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Naomi Osaka's Father Leonard Francois with Haiti Sports Minister Edwing Charles

Naomi Osaka's Father Leonard Francois with Haiti Sports Minister Edwing Charles

Here is a photo of Leonard Francois, father of Haitian-Japanese Tennis champion Naomi Osaka and Edwing Charles, Minister of Sports, Youth and Civic Action in Haiti

Leonard Francois came to Haiti Friday October 05 2018 and was greet at the airport by Sports Ministre Edwing Charles.

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PHOTO: Joanne Borgella - First Haitian American Idol

PHOTO: Joanne Borgella - First Haitian American Idol

Look at this photo... Joanne Borgella - First Haitian American Idol

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Haiti Orphans

Haiti Orphans

Hundreds of Haitian orphans in the process of being adopted but we have hundreds of thousands of orphans in Haiti.

What are we going to do about it?

Read more here:
http://www.haitianinternet.com/articles.php/529

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Chien Janbe - Street Food in Haiti - Mayi Moulin Kole Ak Pwa

Chien Janbe - Street Food in Haiti - Mayi Moulin Kole Ak Pwa

Haiti's Street food is called "Chien Janbe" by fellow Haitians... What do Foreigners call it? do they eat it?

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Here in Haiti they have what we call street food, food that you order from a vendor on the street. They don't have fast food in terms of a McDonald's, but they do have street food. A friend of ours here jokingly said that street food is Haiti's version of fast food because you can pull up and place your order at a sidewalk vendor and get your food relatively fast.

Now, here is the deal. Street food is awesome. A little risky because you need to order from someone you know and trust, to make sure you won't get sick from their cleaning practices, but awesome! Let's just say that I refuse to eat McDonald's in the states but would eat Haitian street food in a minute.

This text is from a blog post, Street Food, by Shannon Keley, a missionary who lives in southern Haiti

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Nelson Mandela

Nelson Mandela

Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela (18 July 1918 - 5 December 2013) was a South African anti-apartheid revolutionary and politician who served as President of South Africa from 1994 to 1999.

He was the first black South African to hold the office, and the first elected in a fully representative, multiracial election.

His government focused on dismantling the legacy of apartheid through tackling institutionalized racism, poverty and inequality, and fostering racial reconciliation.

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Proverbes: Faire pleurer quelqu'un en lui disant la vérité est mieux que...

Proverbes: Faire pleurer quelqu'un en lui disant la vérité est mieux que...

Faire pleurer quelqu'un en lui disant la vérité est mieux que de le faire sourire en lui racontant un mensonge - Paulo Coelho.

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Gas For Sale by The Gallon In Haiti

Gas For Sale by The Gallon In Haiti

When there is a shortage of gazoline in Haiti, Gas prices go up to twice the gas prices at the pumps. you could endup

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PHOTO: Trois Roches Haiti - a Muddy Road

PHOTO: Trois Roches Haiti - a Muddy Road

Look at this photo... Getting to Trois Roches, a small village outside Hinche (1ère section), Centre Haiti, is not easy... When it rains, it's worse because the road to get there is so muddy.

The funny thing is, it's only minutes from Bassin Zim, a tourist destination in the Plateau Central.

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PHOTO: Haiti - Gas Prices in Haiti

PHOTO: Haiti - Gas Prices in Haiti

PHOTO: Haiti - Gas Prices in Haiti

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