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Princeton janitor brings clean water to hometown in Haiti

CNN, By Poppy Harlow and Jackson Loo, CNN, Thu January 22, 2015 (CNN)When you pass Josue Lajeunesse in the halls of Princeton University’s commanding campus, he glances up, smiles and carries on doing what he has done for the past 20 years: cleaning. Keeping the dormitories and lecture halls spotless for Ivy League students has […]

August 29, 2015 in Haiti News by

Undiscovered Haiti with Jose Andres (9/1/15)

PBS, August 28, 2015 Join world-renowned chef José Andrés on an exploration of the most unknown – and some say, the most beautiful – country in the Caribbean. While most Americans know Haiti only through its disasters (earthquake, hurricane, poverty), José explores the UNDISCOVERED HAITI. As a chef and humanitarian, José is convinced we can […]

August 29, 2015 in Haiti News by

Chicago’s Founder Jean Baptiste Pointe DuSable

An educational piece about Chicago founder from Haiti, Jean Baptiste Pointe DuSable Posted August 29, 2015 – Appeared on “Did You Know” show on Oct 15, 2013 In this week’s Did You Know, Chris DeRose gives us some history on Chicago’s first resident, Jean Baptiste Pointe DuSable.

August 29, 2015 in Foundation News, Haiti News by

CARICOM Wants More International Support To End Forced Deportation Of Haitians

Haitian Times, August 26, 2015 PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (CMC) — The international community is being urged to have a greater involvement in the matter involving the repatriation and deportation of Haitian migrants and Dominicans of Haitian descent from the Dominican Republic. A Caribbean Community (CARICOM) statement noted that the issue was discussed earlier this week between […]

August 27, 2015 in Haiti News by

Carifesta XII – Photo Updates

Ministère de la Culture Haïti, August 25, 2015 Les spectateurs ayant opté pour le menu du Ciné Théâtre Triomphe, ce mardi 25 août – entre 20 et 22 heures, ont eu droit à un show magistralement orchestré et mené par l’artiste Erol Josué et une pléiade de jeunes acteurs talentueux. “21 Nanchon” a su faire […]

August 27, 2015 in Haiti News by

Haiti Drought Cuts Harvests, Raises Prices, Food Crisis Looms

Voice of America, Reuters, August 26, 2015 BOGOTA—A severe drought in Haiti has led to acute water shortages, shriveled harvests and raised food prices, weakening the fragile food supply and worsening hunger among the poor, the U.N. World Food Program (WFP) said. The poorest country in the Americas, Haiti already struggles to feed its population […]

August 27, 2015 in Haiti News by

Haitian Refugees Face Humiliation and Hopelessness

NBC News, by Tracy Jarrett, August 24, 2015 Loulouse Analcius was on her way to a prenatal checkup with her husband when they were stopped by police. Authorities packed them into a car and, within hours, dropped them off at the border between their home country, Haiti, and the Dominican Republic, the country where they’d […]

August 25, 2015 in Haiti News by

Temporary Protected Status Extended for Haiti

Release Date: August 25, 2015 WASHINGTON—Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson has extended Haiti’s designation for Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for an additional 18 months. The extended designation is effective Jan. 23, 2016, through July 22, 2017. Current TPS Haiti beneficiaries seeking to extend their TPS status must re-register during a 60-day period that runs […]

August 25, 2015 in Haiti News by

Dr Louis Noisin, fondateur de l’URHC, n’est plus

We send our condolences to the family of Dr. Louis Noisin.  Le Flambeau Foundation. ANMWE, August 6, 2015 CAP-HAITIEN – Le Dr Louis Noisin, fondateur de l’Institut Roi Henri Christophe est décédé ce mercredi 5 août 2015 au Cap-Haitien. C’est un mapou géant qui disparaît. Plusieurs s’en souviennent… ”Le 8 octobre 1980, date inouïe dans l’histoire […]

August 23, 2015 in Haiti News by

Caribbean arts festival in Haiti for first time

Miami Herald, Haiti, By Jacqueline Charles, August 21, 2015, PORT-AU-PRINCE – Haiti loves a bacchanal. On Friday, the country kicked off perhaps its biggest carnival yet with the opening of the Caribbean Festival of the Arts, CARIFESTA XII, on its Champ de Mars. (Photo: St. Vincent and the Grenadines at CARIFESTA XII opening ceremony in […]

August 22, 2015 in Haiti News by

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