Archive for March 3rd, 2017

President Jovenel asks for prayer

March 3, 2017
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President Jovenel asks for prayer

Three days after President Jovenel Moise was inaugurated in Port au Prince, he accepted an invitation to inaugurate a new market place built by our friends Bobby & Sherry Burnette. It was at that celebration Yvonne and I prayed publicly over Haiti’s new president at his request. The historic moment was recorded and may...
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RENE PREVAL HAS LEFT US

March 3, 2017
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RENE PREVAL HAS LEFT US

RENE PREVAL HAS LEFT US 13:02 Mar 3, 2017 President Rene Preval  suffered a heart attack and died after being transported to the hospital. A key element, in the Haitian political scene, Rene Preval was often our target, as we stood against him, Aristide and  Lavalas. Having said that, President Preval always went out...
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Haiti’s Charms and Challenges Keep Former Habitat Exec Mrs. Blake Motivated- Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

March 3, 2017
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Haiti’s Charms and Challenges Keep Former Habitat Exec Mrs. Blake Motivated- Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

March 2, 2017 | Phil BoltonMadam Sonia at the Love A Child Miracle Village in Haiti holding leaves from a Moringa tree often called the ‘Miracle Tree’ for providing numerous health benefits. Elizabeth Blake with Marbury Rainer, who introduced her at the Kiwanis Club of Atlanta luncheon.Haiti never seems to be far from Elizabeth...
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UN Fund to Fight Cholera in Haiti Hovers at 2 Percent of Goal

March 3, 2017
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UN Fund to Fight Cholera in Haiti Hovers at 2 Percent of Goal

VOA News: A demonstrator spray paints the message in Creole “We demand justice for all cholera victims” outside United Nations headquarters to protest the U.N. peacekeeping mission in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Oct. 15, 2015. Late last year, the United Nations vowed to intensify the fight against a deadly cholera outbreak its peacekeepers inadvertently carried to...
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The RAM Group will not participate in the Port-au-Prince Carnival – Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

March 3, 2017
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The RAM Group will not participate in the Port-au-Prince Carnival – Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

Haiti Libre: Sunday, the Mayor of Port-au-Prince and the Organizing Committee of the Carnival announced that the Musical Group RAM, previously retained to participate in the Carnival will not be part of the party for reasons beyond their control. The Mayor and the Committee wish to emphasize that...
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GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN

March 3, 2017
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GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN

Mar 2 2017 Someone mentioned that Michel’s helicopter was arriving at 10:00 A.M. So people started to walk towards the expected landing place. Soon over 20,000 crowded the road as people moved to see their ongoing hero MICHEL MARTELLY/SWEET MICKY. While Aristide and Preval hide away in their residences, and Privert hides in the...
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Haitian facing deportation after ‘habitual’ traffic offenses latest test of Trump immigration policy

March 3, 2017
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Haitian facing deportation after ‘habitual’ traffic offenses latest test of Trump immigration policy

Haitian facing deportation after ‘habitual’ traffic offenses latest test of Trump immigration policy James Lacroix Miami-Dade Police By David Ovalle dovalle@miamiherald.com Haitian national James Lacroix pleaded guilty Tuesday to the minor crime of driving with a suspended license, ending his criminal case after more than seven weeks spent behind bars. But Lacroix didn’t walk...
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In Haiti, a hit song about ‘sugar babies’ and ‘papas’ becomes social commentary

March 3, 2017
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In Haiti, a hit song about ‘sugar babies’ and ‘papas’ becomes social commentary

By Jacqueline Charles jcharles@miamiherald.com PORT-AU-PRINCE The catchy song with the frenetic beat airs the dirty secret that everyone knows but no one talks about: “The brother is shacking up with mademoiselle but mademoiselle leaves him and takes an old man.” Born in Haiti’s most notorious slum, the wildly popular hit song Madan Papa —...
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Colorful Carnival in Haiti’s storm-hit region

March 3, 2017
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Colorful Carnival in Haiti’s storm-hit region

(Photo: Dieu Nalio Chery, AP) LES CAYES, Haiti – Haiti’s three-day Carnival festivities have brought rum-fueled parties, imaginative costumes and high-energy dance music to a southern city that’s still recovering from last year’s punishing Hurricane Matthew. Revelers have danced and sang their troubles away for three days in Les Cayes, the biggest city in...
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Riverdance to perform at gala concert to raise funds for Haiti

March 3, 2017
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Riverdance to perform at gala concert to raise funds for Haiti

1 There will be performances from Róisín O, Kila and a host of special guests at the Convention Centre, Dublin, on Saturday, March 11 (Stock picture) A host of well known faces will take part in a fundraising gala in a bid to raise awareness and increase support for the people of Haiti. At...
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