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Recent Haitian Newsletter Articles...

Haiti School Principal complains he's not been nominated in 4 years of running the school, NO Haiti School Principal complains he's not been nominated in 4 years of running the school, NO "Lettre de Nomination"

One of my neighbors in Haiti, let's call him Pierre, he is a local school principal (directeur de l'école). Imagine my surprise when principal Pierre tells me that, for the past 4 years that he's been managing the school as the principal, he's only been paid the salary of a school teacher

Free at last, Free at last, Thank God almighty Haiti is free from MINUSTAH at last... Free at last, Free at last, Thank God almighty Haiti is free from MINUSTAH at last...

After 13 years of MINUSTAH in Haiti, UN peacekeepers lower the United Nations flag. Many Haitians are saying "Free at last, Free at last, Thank God almighty Haiti is free from MINUSTAH at last..." But are we really free? And for how long? The U.N. peacekeeping mission in Haiti has

Haiti Government passes new Labor Law to allow working the Night Shift Haiti Government passes new Labor Law to allow working the Night Shift

A new Haiti Labor just published in the government's official newspaper Le Moniteur now allows 3 eight-hour shifts in a working day... Finally in Haiti, workers can work the night shift; a factory will be able to operate at full capacity. This new Haiti labor law was published September 21, 2017

Haiti has a serious human resource problem, a government official once told me Haiti has a serious human resource problem, a government official once told me

A friend of mine, a high-ranking official in the Haitian government once told me Haiti has a serious human resource problem. He explains... When I asked him: What do you mean? They are a lot of people, a lot of professionals in Haiti, so what are you talking about? He replied: "Yes, in Haiti

Haiti helped Dominican Republic win their second independence during the Dominican Restoration War against Spain Haiti helped Dominican Republic win their second independence during the Dominican Restoration War against Spain

Read this... The Dominican Republic has the peculiarity of celebrating its independence not from a colonial power, but from Haiti BUT the Dominican Republic won their independence a second time and Haiti helped... Read this... There was a guerilla war between Spain in the Dominican Republic

More Haitian Photo Stories...

PHOTO: Gilbert Jean, Haitian Survivor of the 1937 Dominican Parsley Massacre PHOTO: Gilbert Jean, Haitian Survivor of the 1937 Dominican Parsley Massacre

Look at this photo... Survivor Gilbert Jean, 93, survived the Dominican Parlsey massacre (Spanish: el corte) that was carried out in October 1937...

Monseigneur Max Leroy Mesidor, new Metropolitan Archbishop of Port-au-Prince Monseigneur Max Leroy Mesidor, new Metropolitan Archbishop of Port-au-Prince

Look at this photo... Monseigneur Max Leroy Mesidor, new Metropolitan Archbishop of Port-au-Prince

PHOTO: Former Haiti Chief of Police Pierre 'Pierrot' Denize at Haiti National Palace PHOTO: Former Haiti Chief of Police Pierre 'Pierrot' Denize at Haiti National Palace

Look at this photo... Joseph Auguste Pierre Denize aka Pierrot Denize, former Chief of Police of Haiti from 1996 to 2001, under the first presidency...

Steeve Colin, First Haitian to donate to Reconstruciton of National Palace Steeve Colin, First Haitian to donate to Reconstruciton of National Palace

Look a this photo... Steve Colin from Cite Soley donated 10000 gourdes to help rebuild the Haiti National Palace.

PHOTO: Dominique Anglade, Haitian-Canadian Politician PHOTO: Dominique Anglade, Haitian-Canadian Politician

Look at this photo... Dominique Anglade, daughter of Haitian writer Georges Anglade, Haitian-Canadian politician. Dominique Anglade is a member of...