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“If it is for another institution, they pay me 15,000 gourdes .” With these profits, Pierreman says he no longer aspires to work for the state.
But the trade was never as profitable as it is now.When he was 10, he used a traditional fishing method with a small basket and canoe. Now, the fishing industry in Anse-d’Hainault has advanced toward motorization.Pierreman can garner more fish and profits than ever to provide for his wife and 10 children.Wearing khaki pants, a beige T-shirt and a red cap, Pierreman attributes the development of fishing in Anse-d’Hainault to both an innovative man and the area’s ecology.Anse-d’Hainault, a municipality and district in Haiti’s Grand’Anse department, sits close to a large canal with a continental plateau that draws many species of ocean life. The man local fishermen credit for the modernization of the fishing industry is Georges Simon, mayor of Anse-d’Hainault since 1995 and an aquaculture entrepreneur.