Haitian Newsletter Articles

Here are some of the latest articles published on the Haitian Internet Newsletter

The Haitian economy ends the year 2017 with a failing grade

Haiti Economics -- In a text published by Le Nouvelliste, Economist Thomas Lalime presented a balance sheet of the national economy. The Haitian economy got a failing grade...

Haiti, the most beautiful, the most colorful and the poorest, hmmmm...

In a New York Times article, a former American diplomat describes Haiti as "the most beautiful, the most colorful and the poorest" of all the countries he lived and worked in. The former vacation paradise still has a faded beauty, he says.

Le se yon gason ki fe w konveti, sa rele Konveneg!

Mezanmi men kisa k ap diskite nan yon Studio de Beaute gro jou dimanche la: Yonn nan medam yo di "Lè se yon gason ki fe w konketi, sa rele Konvènèg!"

US White House denies claim Trump said 'everyone in Haiti has AIDS'

Washington DC - The White House had denied the New York Times article revealing President Donald Trump said 'everyone in Haiti has AIDS' and Nigerian immigrants 'will never go back to their huts after being allowed into the US'

President Donald Trump reportedly says all Haitians have AIDS

During an immigration meeting at the white house, a furious President Donald Trump reportedly said "all Haitians have AIDS" and Nigerians would never "go back to their huts" in Africa.

Haiti Carnaval 2018: "Ayiti Jan l Dwe Ye" Scheduled for 11, 12, 13 Fevrier

Haiti Carnaval 2018 is happening... Starting Sunday 11 February until Tuesday 13 February, Haitians will gather in Capital Port-au-Prince to celebrate Carnaval. The theme for carnaval this year is Ayiti Jan l Dwe Ye".

Manno Charlemagne's body scheduled to arrive in Haiti at 2pm Tuesday

The body of Haitian singer Manno Charlemagne is scheduled to arrive in Haiti at 2pm this Tuesday, 19 December 2017, Radio Caraibes FM reports...

Traveling to Haiti during the holidays? Hope you made your travel plans early...

Many Haitians travel during the Holidays to spend some time with family and friends. Haitians in the Diaspora often travel to Haiti for the Holidays, but holiday travel can cost you a lot of money, especially if you did not make you reservations early.

Funerals in Haiti: 10 percent of the funeral costs could've kept the dearly departed alive!

Haitian families spend so much money on funerals that one questions: How much did they in invest in trying to keep the dearly departed alive?

Money talks: Haiti is losing big money by not accommodating expats from the United States and Canada

Expatriate Economics: Many middle-class men and women retiring in the United States, with the little pension money they have, are looking for another country nearby where they can live reasonably well without spending too much. Haiti could have taken advantage of that but we are not.