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Poireau (Leek): Haitians add it to food as spice but do you know all the health benefits? Poireau (Leek): Haitians add it to food as spice but do you know all the health benefits?

Most Haitian women spice up their meats with poireau (leek in English) but are you aware of all the nutritional properties of this amazing little...

Haiti - Yon gode pitimi koute 60 gourdes! (the price of millet is sky high) Haiti - Yon gode pitimi koute 60 gourdes! (the price of millet is sky high)

Have you heard? Millet or pitimi in Haiti, the stuff you used to hate to eating as a child in Haiti, now costs more than twice the price of rice...

PHOTO: Fête Patronale Hinche Haiti - Fêtes champêtres en Haiti PHOTO: Fête Patronale Hinche Haiti - Fêtes champêtres en Haiti

Look at this photo... It's the week of December 8 2018 and the city of Hinche Haiti is getting ready for its annual...

Haitian Photo Stories...

Haiti's Economic System - Flow of Income is FLAT, not Circular Haiti's Economic System - Flow of Income is FLAT, not Circular

Look at this chart of the Haitian Economic System, the flow of income is flat, it is not circular like in growing economies... In the Haitian...

Spices in Haiti: Poireau (Leek in English) Spices in Haiti: Poireau (Leek in English)

Haitians call it Powo in Creole, Poireau in French, but in English this vegetable is called Leek. Leek/Poireau adds the following nutrients to your...

PHOTO: Monseigneur Guire Poulard, Hinche Haiti PHOTO: Monseigneur Guire Poulard, Hinche Haiti

Here is a photo of Monseigneur Guire Poulard at the ordination Monseigneur Desinord Jean at Hinche Cathedral. Monseigneur Guire Poulard was...