Haitian Times Morning News Roundup

Haitian Times News Roundup – Dec. 12

Haiti

An agreement signed at Kinam Hotel to unify the presidential majority

On Thursday, Dec. 5, political parties, mostly those close to PHTK, socio-professional organizations, civil society, and elected representatives signed the Kinam Agreement. The agreement offers actors “a framework for peaceful, negotiated and lasting resolution of the crisis.” Continue reading

The development of Haiti must be led by a youth revolution

On Dec.7, more than a thousand young people attended Etzer Émile’s debate conference in Port-de-Paix. For the development of Haiti, he advocated that young people must be implicated at social, economic and political levels.

The economist, during his speech, pleaded for a youth revolution for the development of Haiti. Continue reading

Distribution of generators in the municipalities of Miragoâne, Les Cayes and Petit-Goâve

On Dec. 9, President Jovenel Moïse distributed generators to enable the populations of the communes of Les Cayes, Petit-goâve and Miragoâne to cope with the severe rationing of electricity. Continue reading

Boston nonprofit to host gala to support its activities in the US, Haiti and the Bahamas

EPECARE, Inc., a Boston-based non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that provides healthcare, public health, and public safety training to the Haitian community both at home and abroad; will be hosting its second annual gala on Saturday, December 14, 2019 from 6:30 PM until 11 PM at Partners Healthcare Headquarters in Somerville, MA in order to sustain its activities. The Gala will feature performances by signer Rebecca Zama and the Noche Latina dance troop.

In the last year EPECARE conducted multiple classes for Boston youth in conjunction with the Boston Public Health Commission; trained and established a Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) and will be training and organizing another team this month.

It is in the process of shipping multiple cargo containers of donated durable healthcare goods to Haiti, and have deployed a team to train the Haitian population in the Bahamas that has been dislocated by the recent hurricanes. Continue reading

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Dec. 12, 2019

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