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Great stuff if you want to understand what is happening in Haiti right now and the US involvement

In Haiti there are so many Things that make you go Hmmm... Watch this video... Great stuff If you want to understand what is happening in Haiti right now and the US involvement. more »

Tout Haitiens dwe gade, tande epi konprann video sa

In Haiti there are so many Things that make you go Hmmm... Tout Haitiens dwe gade, tande epi konprann video sa. Elèv lekòl ak ivèsitè yo surtout ki panse sa k ap pase en Haiti se yon ti bagay like this like that. more »

Haiti Consumer ALERT: US rice exported to Haiti may be harmful to health

American Rice in Haiti: Once upon a time Haiti was self-sufficient in producing rice Consumer ALERT... Consuming rice imported to Haiti from the United States can be detrimental to your health, new research reveals. more »

The Hispaniolan Solenodon (Nen Long in Creole), a species going extinct in the Pic Macaya Region of Haiti

The Hispaniolan Solenodon, Called Nen Long in Haitian Creole Nestled within the rugged terrain of Haiti's Pic Macaya National Park lies a creature that seems to have emerged from the pages of prehistoric history -- the Hispaniolan Solenodon, called Nez Long in French or Nen Long in Haitian Creole. more »

The Number ONE reason Americans save Money and how Haiti could profit from it if we had smart leaders

Labadie Haiti, hanging out in one of the public beaches in the Labadie peninsula The number one reason Americans save money is not for college, it is not for their retirement, and it is not to buy a home. The number one reason Americans save money is to go on vacation. more »

US Embassy in Haiti closed - Goats and Dogs move in as Embassy personnel abandon the area

Goats and Dogs in front of the US Embassy in Port-au-Prince Haiti On Tuesday, August 8, 2023, the US embassy in Port-au-Prince Haiti shut its doors, prompting an unusual spectacle outside its premises. The surroundings of the embassy compound have undergone an unexpected transformation into a temporary habitat for visiting goats and dogs. more »

The money transfers to Haiti coming from the Diaspora will be depleted within 10 to 15 years, find out why

Back in the days 500 Haitian Gourdes was worth 100 US dollars, How much is it worth today? During a conversation with my cousin in New York, he predicted that the money transfers coming from the Haitian diaspora in the form of remittances may be depleted within the next 10 to 15 years and he give a very good reason for that. more »

What the hell is happening to the Haiti currency exchange rates these days?

Currency: The Haitian currency (gourdes) is being abused by the U.S. Dollar There's a big problem happening in Haiti right now. People have no idea how much the going rate is for a US dollar. When you send money transfers in Haiti right now people receive it at about 135 gourdes for 1 US dollar. In the streets the US dollar is worth more and it fluctuates everyday. more »

When the Haitian Diaspora is broke, it effects on the Haitian Economy

All the Money Transfer Options to Haiti: Western Union, CAM Transfer, and Unitransfer and more... Many Haitians living in Haiti are shocked when they realize there is less money transfers coming from the Diaspora than before. Some, if not most, in Haiti rely heavily on diaspora Haitians sending remittances back home. With less money coming in now to spend in a country where prices seem to be going up every time the US dollar sneezes, it means more problems. more »

Macaya National Park: Some information about Pic Macaya region in southern Haiti

Pic Macaya - A Mountain in Haiti The Pic Macaya region in Haiti is a natural haven of rich biodiversity and stunning landscapes. Located in the southern part of the country, it encompasses the Macaya National Park, which is one of the country's most vital ecological treasures. more »