Director Raoul Peck starts production on earthquake drama in Haiti

Haiti film looks at earthquake CTV News, Trenton Daniel, The Associated Press, Saturday, April 12, 2014 PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — Haiti’s most respected filmmaker began production on a new film in Haiti this week, making perhaps the first feature to dramatize how people faced the topsy-turvy days and weeks after the 2010 earthquake. France-based Raoul Peck’s  Read more

April 12, 2014 in Haiti News by Renee

World Bank head Jim Yong Kim calls for renewed urgency in Haiti’s cholera fight

Miami Herald, Sat, Apr. 12, 2014, By Jacqueline Charles The head of the World Bank is calling for a renewed sense of urgency and more coordination from the international community to help Haiti eliminate cholera, which has killed thousands of Haitians since its outbreak in October 2010. “Cholera can be eliminated in Haiti. We need  Read more

April 12, 2014 in Haiti News by Renee

Haiti exhibiting at the Children’s World’s Fair

Haiti was among eight nations exhibiting at the Children’s World’s Fair in the Louisiana Children’s Museum, New Orleans, on Saturday, March. More than 2000 children and parents came through the Fair. As Maryse Dejean observes, the Fair and Haiti’s exhibit were a lot of fun and a lot of positive information! Aristide Phillips and Don  Read more

April 12, 2014 in Haiti News, Upcoming Events by Renee

Northern Haiti port to be expanded

Northern Haiti port to be expanded after US fails to get investors for new facility The Sacramento Bee, By Jacqueline Charles, Friday, Apr. 11, 2014 MIAMI — After months of unsuccessfully trying to get private investors to cough up millions of dollars for the construction of a new, multimillion-dollar port in northeastern Haiti, the U.S. government  Read more

April 12, 2014 in Haiti News by Renee


Field Museum in Chicago, Sat Oct 25, 2014   -   Sun Apr 26, 2015 When you hear the word Vodou, what comes to mind? Zombies, evil spells, or dolls stuck with pins? In the upcoming exhibition Vodou: Sacred Powers of Haiti, look beyond these stereotypes and manufactured Hollywood images, and discover a vital spiritual and social  Read more

April 12, 2014 in Haiti News, Upcoming Events by Renee

Haiti to get another U.S. brand hotel

Miami Herald, By Jacqueline Charles, Fri, Apr. 11, 2014 Hilton Worldwide will bring a 152-room, mid-priced hotel to Haiti’s capital, the chain and a local Haitian investment group announced this week. The new Hilton Garden Inn would be the third U.S. brand — after the 106-room Best Western Premier, and still under construction 175-room Marriott  Read more

April 12, 2014 in Haiti News by Renee

Haiti Tourism Arrivals Up 20 Percent

Caribbean Journal, April 11, 2014 Tourism arrivals to Haiti rose by 20.2 percent in 2013, according to preliminary figures recently released by the Caribbean Tourism Organization. (Photo: the Sans-Souci Palace in Haiti) The Caribbean country welcomed a total of 419,736 tourism arrivals, buoyed by a 24.8 percent jump in arrivals over the summer and a  Read more

April 12, 2014 in Haiti News by Renee

Hilton will build a hotel in Haiti

Haiti Libre, 04/11/2014 Thursday, the Groupe CAB S.A, the owner of the Visa Lodge hotel in Haiti represented by Dominique F. Carvonis, the Group President and Hilton Worldwide company, represented by Ted Middleton, Vice President Development Hilton World Wide for America, in the presence of the Prime Minister, Laurent Lamothe signed a memorandum of understanding  Read more

April 11, 2014 in Haiti News by Renee

Drought threatens population in the northwest of Haiti

Reuters , By Amelie Baron, Port-De-Paix, Haiti Tue Apr 8, 2014 (Reuters) – Only cactus grows along the dirt road fringing arid fields on the way to the isolated village of Bas des Moustiques, on the outskirts of the northwestern city of Port-de-Paix in Haiti. (Photo:  Julia Sodietra, mother of 11 children, sits on a  Read more

April 8, 2014 in Haiti News by Renee

Neglected islanders resist plan for Haiti tourism revival

Reuters, By David Adams, Ile-A-Vache, Haiti Sun Apr 6, 2014 (Reuters) – For decades the mostly dirt-poor residents of the small island of Ile-à-Vache off Haiti’s south coast lived in anonymity, virtually ignored by the government and visited only by the most adventurous backpackers and yachters. (Photo:  Artesia Suprice (C, yellow striped shirt) stands with  Read more

April 6, 2014 in Haiti News by Renee

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