Lapin invited to the Sena...

17 April 2019
Lapin invited to the Senate before Easter

The appointed Prime Minister, Jean Michel Lapin, made his first steps towards the Primature, as...

Lapin denounces guerrilla...

17 April 2019
Lapin denounces guerrilla war in shanty towns

The state is facing a war in several regions, said Prime Minister Jean Michel Lapin...

Prime Minister Rabin lays...

16 April 2019
Prime Minister Rabin lays his pieces in the Senate of the Republic

On Monday, April 15, 2019, strapped in a gray suit, the Prime Minister deposited a...

The FAd'H of the Jovenel...

16 April 2019
The FAd'H of the Jovenel Moses era are growing and strengthening...

From 150 soldiers, the Armed Forces of Haiti (FAd'H) grew to a strength of 400...

Anse-à-Veau (Ansavo en créole haïtien)

Anse-à-Veau (Ansavo in Haitian Creole) is a port city located in the department of Nippes of Haiti. The town is the capital of the district of Anse-à-Veau.

The town has a population of 31,477 inhabitants1 (census estimate of 2009)
The town of Anse-à-Veau was founded in 1721 and became a municipality in the same year.

The town consists of communal sections:

     Baconnois-Grand-Fond (including the district "Baconnois"), 1st section of the town
     Grande-Rivière-Joly, 2nd section of the town
     O'Rouck Falls-de-Baril (including the area of the "Barrel"), the third section of the town

The local economy is based on the cultivation of coffee, sugar cane, lime, orange and cotton.


     Fabre Geffrard (Anse-à-Veau, 1806 - Kingston, 1878), President of the Republic of Haiti from 1859 to 1867.
     Laurent Casimir, born May 8, 1928 at the Anse-à-Veau and died in 1990, painter.
     Fred Edson Lafortune, born July 31, 1982 in Anse à Veau, POET.

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