Décret électoral 2015: Un complot contre la commune et la ville de Thomassique

March 13, 2015
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Décret électoral 2015: Un  complot contre la commune et la ville de Thomassique

Dans les articles Coup d’œil sur Thomassique https://www.scribd.com/doc/61574227/Coup-d-%C5%93il-sur-Thomassique et Thomassique la ville qui vous accueille http://lenouvelliste.com/lenouvelliste/article/126842/THOMASSIQUE-LA-VILLE-QUI-VOUS-ACCEUILLE.html parus respectivement en juin 2011 et en janvier 2014, j’avais mis l’accent sur le rôle des autorités étatiques dans l’étouffement de l’essor politique et administratif de la commune de Thomassique.  Qu’on se rappelle le décret éteignoir du 29...
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Cholera vaccine succeeds in rural Haiti-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

March 13, 2015
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Cholera vaccine succeeds in rural Haiti-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

by Jake Miller A community health worker administers cholera vaccine to a child in Haiti in 2012. Credit: Jon Lascher/Partners In Health A vaccination campaign that almost didn’t happen was widely effective in reducing transmission of cholera in the midst of an ongoing outbreak of the disease in rural Haiti. According to a study...
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Four Things You Need to Know About Education in Haiti-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

March 13, 2015
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Four Things You Need to Know About Education in Haiti-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

www.worldbank.org More than 200,000 children from Haiti remain out of school and several are too old for their grade level. The World Bank looks at a tuition waiver program’s impact. STORY HIGHLIGHTS In Haiti, more than 200,000 children remain out of school. However, enrollment rates have been going up in recent years. A new...
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A Building Designed to Solve Haiti’s Cholera Problem

March 13, 2015
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A Building Designed to Solve Haiti’s Cholera Problem

Liz Stinson: MASS Group designed a permanent treatment center in Port-au-Prince to battle the cholera epidemic. MASS Group In 2010, Haiti began to experience the worst cholera outbreak in the country’s history. Five years and nearly 9,000 lost lives later, there’s an interesting question to be asked: Could better architecture have saved lives? A newly opened...
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US Plays Haiti, Panama in CONCACAF Gold Cup

March 13, 2015
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US Plays Haiti, Panama in CONCACAF Gold Cup

The United States will open the defense of its CONCACAF Gold Cup title on July 7 against Honduras or French Guiana at Frisco, Texas. The Americans’ opponent will be decided on March 25 and 29 in a two-leg playoff between the fifth-place teams in last year’s Central American and Caribbean Cups. Honduras is ranked...
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Haiti teacher among 10 finalists for $1M prize

March 13, 2015
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Haiti teacher among 10 finalists for $1M prize

Jacqueline Charles Guy Etienne, the headmaster at Collège Catts Pressoir in Port-au-Prince, Haiti is among 10 finalists who have been shortlisted from 5,000 nominations for the “Nobel Prize” of teaching award. The private school encourages students to apply what they have learned in the classroom to help address needs in their community. Frederick Alexis...
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Africa seed index raises bigger yield hopes for farmers

March 13, 2015
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Africa seed index raises bigger yield hopes for farmers

By Mark Kinver Environment reporter, BBC News Improving smallholder farmers’ access to modern seed varieties is essential to tackle food security concerns An initiative has been launched to help improve smallholder farmers’ access to a wider array of modern, more productive food crop varieties. The African Seed Access Index (TASAI) monitors the state of...
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Haiti sets date for long overdue elections

March 13, 2015
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Haiti sets date for long overdue elections

Protestors have been demanding President Martelly’s resignation over the delay BBC.com Haiti has set dates for elections which have been repeatedly delayed, causing months of protest. Elections for two-thirds of the senate and the chamber of deputies will be on 9 August, with the presidential and municipal vote following on 25 October, Haiti’s electoral...
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UNE NOUVELLE DYNASTIE POUR LA VIE ? Le calendrier électoral, une corde pour pendre candidats et électeurs

March 13, 2015
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UNE NOUVELLE DYNASTIE POUR LA VIE ? Le calendrier électoral, une corde pour pendre candidats et électeurs

Le calendrier électoral, tisse par le Conseil Electoral Provisoire et présente aux groupes et partis politiques a l`hôtel Caribe ce jour `hui 11 Mars 2015,n`est rien d`autre que la corde avec laquelle Opont et Consorts ont fait le serment de pendre et candidats et électeurs aux prochaines élections. D`Aout a Décembre s`enchevêtreront des tours...
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Déjà 38 millions de dollars de confirmés

March 13, 2015
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Déjà 38 millions de dollars de confirmés

Haiti Libre: Mardi, l’Ambassadeur du Japon en Haïti, Son Excellence M. Katsuyoshi Tamura et la Directrice principale du Programme de développement des Nations Unies (PNUD) en Haïti, Mme Sophie de Caen ont signé deux accords de financement d’une valeur de 8,4 million de dollars américains pour soutenir les élections et renforcer la résilience en...
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Anti-government Movement Loses Momentum In Haiti

March 12, 2015
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Anti-government Movement Loses Momentum In Haiti

HaitianTimes: By Joe Colas Port-au-Prince, March 10, 2015 (HCNN).– A movement initiated by radical opposition parties and other groups to demand the early resignation of Haiti’s President Michel Martelly as a prerequisite for their participation in the next election, seems to be losing momentum over the past weeks, in a Caribbean country where significant...
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NO ONE PARTICIPATES IN OPPOSITION DEMONSTRATIONS SO THEY NOW RESORT TO VIOLENCE AGAINST NUNS AND RELIGIOUS SCHOOLS – AN OLD ARISTIDE PRACTICE.

