Haiti Minister of Tourism invites the Haitian diaspora to visit friends and family in Haiti this Summer

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Marley Sou Facebook says...

Lari yo two sal m pap vini. Petyon vil lakay mwen chaje mache nan tout lari a.... Lew rive bo ansyen simetye a, la tounnen kwabosal 2. Bo ansyen... more »

Ralph Sou Facebook says...

Le seul ou rare ministere proactif en Haiti qui travaille incessamment pour ameliorer l'image du pays a l'exterieur afin d'attirer les investisseurs... more »

Willienne Sou Facebook says...

Pou nou ka fe plis kob. 10$ pa tet. Ala moun yo konn kob papa. more »

Leonel Sou Facebook says...

M panse se yon gro pa pou ayiti paske, malgre, se ayitien ki touris peyi-a, akoz de insekirite, yo te oblije al pran detant yo nan lot peyi ki koute... more »

Jean says...

Dear Minister of Tourism. Many Haitians would love to vacation in Haiti, but they are afraid of being mugged. This week, I know two people who went... more »

Frantz Nelson says...

While the government is asking Haitians to go on vacation, there are kidnapping going on right after you leave the airport. Isn't that double... more »

Frantz Nelson says...

We have 85 percent of Haitian intellectuals living in the diaspora in which we were forced to live outside our country for the interest of Haitian... more »

B Murphy Bridge says...

Article om Haiti by Germany's magazine DER SPIEGEL A DAMNED PARADISE Does Haiti Need Tourism? Or Does It Need Justice? Human rights attorney Mario... more »