Archive for October, 2016

This group knows what Haiti needs most

October 31, 2016
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This group knows what Haiti needs most

David J. Neal, Miami Herald Pestel, Haiti – — Helping Haiti after Hurricane Matthew can be a Herculean ordeal. That’s true for Coconut Creek, Fla.-based Food for the Poor, despite being permanently on the ground in the country with the largest of its satellite offices. But, by scale, the natural disaster was manageable compared...
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Haiti’s Ministry of Health takes action to control cholera in areas affected by Hurricane Matthew

October 31, 2016
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Haiti’s Ministry of Health takes action to control cholera in areas affected by Hurricane Matthew

The Haitian Ministry of Health (MSPP) is setting up  a vaccination campaign against cholera in areas ravaged by Hurricane Matthew, with support from the Pan American Health Organization / World Health Organization (PAHO / WHO). The decision of WHO and other member of the Global Task Force for Cholera Control to approve the request...
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19 Décembre 2016 la nouvelle date projetée pour les élections

October 30, 2016
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19 Décembre 2016 la nouvelle date projetée pour les élections

19 Décembre 2016 la nouvelle date projetée pour les élections Oct 30 2016 Une réunion top secret a été tenue ce matin tôt en la résidence privée de Monsieur Privert , des personnalités importantes dont deux membres influents de l’actuel Conseil Electoral , les ministres de la Justice et de l’Intérieur  y ont pris...
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NOW YOU SEE IT – NOW YOU DON’T AS PRIVERT HIDES 100 STOLEN CONTAINERS OF AID AT SONAPI – THEN MOVES THEM OVERNIGHT!!!

October 30, 2016
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NOW YOU SEE IT – NOW YOU DON’T AS PRIVERT HIDES 100 STOLEN CONTAINERS OF AID AT SONAPI – THEN MOVES THEM OVERNIGHT!!!

October 30, 2016 Looking at the cartoon above, I realise that Privert looks like the bunny in the hat. One week ago Senator Youri Latortue discovered dozens of containers, containing material donated for victims of Hurricane Matthew, hidden by Privert at the SONAPI site. These were videotaped and the results broadcast to the Haitian...
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CEP MEMBER ST. HUBERT RESIGNS SAYIN ELECTION IMPOSSIBLE – OTHER MEMBERS HAVE NOT DONE THEIR JOB!!!

October 30, 2016
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CEP MEMBER ST. HUBERT RESIGNS SAYIN ELECTION IMPOSSIBLE – OTHER MEMBERS HAVE NOT DONE THEIR JOB!!!

October 29, 2016 Jean Simon Saint-Hubert : Human Rights sector representative, on the CEP, has resigned saying he has done his job to coordinate elections and cannot take any responsibility for the disaster that must follow. He says there is absolutely no possibility of holding elections, as scheduled. St. Hubert says, technically, the CEP...
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Haiti counting $2bn toll from Hurricane Matthew

October 30, 2016
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Haiti counting $2bn toll from Hurricane Matthew

Around 546 people died in Hurricane Matthew Haitian authorities have said the destruction caused by Hurricane Matthew’s devastating passage over the island nation earlier this month caused nearly $2 billion in damages. Studies by the World Bank and the Inter-American Development Bank put the estimated cost of damage and economic losses at 124 billion...
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Just Weeks After Matthew, Global Community Has Forgotten Haiti

October 30, 2016
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Just Weeks After Matthew, Global Community Has Forgotten Haiti

United Nations criticized for raising paltry amount of promised aid package to compensate cholera victims by Nadia Prupis, staff writer In the three weeks that have passed since Hurricane Matthew devastated the Caribbean nation, survivors have faced a lack of shelter and access to clean water and health services. (Photo: E.U. Delegation to Haiti/flickr/cc)...
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Dominican Republic Racism on display

October 29, 2016
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”RETOURNER LE PRÉSIDENT ARISTIDE EN HAITI”, LA PLUS GRANDE ERREUR DE MA GOUVERNANCE

