Here is a picture of Former Minister of Sports Magalie Adolphe Racine as she is making a bid to run for Deputy of Mirebalais and Boucan Carre
Ms. Magalie Adolphe Racine, the former Minister of Youth, Sports and Civic, has submitted her nomination to run for the post of Deputy of Mirebalais and Boucan Carre on behalf of Repons Klas Mwayen (The Middle Class Response) party. She is a former deputy of Abel Descolines, a leading member of the Martelly administration, Parliamentarians for Stability and Progress (PSP) bloc of the 49th legislature. She has served as an adviser and the chief of protocol to the First Lady Sophia Martelly. Her mother was a notorious "tonton makout. In 1963, she became chief commandant of Port-au-Prince. Magalie has a background in the fashion and modeling industry. She is a beauty trainer, former supermodel and an active entrepreneur in organizing fashion shows in Haiti.
Here is a picture of several children neatly dressed in school in the region of Boucan Carre.
Before 2004, the town of Boucan Carre did not have much in term of facilities such as schools and others.
Thanks to the work of many outreach organizations all over the world, it now has a few schools and a church built by outreach and aid programs in Haiti.
Deputy Abel Descollines from Mirebalais-Boucan Carré gave an ultimatum to President Michel Martelly. He declared yesterday that the government must hold election in 2014 and that if he doesn't, he himself will join the opposition against him. After two years of delay, if this does not take place, the government will be forced to resign
Here is a picture of a Sapodilla Fruit in Boucan Carre, Haiti. The region is ideal for many exotic fruits and vegetables.
Also known as Manilkara zapota, but commonly known in the region of Boucan Carre as sapodilla. This fruit originated from southern Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean.
Sapodilla can become a big tree, growing to more than 98 ft tall
Sapodilla fruit is a large ellipsoid berry, containing two to five seeds. It has a sweet, malty flavor. The unripe fruit is hard to the touch, with high amounts of saponin
Mairie de Boucan Carre - Mayor. The town of Boucan Carre has a few infrastructures.
The telecommunications company, Digicel, provide telephone services in the region.
A bridge is being constructed over the Fonds D'Enfer River to provide access to the rest of the region. The main activity in Boucan carre is on Friday which is the official market day in this municipality of Boucan-Carre. Merchants from neighboring towns spend the day there. Crowds of people and many motorbikes amidst a few vehicles.
Here is a picture of a fish farm in the town of Boucan Carre. This is a new way in Haiti. Haiti is a country so plentiful with water but it offers so little income to fisherman. Fish Farming just like this one in Boucan Carre is expected to provide more income to the fishermen in the region.
Fish farming is one of the most viable options available for quickly restoring relative prosperity to small fish farmers in Boucan Carre and other parts of Haiti. By increasing fish farming, fish farmers can help to fight poverty in Haiti
Here is a picture of the Depite of Mirebalais and Boucan Carre, Mr. Abel Descolines.
Abel Descollines is the youngest member of the 34-year AVNI party. He is also a member of the Grouping of Parliamentarians for Change, a component of the "functional majority" in the room was more scathing.
The town of Boucan-Carre is located in the Mirebalais arrondissement in the Haitian department of Centre.
With a population estimated to be around 48,700 people, Boucan-Carre is considered to be a municipality in the central region of Haiti. Its exact location lies within the coordinates; 18°58'0? North and 72°12'0? West. The town has altitude at 297 meters above sea level. Boucan-Carre is further subdivided into 3 communal sections. They are: Duffailly, Petite Montagne and Les Bayes.