Tout Haitiens dwe gade, tande epi konprann video sa

In Haiti there are so many Things that make you go Hmmm... Tout Haitiens dwe gade, tande epi konprann video sa. Elèv lekòl ak ivèsitè yo surtout ki panse sa k ap pase en Haiti se yon ti bagay like this like that. more »

List of Centenarians in Haiti - List of Haitians who lived to be 100 years old or more

Madame Jeanbart - Haitians over 100 years old Here is the complete list of Centenarians in Haiti. A centenarian is an individual who has lived for at least 100 years and Haiti has quite a few of them, Haitians who lived to be 100 years old or more. more »

Facing the Deluge: Haiti's Battle Against Devastating Mudslides

Mudslides block the roads to Camp-Perrin Haiti after Aug 14 2021 earthquake Haiti, a country marked by rugged terrain and frequent heavy rainfall, is particularly susceptible to mudslides. The combination of deforestation, inadequate infrastructure, and poverty exacerbates the risk, as soil erosion weakens the stability of hillsides. more »

When did kidnapping for ransom start to become an issue in Haiti and how did it coincide with the introduction of MINUSTAH in the country?

Haitians are screaming down with kidnapping but no one is coming to the rescue, not the government not the so call friends of Haiti Nowadays, with problems of kidnapping and insecurity being such a hot topic in Haiti, one wonders when did kidnapping for ransom actually start becoming an issue in our country. The answers on this page may surprise you. more »

Haiti's brain drain: Back in the 1960s lots of Haitian teachers and doctors left Haiti and moved to the Democratic Republic of Congo

Just like Barack Obama is a byproduct of an African man who left his seeds in America, Patrick Gaspard is a byproduct of the Haiti brain drain In the early 1960s, hundreds of Haitian professionals, including teachers, professors, engineers, and doctors, embarked on a journey to Africa. While this migration marked a significant effort to support the growth of African nations, it simultaneously led to a brain drain from Haiti, impacting its development on multiple fronts. more »

Haiti's Brain Drain: 85 percent of Haitian College Graduates leave the country

Education in Haiti Did I read this correctly? Eighty five percent of college graduates in Haiti leave the country. Talk about a brain drain! more »

Embracing Identity: Why some Haitian women retain their maiden names and refuse to take their husbands names after marriage

When Ertha Pascal married Ernst Trouillot, she kept her maiden name and became Ertha Pascal-Trouillot In Haitian culture, a woman get married, she loses her last name and take her husband's last name. That's what we all know to be true. While the majority of Haitian women do adopt their husband's name after marriage, an increasing number of women are choosing to retain their maiden names or combine it with the last name of their husbands. This decision is creating problems in many relationships. more »

How many generations to be considered of Haitian descent? How to know if you are of Haitian descent

Wyclef Jean Holding His Green Card And Haitian Passport I was reviewing one of the comments made about Stephen Curry on this website, an American basketball player in the NBA who happens to be of Haitian descent. So I decided to clarify what it means to be of Haitian descent once and for all. more »

Can I Eat Mangoes if I have Diarrhea?

Haitian Mango - It's Mango season in Haiti! Can you eat mangoes when you have diarrhea? The answer is YES. Did you know eating mangoes can help to control diarrhea? more »

Would you still work if you were 75 years old or older? More Americans are doing that and it is not because they're broke

At 76 years old, Haitian man Jeudy Jean Horel went back to high school When you're young you can't wait to grow up. Then you grow up now you can't wait to retire. Now you're retired and you want to go back to work. Isn't that funny? more »