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Haiti Talks: Fritz Paret, Kaliko DoubleTree

Haitian Times Editor in chief Vania Andre talks with Fritz Paret on Kaliko Beach Resort coming under the Hilton brand and providing more options to visitors looking for an all inclusive option on the beach.

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Haitian Times

The Haitian Times was founded in 1999 as a weekly English language newspaper based in Brooklyn, NY.The newspaper is widely regarded as the most authoritative voice for Haitian Diaspora.
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Dec. 22, 2018

6 COMMENTS ON THIS POST To “Haiti Talks: Fritz Paret, Kaliko DoubleTree”

  1. Ruddy roman says:

    Me, as a dominican citizen i want haiti to someday get baco on its feet so they don’t have to inmigrate as we Dominicans do,due to corrupted goverments.due to the fact that history has us in confrontations between haitians and Dominicans it appears that haitians hate Dominicans and Dominicans hate haitians,the best thing is if both countries did not have to inmigrate and stay in their respectively country that will nice and peace will be in both citizens.

  2. Craig Harrison says:

    Hello, I am the pastor of a church in California.
    We are hoping to take another missions trip to CarreFor in late Feb 2019
    We work with a orphanage.
    Our 9th annual trip
    Would you consider it safe to go?
    Any help would be greatly appreciated

    • Patrick says:

      You should not be afraid doing God’s work. He sees your heart, his angels will give you protection so you can continue your mission. Haiti is a country, it cannot perish. If you don’t go to Haiti for help, other people come from the rest of the world will do it. I hope you do not hesitate a second to go to Haiti for help. May God in his incommensurable love guide you in everything you do to exalt his name! Jesus,our Lord will never forsake us.

    • Be glad to talk to you about it. I lived in Haiti for 25 years and lead a major mission in Haiti. I was just there this week with my 50+ staff. Email me at dan.shoemaker@rmibridge.org.

  3. Minister John Williams says:

    I would like to reach out to the publication about the diabetes crisis that is affecting the Afro-Latino-FrancoHaitian-Caribbean American Community of Flatbush/East Flatbush and what my Organization is doing with our 20/20 Vision to reduce the incidence by 20% by the year 2020 using our “Church-Based Preventive Health Centers Initiative.

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