Hundreds of Haitian Disney employees may have to leave U.S.
Tens of thousands of Haitians in the United States when a massive earthquake struck in 2010 were invited to apply for temporary protected status. That has been extended several times because of the island nation's woes including Hurricane Matthew, ...
Milford Daily News
Milford nurse lends helping hand in Haiti
Milford Daily News
Duprey brought medical supplies and 30 years of medical expertise to Haiti for a week last month through the Mission of Hope International (MOHI) organization. Duprey and her team of 11 medical staff members worked at the MOHI clinic at Grand Goâve, ...
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EPPN: Take action on hunger in Haiti
Episcopal News Service
[Episcopal Public Policy Network policy alert] Six months after Hurricane Matthew slammed into Haiti, 1.5 million Haitians remain food insecure. As our world's climate changes, Haitians have endured catastrophic droughts, destructive floods and ...
Former Haitian Rebel Leader Admits Taking Millions From Drug Smugglers – Caribbean360.com (subscription)
Former Haitian Rebel Leader Admits Taking Millions From Drug Smugglers
FLORIDA, United States, Tuesday April 25, 2017 – Four months after declaring he was innocent of drug trafficking and money laundering charges, former Haitian coup leader Guy Philippe has confessed to the crimes. Under a deal that could save him from ...
Haitian Leader To Plead Guilty To Drug Smuggling ChargesCBS Miami
Haiti's Guy Philippe pleads guilty to accepting millions from cocaine smugglersMiami Herald
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Rosny Desroches for the Army – Mayor of PAP and Municipal Finance – 300,000 jobs over 8 years, according to ADIH – Minister of Education in Mexico – Towards the relaunch of the Tourist Office of Grand’Anse – Coordination of Actions in the South…Read More »
“You Live Under Fear” – 50000 Haitian People at Risk of Deportation
After the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, President Obama granted temporary relief status to undocumented Haitians who had arrived in the U.S. before 2011. Given the slow pace of recovery efforts and subsequent disasters – notably the cholera epidemic that ...
During the last 9 months, the Directorate General of Migration in the Dominican Republic has seized 2,202 false or modified documents during national control operations, on the migration situation of foreigners (Haitians)…Read More »
The Citizens’ Initiative for Human Rights (ICDH), distributed a series of awareness-raising publications in a dozen of schools located in the neighborhoods of Nerette and Morne Hercule…Read More »
From April 25 to 30, in Montreal, 4 young Haitian entrepreneurs : Mélior Joseph, Abner Volsaint, Makendy Smith and Marc-Edwens Thélusma will represent Haiti at the Young Francophone Entrepreneurs Meeting, which will bring together more than 300 young…Read More »