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Cayes

(keɪ; French kaj)
n
(Placename) short for Les Cayes
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That is not easy Before visiting Cap-Haitian, I visited the city of Les Cayes, along Haiti's southern coast.
A schematic design for the School for Deaf Children facility in Les Cayes, Haiti, will be presented to the public during a critique session on Wednesday at the AIA Center for Architecture, at 403 N.W.
For years, Soffer had been quietly supporting an orphanage in Les Cayes, a southwestern Haitian city battered last year by Hurricane Matthew.
LES CAYES, Haiti, Safar 20, 1438, November 20, 2016, SPA -- Haiti holds a long-delayed presidential election on Sunday that its people hope will lift the economy after a devastating hurricane and more than a year of political instability, Reuters reported.
The American Red Cross has established a field office in Les Cayes, a Haitian coastal city devastated by the hurricane force winds as well as high rainfall and storm surge.
The demand for aid, food and shelter sparked violent scenes as police and peacekeepers Peacekeepers clash with fired tear gas to disperse a large crowd trying to intercept trucks carrying food near the town of Les Cayes as UN General Secretary Ban Ki-moon flew in.
"On 11 October, UN escort troops fired non-lethal ammunition to disperse crowds attempting to loot a humanitarian convoy in Les Cayes," said Dujarric, speaking before Thursday's protest.
The hurricane devastated Haiti, leaving at least 10,000 people in shelters and causing catastrophic damage to the southern coastal town of Les Cayes.
In Haiti, authorities have been going door-to-door in the cities of Les Cayes and Jeremie to make sure people are aware of the storm.
falciparum in Haiti was continuous during 2006-2009 by the Haitian Group for the Study of Kaposi's Sarcoma and Opportunistic Infections (GHESKIO) at 9 healthcare centers in the municipalities of Jeremie, Jacmel, Les Cayes, Miragoane, Cap-Haitien, Deschappelles, Port-au-Prince, Fort-Liberte, and Port-dePaix.