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Haiti

Haiti Tourism Inc. hosts the Tourism Innovation Summit in Cap-Haitien

Haiti Tourism Inc. is again partnering with Tourism Innovation Inc. to host the 2018 edition of Tourism Innovation Summit (TIS), which will be a gathering of different stakeholders in the tourism industry in a bid to discuss some of the most pertinent creative and technology-driven ideas to help move the industry forward. The international event…

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Haiti

Haiti police probe deaths of six members of a family

Haitian police have confirmed that the bodies of six members of a family were found in a house in Charrier, in the second communal section of Cap-Haitien on Sunday. The Spokesman for the National Police of Haiti (PNH) Divisional Inspector Anasey Dorival, said that the PNH had been alerted by neighbours who were surprised not…

When a Young Haitian Student in the United States Creates Opportunities in His Country!
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When a Young Haitian Student in the United States Creates Opportunities in His Country!

We find very few young people investing in Haiti. Given the level of risk that exists on all platforms combined with the lack of financial means, young entrepreneurs are reluctant in this area. However, for Jude Celiscar, native of Montrouis, it is quite another thing. With the help of goodoo courier, a shipping company he co-founded alongside his peer, Jean Carlson Dor, Celiscar wants to use entrepreneurship to help the community from which he came; to help Haiti out of poverty and hunger by creating jobs.

Spirit Airlines Disrupts American Airlines Haiti Monopoly With New Service to Cap Haitien
News, South Florida

Spirit Airlines Disrupts American Airlines Haiti Monopoly With New Service to Cap Haitien

“American Airlines is somewhat behind because American’s price is $500 all of the time,” Lherisson said, remarking of American Airlines service from Miami International Airport to Cap-Haitien.

“For this price [on Spirit Airlines, one-way], I paid $211. And also, this service is a way for people to see Cap-Haitien. Sometimes, people don’t always want to go to Port-au-Prince. The Citadelle is very close, so maybe people will want to go there more often.”