October 29, 2016
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”RETOURNER LE PRÉSIDENT ARISTIDE EN HAITI”, LA PLUS GRANDE ERREUR DE MA GOUVERNANCE

‘ Oct 28, 2016 Aujourd’hui que Miss Clinton Hillary est à deux semaines de devenir la première femme à accéder à la présidence des États-unis d’Amérique, il est bon de rappe- -ler la réponse de son mari, l’ex président Bill Clinton, à une question portant sur le bilan de ses huit années de gouvernance: ”Retourner...
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Haiti funding needs nearly triple following Hurricane Matthew – UNICEF

October 28, 2016
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Haiti funding needs nearly triple following Hurricane Matthew – UNICEF

© UNICEF/UN035877/LeMoyne Children at the Église Chrétienne Nan Lindy Church where 300 people have sought temporary shelter after Hurricane Matthew. PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti, 26 October 2016 – Three weeks since Hurricane Matthew made landfall in Haiti, UNICEF said it would need an additional $22.5 million to meet the increasing needs of children in the country,...
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Haiti faces cholera spike amid woeful international response to Hurricane Matthew aftermath, UN warns

October 28, 2016
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Haiti faces cholera spike amid woeful international response to Hurricane Matthew aftermath, UN warns

A patient with cholera symptoms arrives in a hospital to receive medical attention in Haiti last week Getty The world is falling grievously short in its response to the “absolutely grotesque” devastation inflicted on southwestern Haiti by Hurricane Matthew which in turn is threatening to unleash a new wave of cholera cases in the...
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Haiti cholera scandal: US bolsters UN wall of denial, legal investigator says

October 28, 2016
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Haiti cholera scandal: US bolsters UN wall of denial, legal investigator says

By George Russell Published October 26, 2016 FoxNews.com Argentinian peacekeepers with the United Nations Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) administer medical aid to residents of Les Cayes affected by Hurricane Matthew.  (UN Photo/Logan Abassi ) The United Nations’ wall of denial about its responsibility for causing Haiti’s 6-year-old cholera epidemic is stronger than ever —...
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LAMOTHE IN ACTION

October 28, 2016
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LAMOTHE IN ACTION

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MICHEL SAYS GOODBYE TO HIS MOM

October 26, 2016
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MICHEL SAYS GOODBYE TO HIS MOM

October 25, 2016 President Michel Martelly said goodbye to his Mom today, at a funeral ceremony  at Port-au-Prince’s Parc de Souvenir. Madeline Pradines Martelly passed away on the 21 October, after a lengthy illness. Her service was attended by many, from all walks of Haitian society. Many retain fond memories of her, from her...
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Haiti jailbreak: At least 150 inmates still on the run

October 26, 2016
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Haiti jailbreak: At least 150 inmates still on the run

At least 150 inmates are still on the run after a mass prison breakout in Haiti on Saturday, from Arcahaie jail 45km (30 miles) north of the capital Port-au-Prince. Two guards and three inmates died during the jailbreak. Some 170 inmates escaped. Security forces say they have recaptured 10 prisoners and are investigating whether...
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Three Weeks Later, Haiti in Ruins from Hurricane Matthew’s Effects

October 26, 2016
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Three Weeks Later, Haiti in Ruins from Hurricane Matthew’s Effects

When Hurricane Matthew hammered Haiti as a Category 4 storm in the early-morning hours of Oct. 4, meteorologists and humanitarian groups assumed the worst. Three weeks later, a full-blown calamity continues to unfold in western Haiti. Aid groups are still surveying the damage, but it has been an extremely slow and painful three-week period...
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PRIVERT USES HURRICANE AID AS POLITICAL WEAPON AGAINST POPULATION – WITHHOLDING EVEN A GALLON OF WATER FROM COMMUNES SEEN AS OPPOSED TO HIM

October 26, 2016
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PRIVERT USES HURRICANE AID AS POLITICAL WEAPON AGAINST POPULATION – WITHHOLDING EVEN A GALLON OF WATER FROM COMMUNES SEEN AS OPPOSED TO HIM

