Tuesday, December 11th, 2018
Monsignor Guire Poulard has died Monsignor Guire Poulard, Archbishop Emeritus of Port-au-Prince has passed away the night of Sunday, December 9, 2018. He was 76 years old. he had been hospitalized because of pancreatic cancer. Ordained a priest on June 25, 1972, he was appointed Archbishop of Port-au-Prince on January 12, 2011 to replace Monsignor Joseph Miot killed during the 2010 earthquake. He had resigned from his ministry on October 7, 2017, because he had reached the age limit set by the Catholic Church. Monsignor Guire Poulard had taken clearRead More
President Moise promises to shed light on violent acts in La Saline In a statement made Monday, Haitian President Jovenel Moise says the government is working hard to shed light on all acts of violence recorded in the country in recent weeks, referring to the events that occurred at “La Saline” last November. The president says he has instructed Prime Minister Jean Henry Ceant to launch an investigation and whoever the actors or accomplices involved in the crimes are, they will be brought to justice.
The Man Dodo Humanitarian foundation, a non profit organization based in Miami held its 13th annual health fairs and toy drive this past weekend in southern Haiti. A delegation of over 40 health and socio professionals landed in Port-au-Prince on Thursday November 6th. After a long bus ride, they settled at the Sunset Cove Beach Hotel which served as their temporary headquarters. The first clinic was in Morency, a small coastal village located some 20 kilometers north of Les Cayes. This village of fishermen and agricultural worker does not haveRead More