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IMF greenlights nearly $70 million for impoverished Haiti

CCTV America, May 22, 2015 The International Monetary Fund on Wednesday signed off on a three-year, $69.7 million loan programme for Haiti to help the island country boost its economic growth and make it less vulnerable to shocks. (Photo: In this April 6, 2015 photo, a worker pushes Guy Marcelin, 10, after a therapy session […]

May 24, 2015 in Haiti News by

Haitian Book Fair to celebrate Caribbean culture for 3rd year

Miami Herald, By Connie Ogle, May 17, 2015 Jan Mapou glances around, and everywhere he looks, he sees people staring into their phones, typing away madly. (Photo: Dancers perform at last year’s Haitian Caribbean book fair.) This is why, he says, events like the Haitian Caribbean Book Fair are vital. “Everybody has their little machine,” […]

May 24, 2015 in Haiti News by

Embassy publishes “200 Monuments and Sites of Haiti” reference

Haiti Sentinel, Written by Staff Writer, May 23, 2015. PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (sentinel.ht) – The first copy of a full color detailed reference of “200 Monuments and Sites of Haiti” was delivered to U.S. Ambassador Pamela White on Saturday May 16, 2015 in recognition of the embassy’s contribution for the cultural preservation and documenting project. (Photo: […]

May 24, 2015 in Haiti News by

Haiti’s voodoo culture on display in New Taipei

WantChinaTimes.com, CNA,  05-24- 2015 An exhibition featuring the Haitian Vodou religion is being held at a museum on the world’s religions in New Taipei and is the latest effort by Haiti’s embassy in Taiwan to promote the Caribbean country’s culture. More than 300 Haitian artifacts on the country’s traditional religion and its culture are on display […]

May 24, 2015 in Haiti News by

Haiti’s Embassy celebrates its economic recovery on the Flag Day

THE DIPLOMAT in Spain, Juan D. Latorre, May 23, 2015 The anniversary of one of Haiti’s national symbols, its flag, made up of red and blue colours, was celebrated on Tuesday 19 May by the Republic of Haiti’s Embassy in Spain. The Haitian Chargé d’Affaires, Hubert Labbé (receiving Kenya’s Ambassador in the above picture), highlighted […]

May 23, 2015 in Haiti News by

Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign woos Miami-Dade’s first Haitian-American commission chairman

Miami Herald, By Patricia Mazzei, May 21, 2015 Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign is putting the moves on a man who could prove to be a useful messenger to South Florida’s Haitian-American community. Photo: Jean Monestime bowed to his Miami-Dade County Commission colleagues after they unanimously elected him chairman in November. Jean Monestime, the chairman of […]

May 23, 2015 in Haiti News by

Haiti getting $27M for transportation improvements

Caribbean Journal, May 21, 2015 Haiti is getting a $27 million grant to improve transportation infrastructure, following approval from the Inter-American Development Bank. (Photo: Port-au-Prince, Haiti (CJ Photo) The grant will help modernize and improve the management of Haiti’s roads and ports, the IDB said. It is the first in a series of three policy-based […]

May 22, 2015 in Haiti News by

Beyoncé Visits Haiti

Caribbean Journal, May 17, 2015 Haiti is not unaccustomed to high-profile visitors, from the Clintons to NBA stars like Dwyane Wade, particularly as it has raised its tourism profile in recent years. (Photo: Beyoncé in Haiti) This weekend, though, perhaps an even higher-wattage star traveled to the island: singer Beyoncé, aka Beyoncé Knowles-Carter. The global […]

May 17, 2015 in Haiti News by

Xavier University of Louisiana Elects New President – Dr. Reynold Verret

NEW ORLEANS, May 14, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — The Board of Trustees of Xavier University of Louisiana announced today that it has unanimously elected Dr. C. Reynold Verret as the university’s next president. “I would like to congratulate and welcome Dr. Verret to the Xavier family,” said Michael Rue, chairman of the Board of Trustees. “While […]

May 16, 2015 in Haiti News by

Is it time for France to pay its real debt to Haiti?

The Washington Post, By Ishaan Tharoor, May 13, 2015 In 1791, the slaves of France’s most profitable Caribbean colony, Saint Domingue, revolted. The uprising was kindled by the appalling exploitation and abuse of the colony’s enslaved African population, and stoked by the same Enlightenment values championed by white anti-monarchic revolutionaries in the United States and […]

May 14, 2015 in Haiti News by

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