Africa helps Haiti/ L’Afrique aide Haiti

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L’Afrique a répondu à l’appel de ces enfants en Haïti. Même le président de Sénégal, Abdoulaye Wade a invite  les haïtiens à venir s’installer dans la mère patrie. Voila d’autres articles qui montrent qu’il y a une solidarité africaine. Hort

The Haitian crisis has proved that African solidarity does exist. Even President Wade of Senegal offered Haitians free land and invited them to come and settle in his country. Hort

Africa helps Haiti/ L’Afrique aide Haiti


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HAITI: Africa lends a hand

NAIROBI, 17 January 2010 (IRIN) - Africa has not been left behind in the scramble to provide international assistance to Haiti.

The following is a list of aid contributions reportedly pledged by African governments in the wake of the 12 January earthquake.

South Africa – The government has announced a three-phase assistance package: deployment of doctors to a search and rescue team led by Rescue South Africa, a non-profit company; deployment of forensic pathologists to help identify bodies; provision of unspecified humanitarian aid in partnership with South African NGOs.

Rwanda - US$100,000, according to Rwanda’s New Times newspaper.

SenegalPresident Abdoulaye Wade has pledged free land to Haitians wishing to be “repatriated”, news agencies reported. Spokesman Mamadou Bemba Ndiaye was quoted as saying: "Senegal is ready to offer them parcels of land - even an entire region. It all depends on how many Haitians come.”

Liberia – Independent Star radio reported the government had contributed $50,000.

Nigeria – The 121-strong police contingent serving with the UN mission in Haiti is working with rescue teamsPort-au-Prince, according to This Day newspaper. The country’s Vice-President Goodluck Jonathan said in a statement: “As the international community mobilizes in aid of Haiti, it can count on Nigeria's support.”
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