Crisis at ENGA, the Ministry proposes solutions

April 20, 2017
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Crisis at ENGA, the Ministry proposes solutions

Haiti Libre: Deeply concerned about the problems affecting the operation of the National School of Applied Geology (ENGA), following the demonstrations and demands of the students (need for a new premises and an operating budget…) , the Ministry of National Education informs the general public that several working sessions have been held with ENGA...
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Haiti to rebuild National Palace smashed in 2010 earthquak

April 19, 2017
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Haiti to rebuild National Palace smashed in 2010 earthquak

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — Haitian authorities say they will rebuild the country’s National Palace to resemble the iconic 90-year-old structure that was smashed during the country’s 2010 earthquake. The collapse of the ornate domed building became a twin symbol of the quake’s devastation and of the shattered government’s dysfunction. President Jovenel Moise on Wednesday...
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CHILD MOLESTATION ON RUE RIGAUD – PETION-VILLE – WHO CARES – OBVIOUSLY NO ONE!!

April 19, 2017
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CHILD MOLESTATION ON RUE RIGAUD – PETION-VILLE  – WHO CARES – OBVIOUSLY NO ONE!!

Michael Collins: April 18, 2017 There are many complaints about the incompetence of government and inefficiency of the PNH. Of course, this does not take into effect those agendas that may benefit these two groups, but not necessarily the public at large. We have a lot of human rights groups, Senators and Deputies talking...
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Haitian SLS Hotel employees called ‘slaves,’ fired based on race, lawsuit claims

April 18, 2017
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Haitian SLS Hotel employees called ‘slaves,’ fired based on race, lawsuit claims

Employees replaced with ‘light-skinned Hispanics,’ lawsuit says By Paradise Afshar – Digital Editor Posted: 5:35 PM, April 18, 2017 Updated: 11:11 PM, April 18, 2017 MIAMI BEACH, Fla. – The SLS Hotel in Miami Beach terminated Haitian employees based on their race and skin color, according to a lawsuit filed Tuesday by the U.S....
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D-13, at CNE Cuban mechanics working tirelessly

April 18, 2017
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D-13, at CNE Cuban mechanics working tirelessly

Haiti Libre: A few days after the visit of President Moïse,  to less than two weeks from the beginning of the Caravan of Change (May 1, 2017) tour, Carmel André Béliard, Minister of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Rural Development, accompanied by the Cuban Ambassador accredited in Haiti, Luis Castillo Campos and Frantz Yves Joseph,...
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Analysis: What the UN Could’ve Done to Protect Vulnerable Haitians Against Sexually Abusive Peacekeepers

April 18, 2017
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Analysis: What the UN Could’ve Done to Protect Vulnerable Haitians Against Sexually Abusive Peacekeepers

An investigation by the AP revealed that 134 Sri Lankan peacekeepers sexually abused nine Haitian youths in a sex ring spanning three years. (Photo by Fred Dufour/AFP/Getty Images) Following the overthrow of Haitian President Bertrand Aristide in February 2004, the United Nations deployed nearly 900 “peacekeepers” to the tiny island nation in hopes of...
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Farmers Plant Millions of Trees in Haiti

April 18, 2017
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Farmers Plant Millions of Trees in Haiti

Following an extensive tour of pubic screenings, “Kombit: The Cooperative” is now available for free on YouTube. Check out this uplifting story of how small-scale family farmers planted 5 million trees in Haiti: This documentary film by Found Object tells the story of how the Smallholder Farmers Alliance came into being through an innovative partnership...
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The Prime Minister sounds the end of drifts !

April 18, 2017
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The Prime Minister sounds the end of drifts !

Haiti Libre: Following the memorandum of Prime Minister Lafontant sent on 12 April to the Ministers, State Secretaries and Directors General of decentralized agencies, on new contracts and appointments the Prime Minister, in a circular (003) dated Monday, reminded the parties concerned of the procedures for appointing and awarding contracts for Public Agents and the...
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UN inaugurates water supply system in Lascahobas as part of anti-cholera fight

April 17, 2017
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UN inaugurates water supply system in Lascahobas as part of anti-cholera fight

Residents fill their containers at a water capture and distribution project point in a town an hour outside of Port au Prince, Haiti. Photo: Logan Abassi/MINUSTAH 17 April 2017 – Historically, the people in the Madan Mak and Loncy areas of the Lascahobas Commune have always had serious problems with access to safe drinking...
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WHO OWNS THE PNH?? CASH NEEDED- NO CHEQUES, NO CREDIT!!

April 17, 2017
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WHO OWNS THE PNH?? CASH NEEDED- NO CHEQUES, NO CREDIT!!

Michael Collins, Portland, Oregon, April 14, 2017 We have been treated to American UN Ambassador Nikki Haley’s   sophomoric comments which only confirm  her complete and total lack of knowledge, with regard to the ongoing Haitian situation. Some say any situation. Another American High School Lab experiment in progress with Haitians as the guinea pigs....
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U.N. peacekeepers are leaving after more than two decades, but where does that leave Haiti?

