Political crisis: US calls for dialogue
Michèle B. Sison, tweeted on Monday, Nov. 11 “The Haitian nation is facing a difficult period in its history. The United States condemns the current situation in the country, which is the direct cause of the violence, significant increase in humanitarian needs and interruption of daily activities.”
“We continue to encourage ALL actors – political, economic and civil society – to work together to find an inclusive dialogue without preconditions, urgently, in the days to come, a non-violent and democratic solution led by Haitians,” read – a second tweet, which was posted twenty-four hours after the signing of an agreement between five political entities for a judge from the Court of Cassation to replace President Jovenel Moïse. Continue reading
Jovenel Moïse visits different police stations
A note from the Ministry of Communication indicated that on Sunday, Nov, 10, President Jovenel Moïse visited the police stations of Carrefour and Pétion-Ville. The courtesy visits were organized to allow the Head of State to inquire about the conditions in which police officers operate in police stations. Continue reading
Political agreement to prepare for the transition
At the initiative of La Passerelle, political actors of the opposition agreed on Saturday Nov, 10, at the Marriott Hotel, on the modalities to identify the authorities of the transition. By signing the agreement, the five political parties are paving the way for a new step in the fight against the current administration. During the last forty years, two other coalitions of opposition political parties won their case. Continue reading
Immersion in the United States Navy Ship-Hospital on a medical mission to Haiti
Upon its arrival, the USNS Comfort medical teams worked alongside Haitian health professionals to provide a wide range of medical services to adults and children.
Preventive medicine, dental exams and treatments, optometry, pediatrics, dermatology, women’s health, and physical therapy, were part of the free medical services that they offered.
“We are here to provide health care to the needy. And the response of each patient to the services received gives us a real sense of happiness, “said Brian Diebold, Captain of the Hospital Ship. Continue reading