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Haiti has always offered a good reason for high-skilled Haitians to leave the country

Professeur Patrice Michel Derenoncourt, kidnapped in Haiti late October 2021 It is funny, this morning I was researching the name of the father of Patrick Gaspard, a lawyer who left Haiti to offer his services to the Democratic Republic of Congo after their Independence and, coincidentally, on the same day journalist Josue Lexidor radio attacked the same issue. more »

The same thing that happenned between the Tutsis and the Hutus will happen in Haiti unless the instigators do something to fix this country

Justice is sleeping in Haiti - The justice system has been put to sleep by crooked politicians and a corrupt oligarchy Many people fear what may happen in Haiti if the people, the common people, decide to fend for themselves. It could be Rwanda all over again. more »

Haiti Education - A new study shows many schools are closed in the poorest neighborhoods of Port-au-Prince

PHOTO: Haiti - Elev Lekol Piblik nou yo (Public School Students) A team of young men and women went around some of the poorest neighborhoods in Port-au-Prince to find out how many schools where functioning. Here is what they found out. more »

Journalist Bob C. advises Haitians in the diaspora to stay away from Haiti for the time being

Haitian Journalist Roberde Celine dit Bob C., L'original, le vrai, l'unique en son genre! Radio Caraibes journalist Robert Celine AKA Bob C. is advising Haitians in the diaspora not to come to Haiti right now because of insecurities that is ravaging the country and causing the lives of just about anybody. more »

A man from Venezuela told me he will take the insecurity in Haiti over food shortages in his country

Former Haitian President Michel Martelly and Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez They say in life every man has his own problems. Every country have their own problems. This old man from Venezuela told me their country is going to hell right now due to food shortages that is causing lots of Venezuelans to go hungry everyday. more »

Essential products prices sky high in Haiti right now, one bag of cement costs $1,000 gourdes

Cement - Made in Haiti While Haitian politicians are fighting for power and the gangs have total control of the streets and the lives of the Haitian population, the price of essential products like food and construction materials is sky High in the country. more »

Earthquake - Young Haitian doctors fresh out of medical school brave the dangers to help their brothers and sisters in south Haiti

A group of young Haitian Doctors Volunteer to help earthquake victims This is the story of five brave young Haitian doctors and a physical therapist, all in their 20s, who pooled their money, bought bandages, antiseptic, gauze and medication, crossed the dangerous frontier of gang infested Martissan to go and help the earthquake victims in South Haiti. more »

Should COVID-19 reach the general population in Haiti the spread will be massive, 2 reasons why

PHOTO: Jour Marché - Devan Tribunal de Paix Fond-des-Negres Haiti... So far, we've been very lucky in Haiti because the Coronavirus (COVID-19) has not yet reached the general population. Here are 2 reasons why the spread of corona virus will be massive in Haiti should this virus reach the general population. more »

Haitian-American Spring Valley Pastor holds mother's funeral on Social Media with church closed due to Coronavirus

Pastor Nathaniel Demosthene - First Timothy Christian Church Spring Valley When the mother of Spring Valley's First Timothee Christian Church Haitian-American pastor Nathaniel Demosthene passed away in the middle of the Coronavirus pandemic, everyone member the church wanted to attend the funeral. So the good pastor decided to hold a virtual funeral for his mother so his assembly could attend while practicing social distancing. more »

COVID-19 / Economy : Haitian taxi drivers in New York complain they cannot make money because of coronavirus

Haitian Taxi Cab in Spring Valley New York There are many Haitians in New York who earned their living driving taxicabs. These days, Haitian cab drivers are struggling to make money because of the Coronavirus outbreak ravaging the state. more »