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Mouvement République Haïti Solidaire (MRHS)

Le Mouvement la République Haïti Solidaire, une association a vu le jour pour faire la promotion et la défense des valeurs comme le... more »

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Bob C. is Back! The Radio Caraibes FM journalist returns to the mic after a long absence Bob C. is Back! The Radio Caraibes FM journalist returns to the mic after a long absence

Haitian Journalist Robert Celine dit Bob C. has returned to Radio Caraibes FM after almost 6 months of absence. Bob...

Eating Sweet Potatoes (Patat) can help lower your blood pressure Eating Sweet Potatoes (Patat) can help lower your blood pressure

Haitian Health Tips: Did you know that eating Sweet Potatoes (Patat in Haiti) can help lower your blood pressure? And you thought live in the...

Do you prioritize your everyday activities over your health? Do you prioritize your everyday activities over your health?

I have a very bad habit and I hope for the sake of your health you do not have the same. I prioritize everything else over a simple 30 minute walk...

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PHOTO: President Jocelerme Privert in Hinche Haiti - Ordination Monseigneur Desinord Jean PHOTO: President Jocelerme Privert in Hinche Haiti - Ordination Monseigneur Desinord Jean

Here is a photo of President Jocelerme Privert in Hinche Haiti during the ordination of Monseigneur Desinord Jean. Haiti Ordination of Bishop...

PHOTO: Monseigneur Guire Poulard, Hinche Haiti PHOTO: Monseigneur Guire Poulard, Hinche Haiti

Here is a photo of Monseigneur Guire Poulard at the ordination Monseigneur Desinord Jean at Hinche Cathedral. Monseigneur Guire Poulard was...

Cooking Haitian Style: Spice it up with some leek, parsley and Tomatoes Cooking Haitian Style: Spice it up with some leek, parsley and Tomatoes

Many Haitians use these tasty vegetables to spice up their foods everyday: Poireau (leek), Persil (parsley), and tomate (tomato). I my house, I stay...