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More deaths and injuries reported in Haiti amid slow response to earthquake

Miami Herald, by Jacqueline Charles, October 08, 2018 The death toll in Haiti rose to 17 on Monday and the number of injured people doubled after disaster response volunteers were finally able to reach some remote communities affected by Saturday’s 5.9-magnitude earthquake that rocked the northern region. A total of 333 people were injured, the Office […]

October 9, 2018 in Haiti News by

Death toll in Haiti earthquake rises to 15; at least 333 injured

Thousands of people along Haiti’s north coast have dragged mattresses and chairs outside, fearing new aftershocks. ABC News, by Associated Press / Oct.08.2018 PORT-DE-PAIX, Haiti — The death toll from a 5.9 earthquake that hit Haiti over the weekend rose to at least 15 people with 333 injured, according to updated figures released Monday by authorities, […]

October 9, 2018 in Haiti News by

Haiti earthquake: Hospital struggles to cope with patients

Lack of supplies and damage to hospital building, power outage and strong aftershocks in Port-de-Paix after quake. Aljazeera, October 9, 2018 Hospitals in Haiti’s northwestern city of Port-de-Paix are labouring to cope with the fallout from an earthquake and strong aftershocks which killed at least 12 people. Photo:  [Ricardo Rojas/Reuters] The city, which is about 219km […]

October 8, 2018 in Haiti News by

Official opening of the national office of the CBD in Haiti

Haiti Libre, 9/23/18 Friday, the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB)officially opened its Country Office in Haiti, the first outside its Headquarters in Barbados. To commemorate the occasion, Dr. William Warren Smith, President of the Bank, hosted an inauguration event, which First Lady of the Republic of Haiti, Her Excellency Martine Moïse; Apostolic Nuncio, Ambassador Eugène Martin […]

September 23, 2018 in Haiti News by

Naomi Osaka Reportedly Lands Record-Breaking 8.5 Million ….

Naomi Osaka Reportedly Lands Record-Breaking 8.5 Million Adidas Deal and Inks Big Nissan Endorsement Deal L’Union Suite, September 17, 2018 Naomi’s reign is just getting started. Less than a week after she topped Serena Williams in a controversial US Open final to became the first Haitian and Japanese player to win a Grand Slam title, the […]

September 23, 2018 in Haiti News by

Higher incomes for mango farmers in Haiti

Wageningen World, Author: Rik Nijland, September 2018 ‘A lot of mangos disappear or end up as juice in Haiti before they get to the harbour in Portau-Prince,’ says researcher Rene Oostewechel of Wageningen Food & Biobased Research. He and Jan Brouwers of Wageningen Centre for Development Innovation did a study for the World Bank to […]

September 23, 2018 in Haiti News by

NAAHP Conference in Miami – Oct. 25-27, 2018

September 23, 2018 in Haiti News, Upcoming Events by

Gentrification Is Pushing Haitians Out of Miami’s Little Haiti

With the steep rise of rents and the closure of cultural touchstones like botanicas, some Haitian immigrants don’t feel at home in their own neighborhood. Vice, By Christian Portilla, Sep 21 2018 From 2014 until this past April, I lived on Northwest Second Avenue in Miami, Florida’s Little Haiti neighborhood. Migrants from Haiti began arriving here in […]

September 23, 2018 in Haiti News by

Gran Colombia, Haiti, and the Prospects of Regional Integration

The following article was prepared by Daniel I. Pedreira – political historian, author, and President of Cuban Cultural Heritage.  The article is a part of the Le Flambeau Foundation Heritage Educational Series. By Daniel I. Pedreira, September 9, 2018 The dawn of the 19th century paved the way for an era of independence for the […]

September 20, 2018 in Education, Foundation News, Haiti News by

UN Migration Agency Strengthens Preparations for Peak Hurricane Season in Haiti, Caribbean

UN Migration Agency, September 14, 2018 Port-au-Prince – With peak hurricane season arriving in early September, the UN Migration Agency (IOM) in Haiti is intensifying its emergency preparedness capacity thanks to additional funding from the European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations (ECHO). The new funding provided by ECHO will allow IOM to have ready […]

September 15, 2018 in Haiti News by

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