Oct 26, 2016 THE HERO OF LA SCERIE has not lost his malevolence towards his People. He will use machine guns, fire, starvation in order to force their surrender. Hardly the acts of a Democratic leader. Stalin used this against the Cossacks, starving millions. Privert is using this against our Peasants, starving them, denying...
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CELESTIN IN MEDICAL CRISIS RESEMBLING THAT OF A PSYCHOTIC MANIC-DEPRESSIVE IN THE DEPRESSIVE STAGE

October 26, 2016
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CELESTIN IN MEDICAL CRISIS RESEMBLING THAT OF A PSYCHOTIC MANIC-DEPRESSIVE IN THE DEPRESSIVE STAGE

Oct 24, 2016 Americans worry about Hillary Clinton’s health problems. In Haiti, there are no such worries. Aristide was a psychotic-manic-depressive with wide swings in mood, controlled by HALDOL, TRILIFON and other light medications. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haloperidol http://www.schizophrenia.on.ca/Schizophrenia-Psychosis/Medication-Resource-Centre/Typical-Antipsychotic-Medications/Trilafon-(perphenazine) Aristide’s medications were brought into Haiti in the French embassy Diplomatic Bags. It would seem that Jude Celestin...
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FLASH FLASH FLASH- WHITHER THOU GOEST – MADAME PRIVERT REQUESTS POLITICAL ASYLUM WITH FRENCH EMBASSY

October 24, 2016
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FLASH FLASH FLASH- WHITHER THOU GOEST – MADAME PRIVERT REQUESTS POLITICAL ASYLUM WITH FRENCH EMBASSY

Oct 24, 2016 It has been confirmed that Madame Privert has requested Political Asylum with the French Embassy in Port-au-Prince. The Privert Government is about to implode and rats are abandoning the sinking ship. The Top Rats, The Priverts, will run for cover, leaving Madame Privert’s 12 car entourage behind. Perhaps Haiti’s 10,000,000 citizens...
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JAMAICAN SLAVES TO HAITI – THE ORIGINAL BOAT PEOPLE – WELCOMED BY HAITI AND GIVEN CITZENSHIP 1816

October 24, 2016
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JAMAICAN SLAVES  TO HAITI – THE ORIGINAL BOAT PEOPLE – WELCOMED BY HAITI AND GIVEN CITZENSHIP 1816

Oct 24, 2016 All of us in Jamaica, more than any other people, owe the greatest political and civic debt to Haiti. For this reason I join with the president of our Senate, Tom Tavares-Finson, QC, in urging citizens here and within the region to support the United Nations’ effort in funding to the...
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Haiti authorities nab some 1 dozen of 172 escaped inmates

October 24, 2016
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Haiti authorities nab some 1 dozen of 172 escaped inmates

ARCAHAIE, Haiti –  Police officers were searching cars and boats for escaped prisoners on Sunday after recapturing at least a dozen of the 172 inmates who overpowered guards and escaped from a lockup in central Haiti, the prison’s director said. The prison break occurred Saturday in Arcahaie, a coastal town about 30 miles north...
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Je Suis Jeremie- Hurricane Matthew Damages and Destruction

October 24, 2016
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Our debt to Haiti Sir Hilary Beckles Sunday, October 16, 2016

October 24, 2016
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Our debt to Haiti Sir Hilary Beckles Sunday, October 16, 2016

All of us in Jamaica, more than any other people, owe the greatest political and civic debt to Haiti. For this reason I join with the president of our Senate, Tom Tavares-Finson, QC, in urging citizens here and within the region to support the United Nations’ effort in funding to the best of our...
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Feed My Starving Children gives Minnesotans a way to help Haiti

October 23, 2016
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Feed My Starving Children gives Minnesotans a way to help Haiti

