Best Hotels In Cap-Haïtien

The Haitian Times, November 10, 2014 Hotel Mont Joli This hotel offers spacious rooms with flat-screen televisions in each room. Guest have access to free wireless service in the lobby. The hotel features a restaurant, bar and large pool overlooking the ocean. Breakfast is also included with hotel reservations. Auberge du Picolet With a 92 […]

November 11, 2014 in Haiti News by

Annual NAHP Conference Highlights Entrepreneurship In Haitian Diaspora

Haitian Times, November 10, 2014 Now in its third year, the annual National Association of Haitian Professionals (NAHP) conference, “Haiti Beyond Haiti – Policies and Pathways to Effective Diaspora Engagement,” introduced a new component to the successful event that looks to focus on entrepreneurs. Inspired by ABC’s hit show Shark Tank, where aspiring business owners […]

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Contemporary Haitian Art – Feel it

  Haïti : Deux siècles de création artistique Exposition (click the image to see a short video…feel it) “L’exposition, la première sur le sujet, propose de découvrir l’extraordinaire richesse de la création artistique haïtienne : elle n’a cessé de jaillir au coeur du destin tourmenté de la première République noire, mêlant poésie, magie, religion et engagement […]

November 8, 2014 in Haiti News, Upcoming Events by

Virgin Record’s Richard Branson Announces Reforestation Project In Haiti

Haitian Times, November 7, 2014 Virgin Records founder Richard Branson announced Thursday his collaboration with the Clinton Foundation and Yunus Social Business Global Initiatives (YSB) on Haiti Forest, a reforesting iniative designed to replenish Haiti’s woodlands. Although 70 percent of the population relies on agriculture as a source of income, about 98 percent of the […]

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«Nou an danje», a strong song to change behavior

Haiti Libre, 11/07/2014 Several artists/composers and performers of the famous Haitian music industry : K-Libr, BIC, Rutchelle Guillaume, Princess Eud, Stanley Georges, Bélo, Tamara Suffren, Darline Desca, Jean Jean Roosevelt and Nathalie Jean, gathered in Port-au-Prince this week to launch the title and the music vide « Nou an danje » (we are in danger). […]

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Haitian prime minister prospects for business

Miami Herald, By Mimi Whitefield, 11/07/2014 Haitian Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe described his efforts to bring Haiti into the digital age Friday as he was saluted as Innovation Leader of the Year at the BRAVO Business Awards in Miami. (Photo: Haitian Prime Minister Larent Lamothe talks with the Haitian press after giving the keynote address […]

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Haiti hopes to woo back tourists with resorts

The Philadelphia Tribune, Associated Press, By David Mcfadden, November 6, 2014 COTES-DE-FER, Haiti — Off this sleepy southern Haitian village, fishermen in weathered wooden boats slowly move across azure waters. Miles of picture-perfect sandy beaches slope gently, fringed by grasses and framed by mountains. (Photo: A group of women sweep a main street in the […]

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Designer Kenneth Cole Opens Boutique in Haiti

ABC News, The Associated Press, Port-Au-Prince, Haiti, Nov 6, 2014 Kenneth Cole has opened a boutique in Haiti that the designer says will bring commercial and humanitarian benefit to the poor Caribbean country. (Photo: Kenneth Cole speaks to press during the opening of his boutique inside the Kinam Hotel complex in Petionville, Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Thursday, […]

November 7, 2014 in Haiti News by

Haitian American Mia Love Makes History As First Black Female Republican Elected To Congress

Haitian Times, November 5, 2014 Haitian American Ludmya “Mia Love” Bourdeau has secured her seat in history as the first black female Republican elected to Congress. “Tonight you have made history!” the former Saratoga Springs mayor said to her supporters Tuesday night. Love defeated Democrat Doug Owens in Utah’s 4th House district with a little […]

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Haiti’s Yanick Lahens wins France’s Femina literary prize

By RFI, Nov 3, 2014 An all-woman jury awarded France’s prestigious Femina Prize to Haiti’s Yanick Lahens on Monday for Bain de lune, a family epic interwoven with the challenges facing her home country. (Photo: Yanick Lahens, Paris, Reuters/Charles Platiau) Israel’s Zeruya Shalev scooped the best foreign-language novel section of the prize for “The Remains […]

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