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85 percent of graduate students in Haiti leave the country 85 percent of graduate students in Haiti leave the country

85 percent of graduate students in Haiti leave the country and this generates a serious intellectual deficit for the country, according to Saulo...

Haiti's Tourism Sector Hit the Hardest by ongoing sociopolitical climate in the country Haiti's Tourism Sector Hit the Hardest by ongoing sociopolitical climate in the country

With all the social and political unrests and riots in Haiti for more than a year, the tourism sector has been hit really hard. Tourists are few and...

Tennis: Haitian-Japanese Naomi Osaka is Back in New York for US Open 2019 and she is ready! Tennis: Haitian-Japanese Naomi Osaka is Back in New York for US Open 2019 and she is ready!

Last year, Haitian-Japanese Tennis player Naomi Osaka made history when she beat Serena Williams to win her first US Open title. This year, Osaka is...

Haitian Photo Stories...

PHOTO: Motorcycles Line up at a Haiti Gas Station waiting for some Gasoline PHOTO: Motorcycles Line up at a Haiti Gas Station waiting for some Gasoline

Look at this photo... Motorcycles lines up at a gas pump hoping to get some gas. The lines are really long because gasoline has just been delivered...

Rospide Petion - Haitian Journalist Rospide Petion - Haitian Journalist

Here is a photo of Rospide Petion, a Haitian journalist and presenter at Radio-Tele San Fin (RSF)

American Rice in Haiti: Once upon a time Haiti was self-sufficient in producing rice American Rice in Haiti: Once upon a time Haiti was self-sufficient in producing rice

Virtually 90 percent of the rice sold in Haiti is American Rice. Whether is says diri Mega, diri Bongu or diri Tchako, it's all American rice. Once...