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Public safety in Haiti is not only the job of the Haitian Police, all citizens must be involved

Many people are quick to blame the police in Haiti for failing to protect and serve; meanwhile, they refuse to share critical information with the police. Se je wè, bouch pe!

US Embassy in Haiti alerts Americans employees in the country to seek safe shelter amid Nov. 18 street Protests

The U.S. Department of State Bureau of Consular Affairs issued the following security alert to American employees in Haiti ahead of the Nov. 18 2018 Street protests:

Haiti's government wants ZERO dead during Hurricane Season 2018

Haitian prime minister Jack Guy Lafontant his his government discusses all the options at a recent council of minister (Conseil des Minister). The objective is ZERO dead during the 2018 hurricane season.

President Jovenel promises FREE internet access at the Champs de Mars, Port-au-Prince, Haiti

Haitian president Jovenel Moise just added another promise to his list of promises to the Haitian people... FREE Internet access in Champs de Mars, Haiti's central park, in capital Port-au-Prince.

2 Haitian Police Officers Shot and Killed Wednesday in Grand-Ravine, 7 wounded in total

Two Haitian Policemen of the Unité départementale de maintien d'ordre (UDMO) were Shot and Killed Monday in an operation that took place in Grand-Ravine neighborhood, communal section of Croix-des-Bouquets, West, Haiti.

IDB to invest US $65 million in Haiti to improve potable water and sanitation services

Haiti will improve the provision of potable water and sanitation services in the metropolitan area of Port-au-Prince and rural areas (particularly affected by Hurricane Matthew) thanks to a US $ 65 million grant from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB).

Port-au-Prince Haiti, one of the largest cities in the world without a central sewage system

Did you know??? Port-au-Prince, Haiti, is one of the largest cities in the world without a central sewage system. Guess how many sewage treatment plants exist in Haiti.

Earthquake in Mexico: Haitian Volunteers rush in to help the victims

Several young Haitian students and professionals residing in Mexico joined Mexico City Civil Protection Relief Services to assist victims of the earthquake that rocked central Mexico on September 19 and caused the death of approximately 300 people...

257 NGOs banned from operating in Haiti

The Haitian government has just revoked the operating license of 257 non-governmental organizations (NGOs) operating in Haiti.

Haitian Peasants form a KONBIT for Road Maintenance

Haitian peasants in Trois Roches, a small village outside the city of Hinche, are forming a KONBIT Saturday in order to do some maintenance in the stretch of muddy road that leads to their village.