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TPS For Haitians

TPS For Haitians

Many Haitians nationals have had Temporary protected status (TPS) in the United States since 1990. With TPS, Haitians are allowed to live and work in the United States fo a limited time.

What is Temporary Protected Status?

Temporary protected status (best known by Haitians as "TPS") is a temporary status given to eligible nationals of designated countries who are present in the United States.

Read more about TPS at wikipedia.org

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PHOTO: Pierre Josue Agenor Cadet - Haiti Education Minister

PHOTO: Pierre Josue Agenor Cadet - Haiti Education Minister

Here is a photo of Haitian Ministre Pierre Josué Agénor Cadet, ministre de l'Éducation nationale et de la Formation professionnelle

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Haiti - Medecins Sans Frontieres Notice : Hospital is closed

Haiti - Medecins Sans Frontieres Notice : Hospital is closed

Take a look at this... A sign on the gate of a Doctors Without Borders (Médecins Sans Frontières) hospital reads in Haitian Creole and french "We are no longer receiving patients, the hospital is closed. Thank you for your understanding."

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PHOTO: Haiti Education - What a Shame, this is a Public School in Aquin, Sud Haiti

PHOTO: Haiti Education - What a Shame, this is a Public School in Aquin, Sud Haiti

Look at this... What a shame! This is what a Haitian public school (ecole National) look like in 3eme Section Brodequin, Aquin, Sud Department in Haiti. This is the shameful reality of how Haitian students are receiving their education in Haiti.

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PHOTO: Haiti Education - What a Shame, this is a Public School in Aquin, Sud Haiti

PHOTO: Haiti Education - What a Shame, this is a Public School in Aquin, Sud Haiti

Look at this... What a shame! This is what a Haitian public school (ecole National) look like in 3eme Section Brodequin, Aquin, Sud Department in Haiti. This is the shameful reality of how Haitian students are receiving their education in Haiti.

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PHOTO: Haiti Education - What a Shame, this is a Public School in Aquin, Sud Haiti

PHOTO: Haiti Education - What a Shame, this is a Public School in Aquin, Sud Haiti

Look at this... What a shame! This is what a Haitian public school (ecole National) look like in 3eme Section Brodequin, Aquin, Sud Department in Haiti. This is the shameful reality of how Haitian students are receiving their education in Haiti.

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Haitian Chicken aka Poulet Creole, Poul Peyi, Poul Di

Haitian Chicken aka Poulet Creole, Poul Peyi, Poul Di

A Haitian chicken goes by many names: Some call it poulet creole, most Haitians call it "Poul Peyi" to differentiate it from the popular white leghorn imported chicken.

Others call it "Poul Di" because it meat is nice and firm compared to the leghorn chicken.

Whatever you choose to call it, know this...

Haitians prefer the Haitian creole chicken then the alternative imported white chicken; however, the latter is cheaper and Haitian is a poor country. That makes the poul peyi a delicacy these days.

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What's for Breakfast : Boiled eggs and sliced mangoes

What's for Breakfast : Boiled eggs and sliced mangoes

When it's mango season in Haiti, there's of plenty of fresh organic mangoes to eat. Add some boiled eggs to the plate and you have yourself a nice, delicious organic Haitian breakfast.

I always add crushed garlic and leek (that's poireau in English) on top of my boiled eggs.

Leek or poireau in French adds the following to your breakfast:
potassium, dietary fiber, vitamin A, vitamin B-6, iron and magnesium to this simple breakfast.

Garlic reduces your blood pressure, improves your cholesterol level, improves your bone health. overall, it helps you live longer.

To learn more about the eggs and mangoes health properties, read the related articles below.

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PHOTO: Haiti Education - The Shameful look of a Public School in Plaine-du Nord

PHOTO: Haiti Education - The Shameful look of a Public School in Plaine-du Nord

Take a look at this... The shameful reality of how Haitian students are receiving their education in Haiti. Someone posted this image of a public school (ecole national) in Bois Rouge, 2ème Section Basse Plaine, Plaine-du Nord Haiti

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PHOTO: Jacqueline Charles - Journalist - Miami Herald

PHOTO: Jacqueline Charles - Journalist - Miami Herald

Here is a photo of Jacqueline Charles, a Haitian-American journalist and Caribbean corespondent for the Miami Herald.

Jacqueline Charles was born in the Turks and Caicos, she grew up in Miami, her mother is Haitian.

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