Report Finds “Troubling” Lack of Transparency in US Aid to Haiti

April 6, 2013
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Report Finds “Troubling” Lack of Transparency in US Aid to Haiti

By the Caribbean Journal staff There are “significant” problems in the way the United States delivers aid to Haiti, according to a report from the Washington-based Center for Economic and Policy Research. The report, Breaking Open the Black Box: Increasing Aid Transparency and Accountability in Haiti, found an “overall lack of transparency on how the...
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Ball State soccer team to play Haiti national team

April 6, 2013
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Ball State soccer team to play Haiti national team

MUNCIE — Ball State women’s soccer coach Craig Roberts attended a game between the Haiti and Australian national teams last year, and he took that opportunity to chat up Haiti coach Shek Borkowski about the prospect of playing his Cardinals in the spring. Borkowski promised to see if a date opened in his schedule....
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NEWTON ST-JUSTE INVOLVED WITH THEFT OF 30,000,000 GOURDES FROM MINISTRY OF SOCIAL AFFAIRS!!!???

April 5, 2013
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NEWTON ST-JUSTE INVOLVED WITH THEFT OF 30,000,000 GOURDES FROM MINISTRY OF SOCIAL AFFAIRS!!!???

April 1, 2013 This is no April Fool’s Day joke. We are no fans of Queen Martelly, however, one should not attack on the basis of corruption unless your slate is clean, otherwise we must assume there is another agenda.   So it is with Newton Saint-Juste who heads an assault upon the First  Lady,...
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Haitian historian Georges Corvington, who chronicled the country’s capital, dies at age 88

April 4, 2013
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Haitian historian Georges Corvington, who chronicled the country’s capital, dies at age 88

by buildingaschool PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti The Associated Press ….Born in Port-au-Prince, Corvington began writing in the 1970s, collecting thousands of books that eventually formed a seemingly unmatched library collection. In addition to his work about the capital, a hilly coastal city that eventually swelled to an estimated 3 million people, Corvington also wrote about the National...
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Conseil des Ministres au Palais National.

April 3, 2013
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Conseil des Ministres au Palais National.


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Haiti and the UN: Occupation in the Time of Cholera

April 3, 2013
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Haiti and the UN: Occupation in the Time of Cholera

France Francois says the organization has done far more harm than help in the quake-stricken nation. Despicable: United Nations peacekeepers from Nepal infected a quake-stricken Haiti with cholera by polluting the Artibonite River with fecal matter from a faulty septic tank in 2010. To date, the cholera epidemic has killed over 8,000 Haitians, sickened...
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U.S. Aid to Haiti: “Troubling” Lack of Transparency, Effectiveness-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

April 3, 2013
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U.S. Aid to Haiti: “Troubling” Lack of Transparency, Effectiveness-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

“Haitians, U.S. taxpayers unable to verify how U.S. aid funds are being used on the ground” Image: LYNNE SLADKY/AP/SIPA A new report from the Center for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR) identifies significant problems with the delivery of U.S. aid in Haiti and finds an overall lack of transparency on how the billions of dollars obligated...
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Gridlock in Haiti

April 3, 2013
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Gridlock in Haiti

Miami Herald Editorial OPINION: Political infighting threatens to paralyze the recovery without elections By The Miami Herald Editorial HeraldEd@MiamiHerald.com Sixteen months after Haiti was supposed to hold a critical round of elections, the voting procedure remains on hold. The country’s warring political factions can’t agree on a date or the membership of the panel...
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Haiti Sends Counternarcotics Officers for Training With Miami Police Department

April 3, 2013
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Haiti Sends Counternarcotics Officers for Training With Miami Police Department

By the Caribbean Journal staff Above: the Miami-Dade Public Safety Training Institute A team of 21 officers Counternarcotics Unit of Haiti’s national police has begun a three-week training course in Miami with the Miami-Dade County Police Department in Florida. The courses, which are being taught at the Miami-Dade Public Safety Training Institute, began Monday,...
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UN report says more malnutrition in Haiti following heavy storm season

April 3, 2013
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UN report says more malnutrition in Haiti following heavy storm season

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti –  The United Nations says a growing number of Haitians are not getting enough to eat. The U.N. mission in the Caribbean nation of 10 million people said in a monthly bulletin Tuesday that a spike in malnutrition has been recorded in some areas since October. At least one in five households...
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Spain to play soccer friendly vs. Haiti national team at Sun Life Stadium

April 3, 2013
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Spain to play soccer friendly vs. Haiti national team at Sun Life Stadium

Spain’s Andres Iniesta trains at the Khalifa International stadium in Doha, Qatar, on Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013. Spain and Uruguay played a friendly match Feb. 6 in Qatar. (AP Photo/Osama Faisal) OSAMA FAISAL / AP South Florida soccer fans will get a rare up-close look at reigning World Cup and European champion Spain when La...
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After cautious start, Haiti church rebuilding program gains momentum

