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Haiti Medical Alert

Haiti Medical Alert

Whenever there is a medical crisis in Haiti or worse an epidemic, it usually results in death and devastation.

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Haiti - Change You Can Believe In

Haiti - Change You Can Believe In

Haiti has changed, Haiti is waiting for you to change.

If you begin to think of Haiti as though it has already changed, then all the changes that are happening will happen much faster. All the people who are bringing change to Haiti will be even more motivated.

Haiti change wi!
L-ap tann ou!

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Earthquake in Haiti

Earthquake in Haiti

More than 217,000 people were killed in the Republic of Haiti when a 7.0-magnitude earthquake struck on January 12, 2010

For Haiti Earthquake relief efforts visit:
haiti911.com

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President Mitchele Matalla, Bandi Legal - Michel Martelly

President Mitchele Matalla, Bandi Legal - Michel Martelly

This is a photo from the Michel Martelly music video Bandi Legal. An appropriate photo now that he is actually the sitting president of the Republic of Haiti and a Haitian senator, Moise Jean-Charles, claims he ha has "vast ties to the criminal underworld, kidnappers, drug dealers, "bandi legal", gangsters."

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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: Haiti Prison - Prisoner in Haiti

PHOTO: Haiti Prison - Prisoner in Haiti

Look at this photo... A prisoner is standing behind bars in Haiti looking through the bars... Being in prison in Haiti is not a fun place to be. word is they are way over crowded... so you watch yourself...

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Wow, If it wasn't for the Haitian Police officer on the sidewalk I would not think this is Haiti

Wow, If it wasn't for the Haitian Police officer on the sidewalk I would not think this is Haiti

This amazing picture you are looking at is Cap-Haitien Haiti. Breathtaking isn't it? If it wasn't for the Haitian Police officer on the sidewalk I would think this is some other island in the Caribbean.

This photo share by Iris Media Group is from the first edition of the Festival du Livre à Cap-Haïtien (Cap-Haitien Book Festival), Friday, May 10th, 2019.

Okap lakayan'm bèl! Cap-Haitien Haiti in living color! Okap lakayan'm bèl! Cap-Haitien Haiti in living color!

The event was organized by the Foundation of the Old Women of Regina Assumpta in Haiti (la Fondation des Anciennes de Régina Assumpta en Haïti - FARAH)
The event was organized in the streets, in front of the premises of the establishment.

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Okap lakayan'm bèl! Cap-Haitien Haiti in living color!

Okap lakayan'm bèl! Cap-Haitien Haiti in living color!

Okap lakayan'm bèl!
vin vizite peyan'm zanman'm
nou gen bèl plage nou gen bèl sit istorik

This beautiful picture of Cap-Haitien was posted on Facebook with the exact caption you see here.

That's the Cap Haitien resident's way of saying: My city is beautiful! Come visit Cap-Haitien, we have beautiful beaches and historical sites.

Beautiful indeed!

Thank you, @PDGReniel for sharing

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HAITI: Natcom Vs. Digicel... Kiyes ki Pi Bon?

HAITI: Natcom Vs. Digicel... Kiyes ki Pi Bon?

Question: Nan zafè telefòn Mobile ak Internet Access, ki companie ou panse ki bay pi bon sèvis en Haiti? NATCOM oswa DIGICEL?

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Haiti Change wi, l-ap tann ou

Haiti Change wi, l-ap tann ou

Haiti has changed, Haiti is waiting for you to change

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