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Slideshow on the Our Border Program

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This is the slideshow that I use during my presentation of the work that we are doing to create opportunities along the Haitian-Dominican border.

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Slideshow on the Our Border Program

  1. 1. 2003-present
  2. 2. Why is the Haitian-Dominican Border important?
  3. 8. Frontera Ouanaminthe – Dajabón, 1984. Dajabón Ouanaminthe
  4. 9. Frontera Ouanaminthe – Dajabón, 2004. Dajabón Ouanaminthe
  5. 15. <ul><li>Art. 7. — Se declara de supremo y permanente interés nacional el desarrollo económico y social del territorio de la República a lo largo de la línea fronteriza, así como la difusión de la cultura y la tradición religiosa del pueblo dominicano. </li></ul>
  6. 19. PADF-OAS SIX YEARS OF COLLABORATION
  7. 30. Impact
  8. 32. Strengthening Women´s Groups in Pedernales Carmen Matos, Campo de Aviación Nuevo . Grameen Methodology; USD$100 539 women granted with s-loans; 1,348 indirect beneficiaries. 1,703,500 s-loans given for: agriculture; livestock raising & micro-businesses. Trainings (leadership, accounts, HIV-AIDS –youngsters network –, …) Margarita Nolasco, Barrio Savica
  9. 42. FOSTERING COOPERATION FOR PRODUCTIVE INVESTMENTS ON THE HAITI/DOMINICAN REPUBLIC BORDERS OAS/MIF
  10. 44. COMPONENT 1: STRENGTHENING AND COLLABORATION OF LOCAL PRODUCTIVE GROUPS IN THE BORDERLANDS
  11. 53. COMPONENT 2. CROSS BORDER COMMERCE-RELATED CONFLICT MITIGATION
  12. 58. COMPONENT 3. DISSEMINATION OF THE PROJECT RESULTS (PROMOTING A CHANGED ATTITUDE TOWARDS THE BORDER)
  13. 63. THE NEXT CHALLENGES
  14. 68. Identifying border priorities
  15. 69. Gracias

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