It All Starts With a Road: The Key to Mobility in Haiti

March 3, 2018
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It All Starts With a Road: The Key to Mobility in Haiti

This Monday morning, Jean-Douby Florville, 13, can take all his time to eat and review his homework before going to school. The eldest son in a family of four children, Jean-Douby crosses the eight kilometers that link the village of Labadie to downtown Cap Haïtien, where his mother’s hardware store and the good schools...
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Haiti’s Maternal Health Crisis

March 3, 2018
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Haiti’s Maternal Health Crisis

Imagine instructing your mother in Haiti over the phone on how to deliver your cousin’s baby. In 2012, Winfred Tovar’s cousin, Rose Annette, not realizing she was pregnant, suffered a seizure and stroke while delivering twins in her home. Rose Annette believed that she was menopausal and consequently was unaware that her ill symptoms...
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PART ONE OF: 1986 – 2016 THE LONG DETOUR TO FAILED STATE?? WHAT CAN PRESIDENT MOISE DO?

March 3, 2018
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PART ONE OF: 1986 – 2016 THE LONG DETOUR TO FAILED STATE?? WHAT CAN PRESIDENT MOISE DO?

Mar 3, 2018 INTRODUCTION: President Moise has promised a best effort to solve the Nation’s problems, accumulated without solution – since Duvalier’s 1986 departure.  No matter how talented President Moise might be, the challenge is daunting, if not impossible in the time available to him. All he can do is what he can do!...
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Jovenel Moïse au téléphone avec Antonio Guterres, Susan D. Page rappelée

March 3, 2018
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Jovenel Moïse au téléphone avec Antonio Guterres, Susan D. Page rappelée

Robenson Geffrard Auteur-http://lenouvelliste.com National - Le président de la République et le secrétaire général de l’ONU se sont entretenus, mercredi au téléphone, sur la note du chef de la MINUJUSTH qualifiée d’ingérence par les autorités haïtiennes. Quelques heures après cet entretien téléphonique, la représentante spéciale du Secrétaire général de l’ONU, Susan D. Page, a...
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Haiti accuses striking teachers of instigating student protests

March 3, 2018
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Haiti accuses striking teachers of instigating student protests

PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti (CMC) — The Haitian government says it is moving expeditiously to deal with the situation confronting teachers even as it said it was “deeply alarmed” by the demonstrations being staged by students “at the instigation of teachers and or trade unionists” in several cities in the French-speaking Caribbean country. Prime...
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Haitians gamble on a better life in Chile. But the odds aren’t always in their favor

March 2, 2018
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Haitians gamble on a better life in Chile. But the odds aren’t always in their favor

By Jacqueline Charles jcharles@miamiherald.comMarch 01, 2018 07:00 Am Updated March 01, 2018 09:55 AM Para leer esta historia en español, haga clic aquí. SANTIAGO, CHILE — A day’s work. That’s all Benissont Joseph needed. As he stood by the side of a dusty road in a country more that 3,500 miles from home, clutching...
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THE GANG RAPE OF ONA BY LATORTUE AND OTHERS- DUVALIER IS WATCHING!!

March 1, 2018
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THE GANG RAPE OF ONA BY LATORTUE AND OTHERS- DUVALIER IS WATCHING!!

Mar 1, 2018 Francois Duvalier left a number of  key societal elements he created as his legacy to the Nation. One of these was ONA – OFFICE NATIONAL D’ASSURANCE. Over the years, the international community recognized ONA as the best entity of its type in Central and South America. Its infrastructure was solid. Its...
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Haiti U.N. protest continues as government cancels participation in cholera meeting- Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

March 1, 2018
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Haiti U.N. protest continues as government cancels participation in cholera meeting- Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

By Jacqueline Charles February 28, 2018 08:54 PM A day after recalling its United Nations ambassador for consultations in a protest over a U.N. official’s remarks about oil-loan corruption allegations, the Haitian government on Wednesday canceled its participation in a high-level U.N. retreat on cholera in New York. Hosted by U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres...
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Haiti didn’t like what the U.N. said about corruption, so it recalled ambassador

March 1, 2018
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Haiti didn’t like what the U.N. said about corruption, so it recalled ambassador

By Jacqueline Charles February 27, 2018 08:15 PM Haiti has recalled its ambassador to the United Nations for consultations after U.N. Secretary General António Guterres’ special representative said she welcomed a corruption inquiry into the way $2 billion in oil loans from Venezuela was spent by former Haitian government officials. Ambassador Denis Regis confirmed...
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CARICOM : le discours de Jovenel Moïse en dix points

February 28, 2018
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CARICOM : le discours de Jovenel Moïse en dix points

