Haiti's government wants ZERO dead during Hurricane Season 2018

Haitian prime minister Jack Guy Lafontant his his government discusses all the options at a recent council of minister (Conseil des Minister). The objective is ZERO dead during the 2018 hurricane season.

PHOTO: Flooding in Cap Haitien Haiti - Residents trying to push a vehicle out of the flood water

The hurricane season in Haiti begins in June and lasts until the end of November. During that time, there are often reports of deaths and property damage, especially on the countryside where people attempt to cross flooded rivers.

The Haitian government is mobilizing the population to help and encourage eatchother to say safe and from harms way this hurricane season.

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