Gentrification Is Pushing Haitians Out Of Miami’s Little Haiti
With the steep rise of rents and the closure of cultural touchstones like botanicas, some Haitian immigrants don’t feel at home in their own neighborhood. Continue reading
Kodak Black Says He Reshaped The Culture For All Haitians
It’s been a little over a month since Kodak Black has been released from jail and the “There He
Haiti’s New Prime Minister, Water Infrastructure Act, Football Concussion Doctor & Historic Sale
Last week, both
New Harvesting Techniques Bring Hope to Haiti’s Vetiver Farmers
TRICON, HAITI – Pierre Sonore earns an income toiling in the rolling grass fields of rural Tricon.
For decades, small-scale farmers in this area of Les Cayes, a borough in southern Haiti, have been growing vetiver, the country’s most valuable agricultural export. Sonore started when he was just 17 but quickly found that farming the perennial plant known for its fragrant, high-quality oil was a high-stakes activity. Continue reading
Appointment of Ministers-Delegates Overshadows Haiti’s Policy
Port-au-Prince, Sep 20 (Prensa Latina) The political moods in Haiti have not calmed down and a cloud is shading today the country with the reinstatement of three ministers of the previous administration, now minister-delegates. Continue reading
The police chief raises his voice against bandits.
The director of the Haitian Police, Michel Ange Gedeon, warned that he could possibly resort to interventions to restore peace in Martissant neighborhoods controlled by armed gangs.
“We will take all necessary steps to restore order in Village de Dieu, Arcahaie and Petit Bourg de
Seeing him has a price, 2500 gourdes to speak to one Haitian pastor
It takes 2500 gourdes to obtain a private emergency meeting with the self-proclaimed prophet Mackenson Dorilas. Dorilas was attacked Tuesday evening by a sanction of the ministry of cults forbidding him to evangelize on the national territory until he provides the legal documents attesting to his ability to act as pastor. Continue reading
From January to September 2018…
The National Episcopal Commission Justice and Peace (JILAP) has recorded 515 deaths because of insecurity in the metropolitan area of Port-au-Prince, from January to September 2018. Among these victims, the JILAP has 415 deaths from gunshots. The organization’s observation officer, Rosevelson Appolon, said that more than 60
Jean-Henry Céant takes control of Parliament
Ratified last Sunday by Parliament and installed Monday in office, Prime Minister Jean-Henry Céant has not been resting. Between his first Council of Ministers on Wednesday, a meeting with ministers, another meeting with members of the CSPN and the formation of his private cabinet, the new head of government wants to go fast. Continue reading
Graduation of the 29th promotion of the Haitian National Police.
Graduation on Wednesday morning at the police academy of the twenty-ninth promotion of the National Police of Haiti made up of one hundred and eighty-eight (188) young women and five hundred and four ( 504) men. A ceremony that took place in the presence of the President of the Republic, who had with him other officials of the State including the Prime Minister Jean Henry Céant. Continue reading