The NGO Class - A new Social Class has emerged in Haiti, Read all about it

Haiti's NGO Class - Expatriates living like kings in Haiti on aid money Have you heard? Haiti has a new Social Class called the "NGO Class". It is group of expatriates comfortably living in Haiti making big money, big aid money, working for the more than 10,000 non-governmental organizations who are operating in the country. more »

Haitian journalists, please stop screaming Insecurity in Haiti just because a crime has been committed

Did you know? In the United States, an estimated 1,197,704 violent crimes occurred nationwide in 2015. How many violent crimes occurred in Haiti that same year? more »

The Haitian media has turned our gang leaders into Superstars like Bonnie and Clyde

In Haiti there are so many Things that make you go Hmmm... The Haitian media will not suppress any information that are damaging to the image of the Republic of Haiti. more »

An American Priest in Haiti brokers a Peace Pledge between 4 rival gangs while the Government cannot or will not

A signed peace agreement between 4 rival gangs in Haiti An American priest from North Philadelphia manages to do what Haitian government officials are either unwilling or unable to do: Get four rival gangs to sit down and sign a peace agreement so that the people in the Cite Soleil slum of Port-Au-Prince can breathe. more »

How big is the Haitian Police force in 2023?

Jean Jean Roosevelt Surrounded by Police in Mirebalais Haiti According to the United Nations Haiti's national police consists of around 9,000 officers and only 3,500 of them are on duty at any given time. more »

Which city is more dangerous: Tijuana Mexico or Port-au-Prince Haiti?

Insecurity in Haiti - Real of Fake? I recently visited Cancun, Mexico, but I promise you, If I had the chance to read all the news articles on the internet with the title: "10 Most Dangerous Cities In Mexico," I would probably change my mind about going to Playa Del Carmen. more »

My creativity has been kidnapped by my problems LOL

Sometimes in the course of life, the very thing that you love to do everyday ends up in a trash can somewhere because, life happens. more »

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 »