Haitian Newsletter Articles

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

What happened to the ambition to turn Haiti into an emerging market by 2030?

Haiti Open For Business Back in March 2013, Haiti's finance Minister spoke of this great ambition to turn Haiti in to an emerging market by 2030. What happened to that plan? How are we doing with that? more »

If exports help to grow and expand an economy, what does Haiti export?

Haiti Open For Business I was watching a video about why Singapore is so rich and I heard that exports help to grow and expand an economy. Then I immediately asked myself this question: What exactly does Haiti export? How is the Haitian economy growing? more »

Looking for a natural remedy for muscle pain and soreness? Try Ginger

Haitians love Haitians often drink some "thé gingembre" (ginger tea) to warm themselves up in the winter but did you know that ginger is really good at relieving muscle pain and soreness? more »

Haitian-Americans, do you plan to spend your retirement days in the United States or in Haiti?

Alcima Fenelus - One of the Oldest Women in the World, Lives in Haiti An article released earlier this month on Investopedia spoke about the advantages and disadvantages of retiring in the United States vs. retiring abroad. For Haitian-Americans who are thinking aproaching retirement, this is definitely a topic worth talking about. more »

I am loosing my appetite for white rice. How many Haitians can say that?

Haitian Cuisine - Griot with Rice and Beans invades the New York Times LOL... When I was a kid growing up in Haiti I used to love the days my mom would cook rice and beans in the house. But as I get older, I begin to notice that rice is not the best food option for me anymore. more »

Peyi Lock - Nowadays it is not prudent to share the good news about Haiti for fear of repression, Read this true story...

Students in Haiti coming from school I told a friend of mine that school was open in my neck of the woods in Haiti and he replied with the most shocking answer. "I don't think I will mention your city name on my radio program," he said, "Because I don't want the others to come and cause problems for you." more »

Haitian students slowly returning to school amid ongoing political crisis

Lekol Lage - Haitian Students returning home from school Haitian students are slowly returning to back school in some parts of the country despite political problems that has put Haiti in a "Peyi Lock" (lockdown) mode the past few months. more »

Taiwan is about to increase its humanitarian aid to Haiti

Haiti President Michel Martelly in Taiwan Haiti is in dire need of Humanitarian aid and Taiwan is ready to give the its ally a much needed boost in humanitarian aid. more »

Haitian man pretending to a policeman arrested by the real cops

To protect and to serve - Motto of the Haitian National Police A Haitian man pretending to be a police officer was arrested by the real police Monday in Delmas 33. more »

Peyi Lock - Haiti Education Ministry taking steps so students do not loose the school year completely

PHOTO: Haiti - Elev Lekol Piblik nou yo (Public School Students) Nearly two months after Haitian school children have been unable to go to school due to political instability and barricaded streets, the Ministry of Education is trying to come up with a plan to save the school year. more »