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‘Weather models have flipped the switch’: Hurricane season coming to life in the Atlantic

The sleeping giant may be about to awaken. Hurricane activity in the Atlantic Ocean, Caribbean Sea and Gulf of Mexico is forecast to ramp up…

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Bois-Caïman, a beautiful show to remember

The Ministry of Culture, together with the National Bureau of Ethnology (BNE) and the National School of Arts (ENARTS) organized a great show on the…

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Jovenel Moïse s’est engagé à accompagner les planteurs de l’Artibonite

Le président Jovenel Moïse a procédé, ce dimanche, à la distribution d’un lot de matériels dans la vallée de l’Artibonite. Ces matériels agricoles doivent permettre…

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Cotton Export Tutorial in Haiti

Smallholder farmers near Gonaives, Haiti, are in the midst of planting the first commercial cotton crop this country has seen since 1987. Last Thursday, some…

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President Moise puts KUBOTA Combine harvesters to work in Haiti

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What Connects Prince Charles, Jane Goodall and Haiti? Answer: TREES

A book being published in October with a foreward by HRH The Prince of Wales and an introduction by Jane Goodall will be designated “tree…

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Putting Haiti’s Unrest in Context

To understand the riots in Haiti in response to last Friday’s announcement of fuel price increases, you have to go back to 1815 when Simón…

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Rotarians from some 175 countries who gathered for their annual international convention last week in Toronto

It would be hard to find a more diverse group than the 25,000 Rotarians from some 175 countries who gathered for their annual international conventionlast week…

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FLASH! FLASH! FLASH! WHO IS PROTECTING OUR ENVIRONMENT – PINE FOREST- LE FORET DES PINS -BEING CHOPPED AS YOU READ THIS ARTICLE!!!!

Feb 26, 2018 Haiti has very little of anything left, and there is no concerted effort to save what little remains. It is sad that…

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What’s in store for 2018: Haiti ministry has building project, farming on its agenda

Because of God’s Planet for Haiti and its founder, Jemps Maignan, 70 preschool through fifth-grade students are receiving a Christian education, hot meals and a…

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Le Rhum Barbancourt d’#Haiti, meilleur de la Caraïbe

“Pa gen rezon pou Aysyen ap enpòte kleren dominiken ki pa menm asiste tiraj. Se sèl Barbancourt ki bann Koup.” #Barbancourt_Bann_Koup —Li Chanpyon sou yon…

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Timberland Is Helping Rebuild Haiti’s Cotton Industry

Photo: Thomas Noreille / SFA Can using blockchain to verify cotton as organic help revive the industry in Haiti? by Ben Schiller Haiti hasn’t grown…

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Timberland Is Helping Rebuild Haiti’s Cotton Industry

Can using blockchain to verify cotton as organic help revive the industry in Haiti? By Ben Schiller Haiti hasn’t grown cotton in decades. Its once-abundant…

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Laying the foundation stone of the 6th Plant Propagation Center

Haiti Libre: Saturday Jovenel Moïse accompanied by Prime Minister Jack Guy Lafontant and members of the Government went to Grand Pré (Quartier Morin) in the…

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Smallholder Farmers Have Reason to Smile in Haiti

Sometimes a smile can convey more than all the technical reports and excel forecast sheets combined. That was certainly the case last week at a…

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Dominicans want to build a dam on the river Artibonite- Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

Haiti Libre: Dominican Senator Adriano Sánchez Roa of the Elías Piña Province informed that the funds for feasibility studies and the subsequent construction of the…

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Midwest Food Bank to have new location in Haiti

NORMAL, Ill. – Midwest Food bank announces plans for a new location in Haiti. The Haiti division, founded in December 2017 is the organization’s 9th…

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Blood, sweat and sugar: Trade deal fails Haitian workers on DR plantations

by Amy Bracken @brackenamy July 16, 2015 5:00AM ET Cane cutters work overly long days for poor pay in violation of Dominican labor laws and…

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Haitian soup joumou is a New Year tradition. But can you change the recipe without ruining it?

By Jacqueline CharlesFor Miami.com There is no shortage of food traditions to ring in the new year. There are black-eyed peas and popping 12 grapes…