Digicel Group founder and chairman Denis O’Brien (left), School Principal Isaac Césaire (center) and Haiti Minister of National Education and Vocational Training Nesmy Manigat (right) cut the ribbon in November on the 150th school the telecom company built in Haiti. The school is located on the northern outskirts of the capital near Saut d’eau.
Digicel Group founder and chairman Denis O’Brien (left), School Principal Isaac Césaire (center) and Haiti Minister of National Education and Vocational Training Nesmy Manigat (right) cut the ribbon in November on the 150th school the telecom company built in Haiti. The school is located on the northern outskirts of the capital near Saut d’eau. Ludmillo Pierre Courtesy of Digicel Group
Digicel Group founder and chairman Denis O’Brien (left), School Principal Isaac Césaire (center) and Haiti Minister of National Education and Vocational Training Nesmy Manigat (right) cut the ribbon in November on the 150th school the telecom company built in Haiti. The school is located on the northern outskirts of the capital near Saut d’eau. Ludmillo Pierre Courtesy of Digicel Group

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