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Haiti KPP = Katye Pam Poze

Haiti KPP = Katye Pam Poze

Haitt Martelly administration launches Katye Pam Poze (KPP), a community-based decentralization program.

Katye Pam Poze (KPP) is focused on improving delivery of government services, as well as fostering development and job creation by promoting strong community involvement.

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Jacqueline Charles Tweets about Senator Lambert

Jacqueline Charles Tweets about Senator Lambert

Jacqueline Charles Tweets: "Sen. Lambert claimed on radio that he was offered $2M to say Martelly had dual nationality. (Didnt realize Haiti was awashed in cash."

Jacqueline Charles is the Caribbean Correspondent for the Miami Herald.

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President Michel Martelly, Alias Michael Martelly, American?

President Michel Martelly, Alias Michael Martelly, American?

Haitian senators say Haiti president Michel J Martelly has an alias, Michael J. Martelly, and he is an American Citizen.

True or False?

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MINUSTAH - Rape in Haiti

MINUSTAH - Rape in Haiti

There has been cases rape of Haitian women in Haiti by MINUSTAH UN Peacekeeping Soldiers.

One of the most popular MINUSTAH rape case in Haiti is that of a young boy in Port Salut Haiti. A video captured on a cell phone showed UN Peacekeepers sexually assaulting a Haitian boy.

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Christalie Parisot On NBC Miami Non Stop

Christalie Parisot On NBC Miami Non Stop

Christalie Parisot is the first Haitian to have a show on NBC.

Christalie Parisot is the daughter of longtime Haitian radio and television personality Elizabeth Guerin.

See Christalie Parisot On NBC Miami Non Stop

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Report - Lessons From Haiti

Report - Lessons From Haiti

Media, Information Systems and Communities: Lessons from Haiti

By Anne Nelson and Ivan Sigal, with Dean Zambrano

This report was partly based on information gathered at a roundtable discussion on the media and communication response to the Haiti earthquake. Hosted in Miami on May 24, 2010, the event was organized by Communicating with Disaster Affected Communities (CDAC) with support from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. Participants included representatives from the following organizations:

Association des Journalistes Haitiens
Association des Medias Independants d'Haiti
BBC World Service Trust
International Media Support
InSTEDD
Internews
Irish Red Cross Society
John S. and James L. Knight Foundation
Katye pa Katye (also known as Quartier par Quartier)
Microsoft
United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH)
Reporters sans Frontières
Thomson Reuters Foundation
United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Ushahidi

Read the full PDF report here:
knightfoundation.org

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Breaking News From Haiti

Breaking News From Haiti

When we have breaking news from Haiti, we will share it with you.

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Oi Leak in Peligre hydroelectric power plant

Oi Leak in Peligre hydroelectric power plant

A major oil leak the Peligre hydroelectric power plant in central Haiti may contribute in the Artibonite River contamination presently being blamed for the deadly cholera epidemic causing than a hundred dead amongst the residents of the Artibonite river valley.

According to local authorities, the 3 turbines of the Peligre hydroelectric power plant are in such poor condition that hydraulic transmission oil (Azolla ZS 68 and Thelus 68) is leaking out of the turbine.

Read more here:
http://www.haitianinternet.com/articles.php/736

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Mad Haitian

Mad Haitian

There are some things about Haiti that just gets on my nerves, somethings that, as a Haitian, I hate to talk about. And when I do, this picture is the the only thing that can really describe my state of mind.

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Haiti neg maron dominican flag olive branch

Haiti neg maron dominican flag olive branch

The relationship between Haiti and Dominican Republic is not all that bad.

Here is a photo of the Maroon statue of Haiti, Neg Mawon, the Dominican Flag with an olive branch.

We use this image to discuss the good topic and great stories between Haiti and the Dominican Republic

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