Haitian Newsletter Articles

Here are some of the latest articles published on the Haitian Internet Newsletter

Haitian Students go back to school with the blessing of the Opposition

Haitian student running by burning tires amid protests Haitian students are finally able to go back to school Monday, January 06, 2019, after many months of protests and "Peyi Lock" with the blessing of the opposition. more »

Have you acted on your New Year resolution yet?

Admit when you have lost, this called courage! Each and every year around this time, many of us set up some New Year resolutions, things that we want to accomplish as the new year begins. How you acted on your New Year resolution yet? more »

Haitians live like a people in transit, a Haitian professor said

The Haitian Mentality, Jesus... "Haitians live like a people in transit," a Haitian professor said. "How can you be so proud to say my son and daughter are studying abroad?" he added. more »

In Haiti, Christmas Eve used to be as important if not more important than Christmas Day

PHOTO: Haiti - Christmas Tree at the National Palace When I was a kid growing up in Haiti, 24 Decembre (Christmas Eve) was more important than 25 Decembre (Christmas Day) more »

Bicentenaire in Port-au-Prince Haiti, once a tourist spot, now abandoned to bandits and criminals

Bicentenaire when it was founded - Port-au-Prince Haiti Haitian journalist Pierre Rene Rene spoke out recently about what terrible condition Bicentenaire in Port-au-Prince has become, how dirty it is now and how much trash is piled up in the area. more »

They say there is NO Christmas in Haiti this year, here is what you can do about it

Christmas in Haiti Everyone is complaining that Christmas is bad in Haiti this year. Even in the media I hear complaints that, literally, the holiday season is just terrible this year. I've decided to do something different this year and I hope you do the same. more »

Haitian Man in Louisiana goes to Prison for Visa Fraud Scheme

En Haiti, Yon VISA Americain se GWO Koze... Emmanuel Priva, a Haitian National living in Louisiana was sentenced to 27 months in federal prison on December 12, 2019, for running a visa fraud scheme involving more than 100 fraudulent U.S. visitors visa applications. more »

Climate change is a very big terror in Haiti and Haiti is not responsible, environment minister said

Joseph Jouthe - Haiti Environment Minister Haiti's Environment minister Joseph Jouthe made it clear at the 2019 United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change that Haiti suffers big time from climate change though she is not responsible for it. more »

How can you save money when what you earn is not even enough for your daily expenses?

Haiti Currency - 500 Haitian Gourdes So you think saving money is impossible because the money you earn is not even enough for your daily expenses. There is one important question you have to ask yourself first though before you tell yourself this big lie. more »

It's almost time to say: There is no more Cholera in Haiti

Yon Ayiti san Cholera - Combatting cholera in Haiti Good news! There has not been a single confirmed case of cholera in Haiti since February 04, 2019. It's almost time to say: There is no more Cholera in Haiti. Hasta La Vista Cholera! more »