April 17, 2017
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U.N. peacekeepers are leaving after more than two decades, but where does that leave Haiti?

U.N. peacekeepers from Brazil patrol the Cite Soleil slum in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, in February. (Dieu Nalio Chery / Associated Press) Ann M. SimmonsContact Reporter The United Nations’ recent announcement that it would end its peacekeeping mission in Haiti in mid-October, removing its soldiers and leaving a smaller contingent of police, has been met with...
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Possessed Haitian voodoo worshippers sacrifice goats and dance in sacred water over Easter weekend

April 17, 2017
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Possessed Haitian voodoo worshippers sacrifice goats and dance in sacred water over Easter weekend

Thousands of vodouists gathered in the sacred city of Souvenance, in Haiti, over the Easter weekend The followers take part in an annual celebration that is mean to lure loa – or spirit helpers – into their bodies Goats, cows and chicken are sacrificed and people daubed with their blood in an attempt to...
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Extend Temporary Protected Status for eligible Haitians

April 16, 2017
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Extend Temporary Protected Status for eligible Haitians

Miami Herald Editorial Board Change is coming at Haiti and its people at a furious pace: Thursday, the U.N. Security Council voted to end its 13-year peacekeeping operation there. Haiti has a new president, its third democratically elected leader since 2006. The United States has a new president, too, which could affect policy. But...
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AP PHOTOS: Haitians make pilgrimage, pray for better future

April 16, 2017
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AP PHOTOS: Haitians make pilgrimage, pray for better future

Published April 14, 2017 Associated PressA woman stretches out her arms in prayer as balances a stone on her head as a form of penance during a Good Friday ritual, in Ganthier, Haiti, Friday, April 14, 2017. Thousands of Haitians flock to mount Calvaire Miracle with rocks balanced on their heads, to pray and...
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Sri Lankan UN peacekeepers accused of involvement in Haiti child-sex ring

April 16, 2017
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Sri Lankan UN peacekeepers accused of involvement in Haiti child-sex ring

The AP reported United Nations data stating that there were 150 allegations of abuse and exploitation by United Nations personnel in Haiti between 2004 and 2016, out of the worldwide total of almost 2,000, with victimizers also coming from Bangladesh, Brazil, Jordan, Nigeria and Pakistan. These included 300 cases involving children by personnel from...
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La République anti-Esclavagiste de Dessalines, est-elle devenue protectrice des pédophiles, des trafiquants de personnes et d’enfants?

April 16, 2017
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La République anti-Esclavagiste de Dessalines, est-elle devenue protectrice des pédophiles, des trafiquants de personnes et d’enfants?

En effet, lors d’un voyage aux Etats-Unis, des jeunes et des enfants de l’orphelinat Saint-Joseph de Delmas 91 avaient porté plainte contre M. Michael Geilenfeld dénonçant ce...
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Removal of U.N. peacekeepers is a positive action

April 16, 2017
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Removal of U.N. peacekeepers is a positive action

Post Gazette By the Editorial Board The unanimous decision Thursday by the U.N. Security Council to withdraw the U.N. peacekeeping force from Haiti is probably overdue and should be welcomed by the United Nations, by Haiti and by the United States as a large contributor to peacekeeping costs. The U.N. forces, in Haiti since...
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LES TERRORISTES À L’ŒUVRE EN HAITI!

April 14, 2017
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LES TERRORISTES À L’ŒUVRE EN HAITI!

Le Président Jovenel Moise est sorti indemne de la tentative d’assassinat perpétrée le 7 Avril sur la route de l’Arcahaie.Des journalistes et des dirigeants du passé ont jugé qu’il s’agissait d’un acte banal,qu’on ne saurait qualifier d’acte terroriste. Bizarre,étrange.Durant quarante minutes,le cortége présidentiel,coupé en deux par l’irruption d’un trailer,a été la cible de tirs...
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MINUSTAH -THE ABYSS AND OTHER CHALLENGES

April 14, 2017
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MINUSTAH -THE ABYSS AND OTHER CHALLENGES

MICHAEL COLLINS, April I shouldn’t be stunned, surprised, or even disappointed at the incredibly stupid things those supposedly in control said about MINUSTAH’s departure.    There should be no surprise when fools like this maneuver the world into situations where which millions die. Most situations would actually resolve themselves more efficiently with no one at...
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Nikki Haley Proclaims UN Peacekeepers Made ‘Great Contribution’ to Haiti- Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

April 13, 2017
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Nikki Haley Proclaims UN Peacekeepers Made ‘Great Contribution’ to Haiti- Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

Atlanta Black Star.com UNITED NATIONS (AP) — U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley said Tuesday, April 11, that U.N. peacekeeping has made “a great contribution” to Haiti and the Security Council’s expected vote to withdraw all troops from the Caribbean nation by mid-October is an example of how peacekeeping missions should change as a country’s political...
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