|Arrondissements of Haiti||Léogâne|
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The village suffered damage during the 2010 Haiti earthquake. The school, just built in 2002, was destroyed. Plans are underway to restore it.
The village has a parochial elementary school, Our Lady of Perpetual Help.[NB 1]
The school was founded by Father Anis Yves on October 5, 2002. Digicel contributed the school and furnishings. It also supported teachers salaries in 2008. It is a privately funded community school operating with the approval of the Ministry of Education. It is under the guidance of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Port-au-Prince.
It teaches grades K-7. Food is contributed during the school year.
There are 273 students, 105 boys and 93 girls. There are nine teachers.
There is a board of appointed directors.
The village has no electricity and no potable water.
It receives its mail through Petit-Goâve.
- Literally: "Ecole Notre-Dame de Perpetuel Secours"
- "Notre-Dame de Perpetuel Secours School, Durissy, West Department". Digicelhaitifoundation.org. 2007-10-09.
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