Websder Corneille  Created : 26 February 2018 Politique “Plaidoyer pour l’introduction du Créole, du Français et du Hollandais dans la CARICOM. Nous sommes tout à fait d’accord que notre diversité linguistique fait notre richesse culturelle”. /Photo: Président Jovenel Moise (Twitter) Lundi 26 et mardi 27 février, Haïti accueille la 29e réunion intersessionnelle de la...
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Moïse accepts the Program of Control and the requirements of the IMF

February 27, 2018
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Moïse accepts the Program of Control and the requirements of the IMF

Haiti Libre: An International Monetary Fund staff team led by Chris Walker, IMF Mission Chief for Haiti, visited Port-au-Prince from February 20-25, to carry out discussions with the Haitian authorities on a Staff-Monitored Program (SMP). At the conclusion of the mission, Alejandro Werner, Director of the IMF’s Western Hemisphere Department, met with President Jovenel...
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CARICOM Session Began Today in Haiti

February 27, 2018
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CARICOM Session Began Today in Haiti

Puerto Príncipe, Feb 26 (Prensa Latina) The help and solidarity by the Community of Caribbean States (CARICOM), faced with natural disasters, was one of the central topics in the opening session of the regional integration forum today. The year 2017 was a period of strong damage by natural phenomena in the Caribbean region, causing...
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The ULCC welcomes the progress of Haiti in the world rankings

February 27, 2018
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The ULCC welcomes the progress of Haiti in the world rankings

Haiti Libre: Following the publication on 22 February of Transparency International’s 2017 report on the Corruption Perception Index (CPI) around the world, indicating a 2-place advance for Haiti (157th out of 180 countries) compared to 2016, the Anti-Corruption Unit (ULCC) welcomed this progress. For the ULCC, this advance of 2 places “ is rewarding...
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BORDERING THE IMAGINARY: Art From Dominican Republic, Haiti, And Their Diasporas Comes to BRIC

February 27, 2018
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BORDERING THE IMAGINARY: Art From Dominican Republic, Haiti, And Their Diasporas Comes to BRIC

BRIC presents Bordering the Imaginary: Art from the Dominican Republic, Haiti, and Their Diasporas, an exhibition of contemporary artworks using an array of media tomine the interrelated histories of two Caribbean countries that share a single island, their tradition of cultural and social exchange, and the racism and social injustices that have long impacted...
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US official cancels visit to Haiti for talks with Caribbean leaders

February 27, 2018
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US official cancels visit to Haiti for talks with Caribbean leaders

John J Sullivan jamaicaobserver.com WASHINGTON, United States (CMC) — The United States Deputy Secretary of State, John J Sullivan, has cancelled a planned visit to Haiti where he would have held talks with Caribbean Community (CARICOM) leaders who are meeting on the French-speaking Caribbean island. “Deputy Secretary Sullivan’s travel to Haiti has been postponed,”...
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The importance of notaries in the laundering of assets

February 27, 2018
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The importance of notaries in the laundering of assets

Haiti Libre: Joseph Oldy Bellegarde, Director General of the Central Financial Intelligence Unit (UCREF) accompanied by his Deputy Director Ronald D’mezard and his Coordinator Laurent Théralien held a working session with Marie Alice Coradin-Beaulieu Bélizaire, President of the Union of Notaries of Jurisdictions of Haiti (SNJH) who was accompanied by his Vice President Lesly...
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PRESIDENT MOISE GREETS CARICOM LEADERS

February 27, 2018
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PRESIDENT MOISE GREETS CARICOM LEADERS

Feb 26 2018 President Moise is hosting the 29th Annual CARICOM conference at Haiti’s Mariott Hotel.
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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!!!!

February 26, 2018
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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 those who are serving our President, Jovenel Moise, have little or no respect for our Nation’s environment. Otherwise this crime would no be happening. I have used one rule...
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Coopération : Des journalistes en difficulté pour couvrir la réunion de la Caricom en Haïti- Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

February 26, 2018
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Coopération : Des journalistes en difficulté pour couvrir la réunion de la Caricom en Haïti- Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

vantbefinfo.com Port-au-Prince, le 26 février 2018.- Des journalistes locaux font face à des difficultés en vue d’assurer la couverture médiatique de la 29e réunion intersessionnelle de la Caricom qui a démarré, aujourd’hui 26 février, à l’hôtel Marriott (Port-au-Prince). Contacté à ce sujet, l’ambassadeur d’Haïti auprès de la Caricom, Peterson Benjamin Noel impute la responsabilité...
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2ND ANNUAL DR. LOUIS G. LAMOTHE FOUNDATION EVENT A SMASH

February 25, 2018
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2ND ANNUAL DR. LOUIS G. LAMOTHE FOUNDATION EVENT A SMASH

February 23, 2018 A truly amazing event in Haiti’s often fragmented society. Over 1,000 people from all sectors of society – political, business, educational, religious, ONGs… and more  packed Jo Jo’s last night to celebrate the second anniversary of the Dr. Laurent G. Lamothe Foundation. Guests started arriving shortly after 7, well before the...
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