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Recent Haitian Newsletter Articles...

Haiti Education : School Opens September 4th 2017 Haiti Education : School Opens September 4th 2017

The academic year 2017 will begin on September 4th in Haiti says the Ministère de l'Education Nationale et de la Formation Professionnelle. (MENFP). All schools are supposed to open their doors on that day yet each year parents in Haiti complain about all the money they need to send their

Haitians in US fearing deportation by President Trump pour into Canada seeking Asylum Haitians in US fearing deportation by President Trump pour into Canada seeking Asylum

Many Haitians living in the United States are so afraid they will be deported by President Donald Trump that they've decided to stream across the U.S. border into Canada seeking asylum. A immigration official in Quebec told Reuters they are getting as many as 150 Haitian refugees a day. Aid

Poverty is MORE visible in Haiti - True or False? Poverty is MORE visible in Haiti - True or False?

There is poverty everywhere in the world but in Haiti poverty is simply more visible. People with money in Haiti look POOR. So if you don't have money it is even worse... This is one of the topics being discussed on Haitian radio today... In many parts of the world you can be poor and still live

Haiti Selling POOR Quality Gasoline at the Pumps, Le Nouvelliste reports Haiti Selling POOR Quality Gasoline at the Pumps, Le Nouvelliste reports

The quality of fuel being sold in Haiti is "bad" according to a report from Haitian Newspaper Le Nouveliste. You think you are putting 95 octane Gasoline in your engine? You're not... Keep on reading... The Gasoline and Diesel being sold at the pumps in Haiti does not meet the standards

85 percent of the 10,000+ seeking asylum in Canada are of Haitian origin 85 percent of the 10,000+ seeking asylum in Canada are of Haitian origin

According to the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA), 80% to 85% of asylum seekers are of Haitian origin. Others come from various countries, including Sudan and Turkey. More than 10,000 asylum seekers have been intercepted in Quebec after illegally crossing the Canada-US border since the

More Haitian Photo Stories...

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Gade photo saa... Haiti Elections Day, 25 Octobre 2015, La Police National la Mobilize nan tout peyi a pou jounen Electoral la byen pase.....

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PHOTO: Haiti Elections Day - GWO Mobilization La Police PHOTO: Haiti Elections Day - GWO Mobilization La Police

Gade photo saa... GWO Mobilization La Police jounen Electoral 25 Octobre 2015 la... La Police National la Mobilize nan tout peyi a pou jounen...

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Yon Haitien monte sou chair legliz li di: "Lèm te nan lemond mwen te konn touye moun, fè yo tounen zonbi, fè yo travay nan...

Haiti Healthcare : Infant and maternal mortality rate drop 50 percent Haiti Healthcare : Infant and maternal mortality rate drop 50 percent

Take a look at this... Haiti's health financing according to World Bank. There is some progress but there are also many challenges... Infant and...