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Haiti Trekking: A Beginner’s Guide

Uncornered Market, July 26th, 2015 by Audrey Scott The sounds of konpa, Haiti’s version of merengue meets jazz, floated from the kitchen to our spot on the front porch. We sat around a large wooden dining table, fleece jackets zipped up, our hands cupped around mugs of Haitian hot chocolate flavored with star anise, cinnamon, […]

January 30, 2016 in Haiti News by

Little Haiti Barbecue Joint Coming Soon Courtesy Of Kris Wessel

New Times, By Zachary Fagensontuesday, January 26, 2016 It’s been nearly four years since Kris Wessel had a flag planted in Miami’s northern reaches. His beloved Red Light Little River shuttered in 2012 after he lost the lease. Come late February, he’ll be back with the pocket-size spot Tropical Barbecue. (Photo: Kris Wessel is taking […]

January 27, 2016 in Haiti News by

Haiti at 2nd largest tourism fair in the world

iciHaiti, 01/23/2016 For the 4th consecutive year, Haiti, participates from January 20 to 24 in the 36th edition of FITUR 2016 (International Tourism Trade Fair) in Madrid. Recall that the FITUR is the 2nd largest tourism fair in the world, recorded in 2015 a participation record with 225,000 visitors of which at least 120,000 professionals. […]

January 24, 2016 in Haiti News by

International Community Appeals for Dialogue, Calm in Haiti

ABC News, By David Mcfadden, Associated Press Port-Au-Prince, Haiti — Jan 23, 2016 The international community appealed for dialogue and calm in Haiti on Saturday after a presidential and legislative runoff was put on hold indefinitely. The United Nations, international election observers and foreign governments urged the volatile Caribbean country’s feuding political actors to negotiate […]

January 24, 2016 in Haiti News by

Haiti cancels Sunday presidential runoff elections

Miami Herald, By Jacqueline Charles, January 22, 2016 PORT-AU-PRINCE . Amid escalating violent protests and attacks on electoral offices around the country, Haitian elections officials Friday afternoon abruptly canceled Sunday’s planned presidential and partial legislative runoffs. (Photo:  Demonstrators march during a street protest after it was announced that the runoff Jan. 24, presidential election had […]

January 23, 2016 in Haiti News by

UN and partners in Haiti reiterate support for conclusion of electoral process

United Nations, UN.org, 22 January 2016 The United Nations and its partners in Haiti reiterated today their support for the outcome of the electoral process in the country, where political tensions have simmered ahead of the second round of presidential polls, which was set for Sunday, but which reportedly has been postponed. (Photo:  Haitians voted […]

January 23, 2016 in Haiti News by

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day

January 18, 2016 We honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. – his dream and his spirit live on.  Make a difference this Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day through service.  Freedom rings for all. Le Flambeau Foundation  

January 18, 2016 in Foundation News, Haiti News by

Larissa Senatus learns about the world by doing

Mechanical engineering major hopes to bring hands-on learning opportunities home to Haiti. MIT News, Catherine Curro Caruso | MIT News correspondent , January 13, 2016 Larissa Senatus has been immensely curious about the world around her ever since she was very young. “I was always the one child that broke everything because I wanted to […]

January 14, 2016 in Haiti News by

In Exile

Deportations and violence have driven tens of thousands of people of Haitian descent from their homes in the Dominican Republic — while the world is silent. New York Times, By Jonathan M. Katz, Jan. 13, 2016 At the far southeastern tip of Haiti, just outside the border town of Anse-à-Pitres, there was a farm. When the […]

January 14, 2016 in Haiti News by

January 12th – In Memory

January 12, 2016 Dear Friends: The date of January 12th 2010 marks a day in history that will never be forgotten. It was a day that changed our lives forever and impacted the country we hold dear to our hearts. The earthquake that occurred in 2010 not only affected the landscape of Haiti but the […]

January 12, 2016 in Foundation News, Haiti News, Upcoming Events by

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