hanaian Selorm Adadevoh heads Haiti telco Digicel

March 25, 2016
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hanaian Selorm Adadevoh heads Haiti telco Digicel

Selorm Adadevoh Digicel has announced that Selorm Adadevoh, Chief Operations Officer in Haiti, has been appointed CEO of Digicel Haiti. Selorm succeeds Carlos Caceres who will assume the role of COO of the Group, Chief Operations Officer for Digicel Caribbean and Central America. Selorm has over 17 years of experience in the industry in...
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ENEX JEAN CHARLES RECEIVES 20 FOR – ZERO AGAINST AND 0 ABSTENTIONS IN SENATE VOTE – CHAMBER OF DEPUTIES NEXT

March 25, 2016
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ENEX JEAN CHARLES RECEIVES 20 FOR – ZERO AGAINST AND 0 ABSTENTIONS IN SENATE VOTE – CHAMBER OF DEPUTIES NEXT


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Le Conseil de sécurité des Nations unies souhaite la poursuite rapide du second tour des législatives et de la présidentielle

March 25, 2016
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Le Conseil de sécurité des Nations unies souhaite la poursuite rapide du second tour des législatives et de la présidentielle

P-au-P, 23 mars 2016 Le Conseil de sécurité de l’Organisation des Nations Unies (Onu) demande « que le cycle électoral soit mené à terme, sans plus tarder, pour que les Haïtiens puissent désigner leurs représentants (…) », dans une note transmise à AlterPresse. Se disant vivement préoccupé par le fait que le second tour...
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PRIVERT DOUBLE-CROSS ENCORE ! ! Le premier ministre désigné Enex Jean Charles serait en difficulté. ”Privert ne respecte pas ses promesses, il nous respecte pas”

March 24, 2016
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PRIVERT DOUBLE-CROSS ENCORE ! ! Le premier ministre désigné Enex Jean Charles serait en difficulté. ”Privert ne respecte pas ses promesses, il nous respecte pas”

Mars 24, 2016 Tard hier soir le premier ministre Jean Charles était en réunion de consultation avec le groupe APH a l’hôtel El Rancho, c’est un homme serein qui a fait son entrée sans fanfare, seul il est allé mettre les dernières touches pour s’assurer un vote favorable ce matin 11 heures au parlement,...
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After parliament’s rejection, Haiti names a new Prime Minister – Presidential and partial legislative runoff elections unlikely to happen on April 24- Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

March 24, 2016
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After parliament’s rejection, Haiti names a new Prime Minister – Presidential and partial legislative runoff elections unlikely to happen on April 24-  Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

By Jacqueline Charles PORT-AU-PRINCE Days after Haitian lawmakers rejected a notable economist to help lead a caretaker government, interim President Jocelerme Privert is now placing his bets on a seasoned lawyer and presidential adviser to take the country to elections. Enex Jean-Charles was tapped to be the next prime minister after meetings between Privert...
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DESAGREABLE SURPRISE POUR LE PRESIDENT DE LA CHAMBRE

March 24, 2016
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DESAGREABLE SURPRISE POUR LE PRESIDENT DE LA CHAMBRE

MAUVAISE ET DESAGREABLE SURPRISE POUR LE PRESIDENT DE LA CHAMBRE BASSE, CHOLZER CHANCY, QUI S’EST VU REFUSER L’ENTREE AU PALAIS PAR LES AGENTS PREPOSES A LA SECURITE! CES DERNIERS N’ONT PAS MANQUE DE LUI FAIRE SAVOIR QUE L’ORDRE EST VENU DU PRESIDENT PRIVERT LUI-MEME, QUI LUI REPROCHE D’ETRE A L’ORIGINE DU REJET DE SON...
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Greetings from the land of big juicy mangos ! Fermathe, March 22, 2016

March 23, 2016
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Greetings from the land of big juicy mangos ! Fermathe, March 22, 2016

