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Caribbean Development Bank gives Haiti $2.5 mn for disaster insurance

Fox News Latino, EFE, October 24, 2014 The Caribbean Development Bank will grant Haiti $2.57 million to cover Port-au-Prince’s disaster-insurance premium for the 12-month period ending May 31, 2015. “While it is recognized that the payment of premiums is a recurrent expenditure and should normally be provided for in national budgets, the government of Haiti […]

October 25, 2014 in Haiti News by

Review: ‘Vodou: Sacred Powers of Haiti’ opens at Field Museum

Chicago Tribune, By Steve Johnson, October 22, 2014 The first striking thing in “Vodou: Sacred Powers of Haiti,” the haunting, otherworldly new temporary exhibition at the Field Museum, was the smell. The first striking thing in “Vodou: Sacred Powers of Haiti,” the haunting, otherworldly new temporary exhibition at the Field Museum, was the smell. It’s […]

October 24, 2014 in Haiti News by

Surf’s up in Haiti, dude

AL JAZEERA, Oct 21, 2014 Jacmel, Haiti – The Caribbean nation of Haiti is well known for its poverty and insecurity, but although it has never been popular with travelers, some people here are riding a wave of change to make that happen. The Haitian government has earmarked millions of dollars for the tourism sector, […]

October 22, 2014 in Haiti News by

Haitian-Italian Designer Stella Jean Wants To Bring Jobs To Workers In Haiti And Mali

L’Union Suite, by Mrs. Wanda, October 21, 2014 More reasons to love Stella Jean. She’s one of my favorite designers and I love her passion for Haiti and helping Haitian designers. Stella spends a lot of her time getting inspiration and working with Haiti artisans. It would be great to see her open up a […]

October 22, 2014 in Haiti News by

Climate Change Has Coffee Growers In Haiti Seeking Higher Ground

NPR, by Peter Granitz, October 20, 2014 Haiti once produced half the world’s coffee. The lush, shade-covered mountainsides provided an ideal environment for imported Arabica trees. (A Haitian woman holds cherries from a coffee tree. Haiti’s coffee trade was once a flourishing industry, but it has been crippled by decades of deforestation, political chaos and […]

October 20, 2014 in Haiti News by

Obama Administration to Expedite Family Reunification for Some Haitians

The New York Times, By Erik Eckholmoct, October 17, 2014 The Obama administration said Friday that starting in 2015 it would reduce the lengthy delays facing thousands of Haitians who have already been approved to join family members in the United States and become legal permanent residents. Currently, American citizens or permanent residents living in […]

October 18, 2014 in Haiti News by

Hey now, Haiti: young Haitians flip the script on Instagram

Fusion.net, By Tim Rogers, 10/15/2014 Earthquakes. Cholera. Grinding poverty. AIDS. Political upheaval. Most news about Haiti isn’t exactly the cheerful stuff of tourism brochures. But underneath the tiresome tales of suffering and misfortune lies a fascinating country of unutterable beauty, quirky charm and unexpected quaintness. Now, young Haitians — those who have never known a […]

October 16, 2014 in Haiti News by

John Kerry, Haiti Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe Hold Talks

Caribbean Journal, October 11, 2014 United States Secretary of State John Kerry met with Haiti Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe in Washington this week. (Photo: Haiti Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe and US Secretary of State John Kerry (Photo: US Department of State) Kerry lamented the continued delay on holding long-planned municipal and legislative elections in the […]

October 13, 2014 in Haiti News by

U.N. experts say Haiti wreck is not Columbus’ flagship, Santa Maria

CNN News, By Laura Smith-Spark, Tue October 7, 2014 (CNN) — An American explorer’s claim to have found the long-lost Santa Maria, Christopher Columbus’ flagship from his first voyage to the Americas, has been dismissed by a group of U.N. experts. Underwater explorer Barry Clifford made headlines when he said in May that he believed […]

October 11, 2014 in Haiti News by

Haiti’s PM Tells Slum Dwellers About Government’s Focus On Their Needs

Haitian Times, By Joseph Guyler Delva, October 9, 2014   Lamothe said his government has focused its attention on changing the living conditions of the most vulnerable, because lifting people out of extreme poverty, through investments in social and economic sectors, is one sustainable way to change the country for the better. “We are here […]

October 10, 2014 in Haiti News by

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