March 12, 2015
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NO ONE PARTICIPATES IN OPPOSITION  DEMONSTRATIONS SO THEY NOW RESORT TO VIOLENCE AGAINST NUNS AND RELIGIOUS SCHOOLS – AN OLD ARISTIDE PRACTICE.

March 12, 2015 The so-called Opposition has continued to call for public demonstrations, against the Martelly government. In a show of complete disinterest, even though cash had been paid to potential participants – the demonstrations have hosted fewer that 400 people, including musicians. The Oppositions hires a couple of bands, and supplies Clairin –...
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FROM THE GRAVE: Oriel Jean accuse Jean Bertrant Ariste de l’assassinat de Jean Dominique

March 11, 2015
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FROM THE GRAVE: Oriel Jean accuse Jean Bertrant Ariste de l’assassinat de Jean Dominique

Oriel Jean accuse Jean Bertrant Ariste de l’assassinat de Jean Dominique https://soundcloud.com/studio21fm/interview-oriel-jean-kap-eskplike-kijan-aristide-fe-touye-jounalis-jean-dominique https://soundcloud.com/studio21fm/interview-oriel-jean-kap-eskplike-kijan-aristide-fe-touye-jounalis-jean-dominique LE COURAGE DE COMBATTRE LES DEMAGOGUES DE DROITE ET DE GAUCHE , LE COURAGE DE DIRE LA VERITE!!! RC “Vous pouvez tromper quelques personnes, parfois, Mais vous ne pouvez pas tromper tout le monde tout le temps”. Abraham Lincoln. “Ce n’est pas parce que les choses sont difficiles que nous n’osons pas, c’est parce...
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Interview Oriel Jean Kap Eskplike Kijan Aristide Fè Touye Jounalis Jean Dominique

March 11, 2015
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Interview Oriel Jean Kap Eskplike Kijan Aristide Fè Touye Jounalis Jean Dominique

Interview Oriel Jean kap eskplike kijan Aristide fè touye jounalis Jean Dominique Original post on SOUNDCLOUD HERE THIS INTERVIEW WAS MOTIVATION FOR PREDICTABLE ARISTIDE HIT ON ORIEL JEAN. WHAT IS MARTELLY WAITING FOR? RUMORS SUGGEST ARISTIDE PAID $$ FOR COURT TO IGNORE HIM
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Miami Film Festival 2015: Sweet Micky For President Director Talks Politics, Haiti, and Pras

March 11, 2015
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Miami Film Festival 2015: Sweet Micky For President Director Talks Politics, Haiti, and Pras

By Jacob Katel Tue., Mar. 10 2015 Courtesy of Miami International Film Festival Still from Sweet Micky For President Ben Patterson never thought the mini skirt, thong, and diaper wearing cross-dresser he was filming would become President of Haiti, but he did. And actor Marlon Wayans found the story so entertaining he jumped on...
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Bob Lemoine, a great journalist passed away

March 11, 2015
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Bob Lemoine, a great journalist passed away

Haiti Libre: Sunday, the journalist Bob Lemoine aged 73, died in a Miami hospital. Bob Lemoine significantly marked the domain of broadcasting in Haiti, including to Radio Métropole where he has worked since its foundation in 1970 alongside including Herby Widmaier and Roland Dupoux for many years. He also contributed to the formation of...
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Two Dominican police officers gunshot wounded by a Haitian

March 11, 2015
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Two Dominican police officers gunshot wounded by a Haitian

Haiti Libre: Sunday afternoon, a Haitian responding to the name of Wilber Nicholas, drunk was arrested for disturbing public order and leads to detachment of Gualey, National District, to be placed in a cell. According to the preliminary police report, this is when he arrived at the Detachment of Gualey that Wilber Nicholas, stealing...
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Former presidential security chief killed in Haiti

March 10, 2015
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Former presidential security chief killed in Haiti

By Evens Sanon PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) _ The chief of presidential security under former Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide was shot to death Monday in the capital, where he had lived since returning to the country after finishing a prison sentence in the United States. Oriel Jean, who had received a reduced sentence because he...
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Revitalizing Lime Production in Haiti

March 9, 2015
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Revitalizing Lime Production in Haiti

The Smallholder Farmers Alliance (SFA) is growing lime trees as part of an initiative in which the Clinton Foundation has brought partners together to revitalize high-quality lime production in Haiti. “In the 1980s, Firmenich sourced high quality lime oil from Haiti. Over time, the lime industry in Haiti disappeared. Now, more than 25 years...
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The Clinton Foundation and Haiti Contracts

March 8, 2015
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The Clinton Foundation and Haiti Contracts

After the earthquake in 2010, the Clintons’ outsize influence in the small nation increased. BY: Mary Anastasia O’Grady WALL STREET JOURNAL March 8, 2015 7:51 p.m. ET The Clinton Foundation lists the Brazilian construction firm OAS and the InterAmerican Development Bank (IDB) as donors that have given it between $1 million and $5 million....
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