Staffers and volunteers pray over a pallet of boxes headed for an unknown destination, perhaps Haiti, at Feed My Starving Children in Eagan, Minn. Monday, Oct. 17, 2016. (Pioneer Press: Scott Takushi) By Maja Beckstrom | mbeckstrom@pioneerpress.com When Junior Obrand arrived last week at a missionary compound in southwest Haiti, people were gathered outside...
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After Hurricane, Haiti Confronts Scars From 2010 Earthquake Recovery

October 23, 2016
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After Hurricane, Haiti Confronts Scars From 2010 Earthquake Recovery

By AZAM AHMEDOCT. 21, 2016 NY Times.com People in a village near Rendel, Haiti, which was destroyed by Hurricane Matthew, watched as a humanitarian aid helicopter flew overhead. One mayor in Haiti estimated that only 20 percent of the food delivered to his coastal community since the hurricane had been properly handed out. Credit...
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AMERICAN AMBASSADOR’S ANALYSIS IS SMACK ON BUT PREDICTS NO HONORABLE RESOLUTION TO CRISIS OTHER THAN 1987 ARTICLE 149- PEOPLE HAVE NO SHELTER –FOOD –HOPE – CHOLERA IS ACCELERATING

October 23, 2016
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AMERICAN AMBASSADOR’S ANALYSIS IS SMACK ON BUT PREDICTS NO HONORABLE RESOLUTION TO CRISIS OTHER THAN 1987 ARTICLE 149- PEOPLE HAVE NO SHELTER –FOOD –HOPE – CHOLERA IS ACCELERATING

Oct 22, 2016 Even as the forgotten people of Pestel fight their personal reality of continuous rain, no shelter, no food, accelerating cholera and no Hope, American Ambassador Peter Mulrean revealed the American view  of Haiti’s attempt to hold free-and-fair elections. Mulreal was speaking to a number of Haitian Deputies, about the problems with...
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MURDEROUS JAIL BREAK AT ARCAHAIE SEES 4 PNH OFFICER KILLED AS 173 VERY DANGEROUS PRISONERS ESCAPE IN BOAT

October 23, 2016
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MURDEROUS JAIL BREAK AT ARCAHAIE SEES 4 PNH OFFICER KILLED AS 173 VERY DANGEROUS PRISONERS ESCAPE IN BOAT

Oct 22, 2016 Even as Privert sits on the Presidential chair, his Lavalas militants carried out a bloody assault against the prison facility at Archahaie, freeing 173 extremely dangerous prisoners who then made their escape by boat. A number of assault rifles, being delivered to the facility, were somehow used in the attack by...
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He had a dream to reforest Haiti, then Hurricane Matthew hit

October 23, 2016
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He had a dream to reforest Haiti, then Hurricane Matthew hit

By Jacqueline Charles jcharles@miamiherald.com Basse Guinaudée, Haiti For nearly three decades, Ericq Pierre lovingly grew the majestic mahogany and cedar trees, creating a lush canopy in his childhood hamlet, the place where his parents eked out a living from the earth. But then Hurricane Matthew tore through the rare patch of green in this...
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BON À SAVOIR:GUSTAVO GALLON EST EN HAITI.

October 22, 2016
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BON À SAVOIR:GUSTAVO GALLON EST EN HAITI.

BON À SAVOIR:GUSTAVO GALLON EST EN HAITI. Oct 20, 2016 Gustavo Gallon,c’est l’expert indépendant des Nations-Unies pour les droits humains. Monsieur Gallon est dans nos murs pour dresser un rapport sur la situation des droits humains au lendemain du passage de l’ouragan Matthew les lundi 3 et mardi 4 octobre 2016. Senior Gallon en est à sa sixième...
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After Hurricane, Haiti Confronts Scars From 2010 Earthquake Recovery

October 22, 2016
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After Hurricane, Haiti Confronts Scars From 2010 Earthquake Recovery

By AZAM AHMEDOCT. 21, 2016 Photo People in a village near Rendel, Haiti, which was destroyed by Hurricane Matthew, watched as a humanitarian aid helicopter flew overhead. One mayor in Haiti estimated that only 20 percent of the food delivered to his coastal community since the hurricane had been properly handed out. Credit Meridith...
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