Haitian Times Morning News Roundup

Haitian Times News Roundup – July 23

By Taty Griot Express Restaurant

Food

5 South Florida Restaurants For Haitian Culture And Food

Diners usually stop by for a taste of Taty’s Griot (pork), Legume (stew vegetables with meat) and red snapper fish. According to the manager Marie Gustave, “Love Is What Makes Our Food Authentic. Every Meal Is Cooked With Love And Passion.” and the food is made with fresh ingredients such as basil, parsley, lemon and peppers. Continue reading.    

Purpose

HOW TO STAY MOTIVATED: Give

It’s great to receive gifts, but how do you feel about giving them? Whenever certain people meet others, they ask, “What can you do for me?” instead of asking, “What can I do for you?” They have a “Me, Myself, and I” attitude, and think that the world revolves around them. They have the attitude that the world owes them something. In fact, the world owes them nothing. Continue reading.

World News

Doctors Without Borders closes the first of two hospitals in Haiti

In a country where more women die before, during and after childbirth than anywhere else in the Western Hemisphere, poor women in Haiti with high-risk pregnancies now have one less option for lifesaving care. Continue reading.

Haiti

Protests over fuel prices in Haiti derail the government’s reforms

Latin American nations far sturdier than Haiti have been brought to a standstill by protests over fuel prices. But in the poorest and most unequal country in the Americas, the unrest is particularly acute. Continue reading.

 

Jul. 23, 2018

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