We are grateful that Our Heavenly Father has permitted us to be in Haiti where our eyes and hearts met, and where our sons and their children were born and reared. At our arrival there was not a little shop to buy even matches or lamp oil within seven miles. To buy kerosene for...
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Haiti has a new prime minister amid political crisis

March 23, 2016
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Haiti has a new prime minister amid political crisis

Jocelerme Privert (R), was named Haiti’s acting president to replace the outgoing Michel Martelly and appointed a prime minister in late February (AFP Photo/Hector Retamal) Port-au-Prince (AFP) – Haiti’s interim president named a new prime minister after the last one was essentially rejected by parliament in the latest chapter of the poor country’s chronic...
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Timberland Commissions Study to Test Feasibility of Reintroducing Cotton as Haitian Export Crop

March 23, 2016
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Timberland Commissions Study to Test Feasibility of Reintroducing Cotton as Haitian Export Crop

Timberland Commissions Study to Test Feasibility of Reintroducing Cotton as Haitian Export Crop Timberland, Smallholder Farmers Alliance and Impact Farming Join Forces to Explore Expansion of Successful Sustainable Agroforestry Model in Haiti STRATHAM, N.H., March 22, 2016 – Global outdoor lifestyle brand Timberland, Impact Farming and Haiti-based Smallholder Farmers Alliance (SFA) today announced the...
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Brazil says confirmed and suspected microcephaly cases rise to 5,200

March 23, 2016
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Brazil says confirmed and suspected microcephaly cases rise to 5,200

The number of confirmed and suspected cases of microcephaly in Brazil associated with the Zika virus rose to 5,200 in the week through March 19, from 5,131 a week earlier, the health ministry said on Tuesday. Of these, the number of confirmed cases climbed to 907 from 863 a week earlier, while suspected ones...
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Henex Jean-Charles,le Nouveau Choix du Président Jocelerme Privert

March 23, 2016
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Henex Jean-Charles,le Nouveau Choix du Président Jocelerme Privert

Mars 22, 2016 Comme fritz A. Jean, déboute par la chambre basse, Henex Jean-Charles n’a pas la réputation d’un technocrate prévaricateur. Comme Eriq Pierre, le prevalien désuet, éconduit par la Chambre Haute voilà une décade, Henex Jean Charles ne déambule pas avec la suffisance et l’arrogance a la pochette de sa veste. Henex Jean-Charles...
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MICHEL MARTELLY ENJOYS HOME DELIVERY

March 23, 2016
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MICHEL MARTELLY ENJOYS HOME DELIVERY

Ex-President Michel Martelly welcomed some market ladies with their gift baskets of fruit and vegetables. Sweet Micky remains very popular with the base. Since his retirement, Martelly is often seen in various neighborhoods, visiting with those who put him in power 5 years ago. The Martelly appeal remains high.
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Why The U.N. Is Being Sued Over Haiti’s Cholera Epidemic

March 21, 2016
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Why The U.N. Is Being Sued Over Haiti’s Cholera Epidemic

NPR.org Richard Knox Health workers collect the body of a cholera victim in Petionville, Haiti, February 2011. The disease first appeared on the island in October 2010, likely introduced by U.N. peacekeepers from Nepal, possibly a single individual. David Gilkey/NPR It was 11 on a Tuesday night nearly six years ago when Jean-Clair Desir’s...
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Pour comprendre la défaite du 20 Mars de Jocelerme Privert au Parlement

March 21, 2016
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Pour comprendre la défaite du 20 Mars de Jocelerme Privert au Parlement

par Stanley Lucas Le  14 Février 2016 Jocelerme Privert devenait le Président a.i. d’Haïti suite à un vote de l’Assemblée Nationale d’Haïti.  Ceci est le résultat d’un accord signe entre les pouvoirs Législatif et Judiciaire le 6 Février à la fin du mandat du Président constitutionnel d’Haïti Michel Joseph Martelly. Cet accord donnait a...
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Haiti-Transition:Non A un Premier Ministre ”Cooperant”!

