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Moving to PAP in March - Advice re: Children

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pittawithcheese
1/23/2015 01:21 EST

I am moving to Port-au-Prince in March to work with an NGO. I am British.

I would like to rent an apartment or a house - does anyone have any advice on local agencies that I can get in-touch with?

I would like to rent a private residence and not a house-share.

Also, I would like to bring my children with me after a while. They are aged 5years and 3 years. Does anyone have any advice on how to hire a Nanny in PAP...?

All replies appreciated.

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Lifecoach4u
1/23/2015 16:35 EST

We have two missions in Haiti plus family currently residing in Haiti with contacts and resources that may help. My email is
I just returned to the USA last Friday and plan to be back in Mid March. The very best I wish you!

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diqui
1/24/2015 18:16 EST

Hi! I live in pap since December and moved here with my 4yo; I also work for a small NGO. Email me and I can give you some hints if you want based on your budget, kids school plan, NGO location etc.

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Josue
1/27/2015 12:18 EST

Yes I can help you out. I have a Realestate agency in Haiti, I have Houses, Appartments for rent, I can also provided to you a Nanny who can speak english with good experience.


My name is Josue Theodore. Tel: 47160660, 175020754
Email:

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Josue
2/4/2015 13:52 EST

hello,

my name is Josue Theodore, I have a Realestate Agency in haiti and I can Help you finding a Nice House furnished with swimmingpool if you want and a Nanny for your children,

here's my contact infos:


Josue Theodore
Realestate Agent
Tel: 47160660, 6175020754
Email:


Thanks

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RandyChabot
7/4/2017 20:44 EST

I saw your post and was wondering how you are doing in Haiti. I travel back and forth to the US every couple of months and am looking for English speaking people to interact with. Randy

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