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Haiti Ranking - The Most Peaceful Countries In The World 2018

Haiti Ranking - The Most Peaceful Countries In The World 2018

See where Haiti, Jamaica and the Dominican Republic ranks in the list of The Most Peaceful Countries In The World 2018.

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The best soccer stadium in the world is in Haiti, look and you will agree...

The best soccer stadium in the world is in Haiti, look and you will agree...

Imagine that... A bunch of Haitian school children playing soccer on a grassy hill with a breathtaking view of the Haitian mountains in the backdrop. If you are a nature lover, it doesn't get any better than that...

Haitians love the game of soccer. and to these young Haitian children, they are playing in the best soccer stadium in the world...

What do you think?

This photo was shared on Social Media by Operation Blessing International nonprofit humanitarian organization providing relief to those in need and helping them combat poverty.

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PHOTO: Haiti Education - Haitian public school students standing in front of a makeshift school in Aquin, Sud Haiti

PHOTO: Haiti Education - Haitian public school students standing in front of a makeshift 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.

You can tell that this is an actually Haitian national public school (ecole nationale) by the uniform the students are wearing.

This is the shameful reality of how Haitian students are receiving their education in Haiti.

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PHOTO: Haiti Education - Look at the condition of public school classrooms in Aquin, Sud Haiti

PHOTO: Haiti Education - Look at the condition of public school classrooms in Aquin, Sud Haiti

Take a look at this... Haitian politicians shoule be asmaned of themslves... Look at the condition of public school classrooms at a Haitian public school (ecole National) 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: Meniol Jeune - Directeur Général Education Nationale Haiti

PHOTO: Meniol Jeune - Directeur Général Education Nationale Haiti

Here is a photo of Dr. Meniol Jeune, the director general of the Haitian ministry of educaiton. Directeur général du ministère de l'Éducation nationale et de la Formation professionnelle (MENFP).

Meniol Jeune was installed in his post on April 7th 2017.

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Daily Haitian food shopping list - Groceries from the local marketplace

Daily Haitian food shopping list - Groceries from the local marketplace

Here are some typical groceries a Haitian person will buy from the local marketplace (nan mache) to cook for the day:

  • Eggs
  • Lemon
  • Green peppers
  • Parsley,
  • Beans
  • Rice
  • Sour orange
  • Garlic
  • Bouillon cubes
  • Tomato paste

An Kreyol...

Haitien an soti nan maché, li pote Ze, citron, piment vèt, pèsi, pwa, diri, zoranj, lay, maggi, siv, pat tomat. etc... Manje Peyi... Bon bagay...

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Deforestation in Haiti: A horse loaded with charcoal going to market

Deforestation in Haiti: A horse loaded with charcoal going to market

Here is one of the main causes of deforestation in Haiti: Look at this picture of a horse loaded with charcoal from the countryside going to market.

By the end of the day, these 3 bags of charcoal will make it to a Haitian kitchen. by the end of the week it's gone... Burned to ashes.

Charcoal is Haiti's chief source of fuel and the #1 cause for deforestation and environmental disasters.

As long as Haitians continue to use charcoal for cooking deforestation will continue.

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