March 21, 2016
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Haiti-Transition:Non A un Premier Ministre ”Cooperant”!

Suite au vote de rejet de l’énonce de la politique générale de Fritz Alphonse Jean et la reprise consécutive de la procédure de nomination d’un nouveau Premier Ministre, les noms de candidats, profil genre COOPERANT, sont agites. Parmi eux, Eriq Pierre, le revenant malheureux et Serge Conille, l’heureux passe-passe. Candidat heureux ou malheureux, les...
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PRIME MINISTER HOPEFUL – AMERICAN CITIZEN – FRITZ JEAN LOSES CONFIDENCE VOTE 38 – 36 WITH 1 ABSTENTION.

March 21, 2016
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PRIME MINISTER HOPEFUL – AMERICAN CITIZEN –  FRITZ JEAN LOSES CONFIDENCE VOTE 38 – 36 WITH 1 ABSTENTION.

Mars 20, 2016 The Confidence or Non-Confidence Vote, however you wish to term it, went against Fritz Jean, a guy with a very shady record as Bank Governor and also as Chairman of a TELECO commission at a time when Aristide, IDT, FUSION, and others were raping our phone system for hundreds of millions...
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LE PROBLÈME PRIVERT— CRISE AU SEIN DE L’ÉTAT D’HAITI : LA PRÉSIDENCE PROVISOIRE EST MAL PARTIE.-

March 21, 2016
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LE PROBLÈME PRIVERT— CRISE AU SEIN DE L’ÉTAT D’HAITI : LA PRÉSIDENCE PROVISOIRE EST MAL PARTIE.-

Depuis l’investiture du président provisoire, Jocelerme Privert, le 14 février dernier, une situation de tension règne au sommet de l’Etat.  Le discours de Privert le 7 février, lors président de l’Assemblée nationale, avait une allure on ne peut plus cavalière et annonçait déjà les couleurs de la confrontation. Dans la cour du Palais national,...
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BILL CLINTON WORRIED ABOUT HAITI SCANDAL THREAT TO HILLARY PRESIDENCY – SENDS ENVOY TO SEE PRIVERT/BELLERIVE IN NATIONAL PALACE – CLINTON REP DIES UPON LEAVING PALACE.

March 20, 2016
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BILL CLINTON WORRIED ABOUT HAITI SCANDAL THREAT TO HILLARY PRESIDENCY – SENDS ENVOY TO SEE PRIVERT/BELLERIVE IN NATIONAL PALACE – CLINTON REP DIES UPON LEAVING PALACE.

Mars 20, 2016 The Bill and Hillary Clinton involvement with Haiti’s failed earthquake  recovery projects in which Bill Clinton placed himself in a position where he could be treated – legally – as a Haitian Citizen. Bill Clinton’s pirated authority, over the $$$ billions in recovery funds, has left him in the criminal spotlight,...
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Cholera Deaths in Haiti Far Exceeds Official Count

March 20, 2016
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Cholera Deaths in Haiti  Far Exceeds Official Count

By RICK GLADSTONE MARCH 18, 2016 Deaths from the cholera epidemic that ravaged Haiti after the 2010 earthquake could be much higher than the 9,200 officially tallied so far because of underreporting during the initial outbreak, a new study suggests. The study, by Doctors Without Borders, found that incomplete surveillance and data collection, overwhelmed...
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CDC issues a Cuba travel warning over the Zika virus

March 20, 2016
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CDC issues a Cuba travel warning over the Zika virus

Ann Swanson- Washington Post Health authorities with the help of the Cuban army fumigate against the Aedes aegypti mosquito to prevent the spread of zika, chikungunya and dengue in a street of Havana, on Feb. 23. The Zika virus is now being transmitted from mosquitoes to people in Cuba, the Centers for Disease Control...
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