April 3, 2013
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After cautious start, Haiti church rebuilding program gains momentum

By Dennis Sadowski Catholic News Service WASHINGTON (CNS) — Church reconstruction in Haiti is moving forward at a faster pace after months of discussions as Haitian and American church leaders gain confidence in the process they established to oversee the massive rebuilding effort. Planning for two new projects in the earthquake-damaged capital of Port-au-Prince...
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Hugo Chavez: Venezuelan leader’s Latin American legacy

April 2, 2013
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Hugo Chavez: Venezuelan leader’s Latin American legacy

Cuba says Hugo Chavez was like a “true son” to Fidel Castro Charismatic and controversial, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez was the most influential Latin American leader of his generation Inspired by Venezuelan independence hero Simon Bolivar, he was an outspoken advocate of regional unity in opposition to US “imperialism”. His example inspired left-wing leaders...
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MIREILLE DUROCHER-BERTIN LETTRE A LA SOCIETE HAITIENNE

April 2, 2013
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MIREILLE DUROCHER-BERTIN  LETTRE A LA SOCIETE HAITIENNE

Par ANNE-ROSE SCHOEN Le 28 Mars 1994 Mireille Durocher Bertin etait assassine par des officiels et des sbires au service du gouvernement Haitien. Selon les informations qui circulent les ordres pour l’execution de Me. Bertin venait directement du President constitutionnel de la republique Jean Bertrand Aristide. C’etait une execution brutale. Cette avocate mere de...
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Michaëlle Jean in Haiti

April 2, 2013
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Michaëlle Jean in Haiti

Michaëlle Jean, UNESCO Special Envoy for Haiti, begins this Tuesday, April 2 a one-week mission in Haiti, where she will guides members of the Institute NOW in Cap Haitien and Limonade, to examine the sensitive urban areas, in order to revitalize them at the benefit of the population. NOW Institute, based at the University...
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IDB Loan to Create Jobs, Spur Garment Industry in Haiti

April 2, 2013
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IDB Loan to Create Jobs, Spur Garment Industry in Haiti

Apr. 2 — The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) recently announced the approval of a loan of up to $4 million to help Willbes HA, a subsidiary of The Willbes & Co Ltd, headquartered in Cheonan, Republic of Korea, to expand its existing ready-made garment facility at the Parc Industriel Métropolitain in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The...
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Dresses travel from Lubbock to Haiti in Hi-Tech style

April 2, 2013
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Dresses travel from Lubbock to Haiti in Hi-Tech style

Photo by Emily de Santos The fashion in Haiti is about to get a little more Hi-Tech. The Hi-Tech fashion group hosted a Dresses for Haiti service project Friday in the apparel design and manufacturing sewing lab. The finished dresses were donated to the Dresses for Haiti organization. In addition to those sewing in...
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Embry-Riddle’s Project Haiti helps bring clean water to those in need

April 2, 2013
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Embry-Riddle’s Project Haiti helps bring clean water to those in need

DAYTONA BEACH — Yung Wong can’t forget the children he saw in Haiti. Some had lumps near their bellybuttons caused by intestinal problems from contaminated drinking water. The memory has made Wong passionate about the importance of purifying water. “(Seeing the children) just reinforced what we are trying to do with Project Haiti,” said...
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Le Criminal PDG de la Radio Vasco Dr Christian Emmanuel Sanon Supporte l’Escroc Franc Ciné-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

April 1, 2013
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Le Criminal PDG de la Radio Vasco Dr Christian Emmanuel Sanon Supporte l’Escroc Franc Ciné-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

Le PDG de la Radio Vasco Dr Christian Emmanuel Sanon Supporte l’Escroc Franc Ciné. L’acte D’ESCROQUERIE de Franck Ciné a été prémédité En plus de Cela ,je confirme que le PDG de la Radio Vasco Dr Christian Emmanuel Sanon ayant des lourdes redevances fiscales à la CONATEL et à la DGI .à l’EDH surtout...
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Le dossier Haitel – A entendre Franck Ciné on dirait qu’il n’était même pas responsable de la Haitel: l’état, l’état… Tout le monde est responsable de la situation de faillite de la Haitel, sauf Franck Ciné!!!

April 1, 2013
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Le dossier Haitel – A entendre Franck Ciné on dirait qu’il n’était même pas responsable de la Haitel: l’état, l’état… Tout le monde est responsable de la situation de faillite de la Haitel, sauf Franck Ciné!!!

Etre homme, c’est être responsable. A écouter l’interview de Franck Ciné on voit qu’on se trouve en face d’un homme d’affaire qui n’était responsable de rien. Il n’y est pour rien ! On peut même énumérer la quantité de fois que Mr Ciné a répété les mots ‘’ETAT’’et gouvernement. Le gouvernement Tèt Kale n’est pas...
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