Haitian Newsletter Articles

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

Haitian Chiropractors, Doesn't this hurt?

Most Haitian women on the countryside carry heavy weights on top of their heads everyday. Makes me wonder, chiropractors, doesn't this habit affect the neck and spine of these poor Haitians?

Insecurity in Haiti - Haitian Journalists PLEASE, STOP IT!

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?

Haiti Auto Repair - Mechanic demands $7,500 Gourdes for a used part that cost $9.80 US brand new

Car parts cost a fortune in Haiti don't they? My car recently broke down in Haiti because of a bad crankshaft position sensor. A mechanic in my hometown demanded HTG $7500 Haitian gourdes for a used replacement part...

Haiti Public School Teachers Salary will increase in October 2017

Good news for public school teachers in Haiti... As of October 2017 Haitian public school teachers will see an increase of 20 to 30 percent...

Haiti Police Nationale Celebrates 22 years of existence

The Haitian national police force is celebrating 22 years of protecting and serving the Haitian people this 12 June 2017.

MONEY Advice : Can you save MONEY by simply leaving it on a Savings Bank Account?

Yes, I agree, putting money away in a savings account is a good way to prevent you from spending it impulsively but if you want to put money away hoping to get some good interest on it, to make your money grow, is a savings account the way to go?

Dany Laferriere : Turneb Delpe used to give me money to go to the movies

Haitian writer and academician Danny Laferierre wrote a great tribute to politician Turneb Delpe after his death. In it, Danny Laferriere racalls moments as a teenager when Turneb Delpe would slip money into his pocket to go to the movies.

BIG problem in Haiti, grown ass men have no respect for little girls

There is something happening in Haiti that really bothers me, I hear it too much, stories about grown ass men and little girls... It bothers me...

Haiti would be better off without international aid, development expert said

Haiti is one of many poor countries where international aid has failed to fulfill its objectives. Despite billions of dollars being pumped in, little has changed since the disastrous earthquake of 2010, Joel Boutroue said.

You call it grilled corn on the cob, we call it Mayi Boukannen!

In Haiti, one of cheapest and most good for you food you can buy in the streets is Mayi Boukannen, simple grilled corn on the cob. For as little as $5 Haitian gourdes, you can eat your grilled corn an be on your way.