Haitian Newsletter Articles

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

Haiti VISA: Dominican Republic removes $150 increase on VISA costs to Haitians

The Dominican Republic has decided to reverse its decision to increase VISA costs to Haitians from about $200US to $350US following a meeting with Haitian senate president Joseph Lambert and Chamber of Deputes president Gary Bodeau.

WOW... An article about Haiti made me think about myself and my country all over again!

I just read this article by Morgan Meis about Haiti and, as a Haitian, it made me think about myself and my country all over again... You should read it too!

Haiti Earthquake reported in the Nippes Department Sunday

There was an earthquake reported in 4 communes of the Nippes department of Haiti Sunday 01 April 2018. No injuries have been reported.

Haiti Environment : Metal Mining Would Be Disastrous for Haiti (VIDEO) - Read this...

Metal mining in Haiti will bring profits to the few and more misery for the masses, according to an Op-Ed from the New York Times. Given the unique vulnerabilities Haiti faces, mining could deal the country's environment and economy a blow from which it would never recover.

FLASH: Elderly Haitian agronomist William Michel commits suicide at the age of 75

Haiti is mourning the death of Agronomist and Engineer William Michel. The old man committed suicide Wednesday, at the age of 75. What would drive a 75 year old Haitian man to commit suicide?

Why call it "GOOD Friday" when it is the day Jesus died on the Cross?

Don't you find it interesting that the dark and bleak event commemorating a day of suffering and death of Jesus Christ is called Good Friday?

HAITI: Make friends with the kind of people you want to be like BUT, who wants to be a mentor in this country?

When I was younger, I was given this advice: Make friends with the kind of people you want to be like. It is good advice but, in Haiti, it doesn't seem to work if your intention is to find a great mentor to help you in your path to success.

Haiti bank robbery at FONKOZE caisse populaire in Gros-Mornes leaves 3 people wounded

A bank robbery at the FONKOZE caisse populaire in Gros-Mornes, Artibonite Haiti, leaves 3 people wounded and many clients in tears.

Les Mendiants en Haiti - Nan tan lontan, mande te konn fet devan legliz, konye a sa chanje

En Haiti nan tan lontan, se malere ki te konn ap mande devan legliz, konye a, mande vinn tounen you institution nan peyi a. genyen plis mendiants. Moun kap mande nan peyi dayiti vinn pi agressif.

Pedernales : The Dominican Republic border town economy relies heavily on Haitian consumers

Imagine that... Due to the fact that Haiti's central government has completely ignored it's Haitian border cities and towns over the years. The Dominicans have been making their bread and butter selling goods and services to these desperate Haitians... Casing point: Perdanales, Dominican Republic vs Anse-à-Pitres, Haiti.