Haitian Internet Newsletter

Read articles about Haiti current events, Haiti news, and some surprising facts about Haiti from the Haitian Internet Newsletter.

The unseen tension in Port-au-Prince Haiti is worse in the minds of those held hostage

There is a silent tension, or should I say stress, in Port-au-Prince Haiti and it's worse in the minds of the people held hostage then what you see and hear in the streets.

Two businessmen convicted in the U.S. for bribing Haitian Government Officials

Two businessmen, Dr. Joseph Baptiste and his partner Roger Richard Boncy, were convicted in a Boston court for soliciting bribes from undercover federal agents who posed as potential investors in a proposed $84 million port project in the Mole-Saint-Nicolas area of Haiti.

VIDEO: Gold Cup - Haiti beats Nicaragua 2-0 and advances to the quarter-finals

Haiti advances to the wuarter finals at the Gold Cuo p after beating Nicaragua 2-0 in Texas on Thusday. Watch the video...

BuscaBiblia, New Online Bible for the Christian Community in Brazil, Chile and the Dominican Republic

Introcuding http://BuscaBiblia.com - A new Online Bible in 3 languages: Spanish, Portugese, and English allows Haitians in the Spanish and Portugese Diaspora to learn these languages using the Bible.

White Rice vs Brown Rice - Why is the bran removed from Rice?

So you prefer white rice over brown rice but did you know exactly why the rice bran was removed to make rice white? Read this...

Rospide Petion, another Haitian journalist murdered in Port-au-Prince

Haitian journalist Rospide Petion, a presenter at Radio Sans Fin (RSF), was murdered in cold blood in Port-au-Prince Monday evening, 10 Jun 2019.

USA lowers Haiti Travel Advisory from Level 4 to Level 3 Tuesday, June 11

The U.S. State Department has reduced its Haiti Travel Advisory from a Level 4 down to a Level 3 travel warning Tuesday.

Haitian parents, having a TV in your child's room could be the reason she is overweight and obese

You love your baby girl so much you put a TV in her room but did you know? Having a television in the bedroom has been found to be associated with to childhood obesity. This is something that most Haitian parents are probably not aware of. Your kid is getting fat and it's your fault.

85 percent of graduate students in Haiti leave the country

85 percent of graduate students in Haiti leave the country and this generates a serious intellectual deficit for the country, according to Saulo Neiva, director of the regional office of the Agence universitaire de la francophonie (AUF).

How much would you be worth today in Haiti if you put 1 million gourdes in the Bank in June 2015?

In June 2015 Haitians were shocked when the Haitian currency rised above 50 gourdes for 1 U.S. dollar. One million gourdes was worth about USD $19,801. What if you put one million Haitian gourdes in the bank back in June 2015, how much would it be worth today, June 2019, in U.S. dollars?