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Tuesday, January 29th, 2019

 

Ministry of Haitians living abroad launch Fridays of the diaspora

Ministry of Haitians living abroad launch Fridays of the diaspora The Ministry of Haitians Living Abroad (MHAVE) launched, Friday, January 25, 2019, its program entitled “Fridays of the Diaspora”. It’s the Ministry’s strategy to create a space for exchanges about the involvement of Haitians living abroad in the socio-political life of the country and respect of their rights. The meeting took place a the Central Bank’s convention and documentation center. This first edition brought together dozens of Haitians from the diaspora, government ministers, representatives of the National Council of TelecommunicationsRead More


Haiti’s National Police getting ready to face the great challenges of the year 2019

Haiti’s National Police getting ready to face the great challenges of the year 2019 The carnival and elections are among the major challenges facing Haiti’s National Police for the year 2019, as acknowledged the commander-in-chief, Michel Ange Gedeon during a meeting held Friday, January 25 at the National School of police. Local and international law enforcement professional also took part in that meeting to work on the 2017-2021 strategic development plan of the institution.. Minister of Justice and Public Safety Jean Roudy Aly pledged to provide the Haitian National PoliceRead More


U S Embassy in Haiti warns against illegal maritime trips

U S Embassy in Haiti warns against illegal maritime trips The United States Embassy in Haiti has launched a strong warning to Haitians who take to the sea in order to reach American shores. In a strongly worded tweet, the Embassy warned not only passengers but also smugglers who organize these dangerous trips. “We are concerned by the increase in illegal migration by maritime routes and strongly warn against such travel. Illegal migrant ventures & smuggling operations are dangerous, and frequently end in tragedy, as seen most recently by theRead More


Haiti’s government salutes Osaka’s victory

Haiti’s government salutes Osaka’s victory Haiti’s government, including President Jovenel Moise and Prime Minister Jean Henry Céant, welcomed the victory of Naomi Osaka in the final of the Australian Open. In his congratulatory message, President Jovenel Moise says Naomi Osaka delivered a heroic match and brilliantly won her 2nd Grand Slam title while noting that this Monday, the young tenniswoman of Haitian origin will be crowned world number 1. “Haiti is proud of you, Naomi, and it is the entire people of Haiti who congratulates you for this feat” concludedRead More


Delimart Clercine to reopen soon

Delimart Clercine to reopen soon Customers and former employees of the Clercine Branch of Delimart are excited about the news that their super market is scheduled to reopen soon. Dr. Reginald Boulos, CEO of the Groupe Boulos recently made the announcement on his tweeter account that included a picture of the brand new building that will house the popular super market. The new site will offer more services and security to its customers and employees. In his tweet, Reginald Boulos says since the announcement of the reopening of Delimart Clercine,Read More