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Haitian Times Roundup – Apr. 13
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Haitian Times Roundup – Apr. 13

Spirit Airlines launches new flight between FLL, Cap-Haitien Spirit Airlines kicked off new service between Fort Lauderdale and Haiti’s second largest city. The South Florida airline’s newest destination to Haiti’s second largest city, Cap-Haitien, will connect thousands closer to the island nation. Continue reading Haiti Sotheby’s Donates $6,500 to Build a Home in Haiti Plus Sales…

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Haitian Times Roundup – Apr. 12
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Haitian Times Roundup – Apr. 12

US Coast Guard stops Haitian migrant boat with Cuban help The U.S. Coast Guard says it stopped a dangerously overloaded boat filled with migrants from Haiti, and got assistance from Cuban authorities. A Coast Guard cutter spotted the migrants’ open sailboat 20 miles northeast of Cuba. Chief Petty Officer Crystalynn Kneen says the crew of…

Haitians Times Roundup – Apr. 11
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Haitians Times Roundup – Apr. 11

Daytona Beach college students build water purifier for Haitian communities Students at Daytona Beach’s Embry Riddle Aeronautical University campus are helping to make water safe to drink and use in Haitian communities. The Haiti Project is making all the difference with children and families who live in the poverty-stricken areas where diseases plague their water supply….

Haitian Times Roundup – Apr. 9
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Haitian Times Roundup – Apr. 9

You Probably Don’t Want To Know About Haiti’s Sewage Problems Port-au-Prince, Haiti, is one of the largest cities in the world without a central sewage system. There are no sewers connecting sinks, showers and toilets to hulking wastewater treatment plants. Most of the more than 3 million people in the metro area use outhouses, and…

Haitian Times Roundup – Apr. 6
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Haitian Times Roundup – Apr. 6

Miami Street To Be Named After Late Manno Charlemagne On March 23, 5th Street between Euclid Avenue and Lenox Avenue in Miami-Dade County was designated Joseph Emmanuel “Manno” Charlemagne Street. The bill to name the street after the late Haitian singer was co-sponsored by Senator Daphne Campbell, a Haitian American legislator who represents the 38th Senate District. Continue…

Haitian Times Roundup _ Apr. 5
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Haitian Times Roundup _ Apr. 5

Ocha reports 725 cholera cases from January to March 2018 in Haiti For the month of February 2018, the Ministry of Public Health and Population (MSPP) reported 249 suspected cases and 1 death from cholera in Haiti, a decrease of 81% and 92% respectively, compared with cases registered at the same time in 2017. Continue Reading…

Haitian Times Roundup – Apr. 4
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Haitian Times Roundup – Apr. 4

UN eyes transition of Haiti role from peacekeeping to development The United Nations has already started to prepare for a post-peacekeeping presence in Haiti, a senior UN official said Tuesday, stressing there are many reasons to be optimistic that the country’s progress towards stability is now irreversible. Continue Reading Haiti launches campaign to vaccinate over…

Haitian Times Roundup – Apr. 3
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Haitian Times Roundup – Apr. 3

Meet The New Haitian Military ― It’s Starting To Look A Lot Like The Old One On March 13, President Jovenel Moise appointed six individuals to the high command of the recently reinstated Haitian armed forces (FAdH). All of the appointees, now in their sixties, were majors or colonels in the former FAdH, disbanded in 1995…

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