Haitian Internet Newsletter

Read articles about Haiti current events, Haiti news, and some surprising facts about Haiti from the Haitian Internet Newsletter.

Haiti is closer to losing its rich biodiversity than almost any other country in the world, expert says

Read this... By the year 2035 more than half Haiti's species will be wiped out. Haiti is closer to losing its rich biodiversity than almost any other country in the world, says Temple University scientist Blair Hedges.

Haiti: NO Gas at the pumps despite BMPAD reassurance

There is a big gas shortage at the pumps in various parts of Haiti despite government officials saying there is gas available in Haiti.

Carrefour Feuilles Haiti wakes up in chaos after a police officer is shot dead

Carrefour Feuilles Haiti woke up in protest early Thursday morning after a police officer was shot and killed by unidentified individuals.

News reporting about Haiti can be boring sometimes

Let me tell you something.... After so many years talking about Haiti, I hate to say that sometimes there is nothing to report. Nothing interesting anyway!!! Imagine my dilemma, I wake up every morning to scan news about Haiti to find interesting news to report to you. Lately, Haitian radio news seems more like an obituary, a comedy show and news about gang leaders vs. the police. What is there to report?

VIDEO: Haiti - Liliane Pierre-Paul blames the l'Etat Haitien after Radio Kiskeya Fire

Watch this video... Haitian journalist Liliane Pierre-Paul says it is the fault of the State of Haiti (l'Etat Haitien) that she lost her radio station, Radio Kiskeya, and she will rebuild it without their help.

Message for the New Year 2019

I wanted to take this moment to wish you a Happy New Year 2019. I will be drinking my Soup Joumou this year on the countryside South of Haiti. News reporting will resume second week of January.

Former Haitian army General Williams Regala is dead

Former Haitian army General Williams Regala died Sunday December 23, 2018, at the age of 81, at his residence in Port-au-Prince.

Haiti Radio Kiskeya devastated by fire, all is lost, Liliane Pierre Paul said

Radio Kiskeya, a well known Haitian radio station in Port-au-Prince, was devastated by a fire Friday night, December 21, Haitian journalist Liliane Pierre Paul, co-owner of the radio station said all is lost.

Economy - Jobs : Dominican Entrepreneur wants to create more textile jobs in Haiti

Did you know? The Industrial Development Company (CODEVI) located in the Ouanaminthe free zone in Northern Haiti currently employs more than 11,000 Haitians in the textile sector. That's 20 percent of the workforce in this sector. They want to create even more jobs.

Haiti Petro Challenge movement switches to a new phase: Nou Pap Domi

The PetroCaribe movement has been dormant in Haiti for a while but now the Petro Challengers just woke up once again with a new form of protest.