the  project    Support  Costs  (13%)   Excluded   Space   arrangement   (water,   sanitation,  electricity  etc)  
  • TIME  FRAME   3  YEARS  
  •     Ministry  of  Tourism,  Haïti.     Marlen  Bakalli   Project  Manager   m.bakalli@unido.org   CONTACT  INFORMATION