Posted in Uncategorized

What Trump Means for the World’s Poorest People

By Steve Coll February 22, 2017 It seems likely that humanitarian aid to countries like Haiti will decline during the Trump Administration, but by how much is less obvious.PHOTOGRAPH BY GAËL TURINE / AGENCE VU / REDUX Last November, soon after the election of Donald Trump, President Barack Obama mentioned Haiti while commenting on the humanitarian aspects of American foreign…

Continue Reading...
Posted in Uncategorized

Photos: ‘This is hell’; Death, indefinite detention await Haiti’s inmates

Overcrowding, malnutrition and infectious diseases have led to an upsurge of deaths for Haiti’s inmates. Many of them have waited for months in appalling squalor without being charged for a crime. “Straight up: This is hell. Getting locked up in Haiti will drive you crazy if it doesn’t kill you first,” said Vangeliste Bazile, a homicide suspect who is among…

Continue Reading...
Posted in Uncategorized

JOVENEL’S TEAM SETS OUT TO RE-INVENT THE WHEEL INSTEAD OF MAKING SIMPLE CORRECTIONS – INSTANTLY TO PROTECT HIS POSITION- BETTER TO DO SOMETHING “WRONG” THAN TO REMAIN FROZEN IN PLACE!!

MERDE!! Feb 22, 2017 Immediately after his inauguration, even as the criminal Privert was on his way to the Dominican Republic, in a Dominican helicopter,  with a lot of our cash, President Moise should have changed every Director General in place, hammered the ONA chief, and immediately coordinated with his 100 or so mayors. This should have been programmed before…

Continue Reading...
Posted in Uncategorized

Malnutrition killing inmates in Haiti jails

In this Feb. 13, 2017 photo, a prisoner, too weak to stand, lies in the prison infirmary at the National Penitentiary in downtown Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Haitian prosecutors and rights activists are sounding an alarm about collapsing conditions at the impoverished country’s prisons as malnutrition from acute food shortages and a slew of preventable illnesses are leading to an upsurge of…

Continue Reading...