Haiti Eyes Another Island For New Development

Caribbean Journal, September 15, 2014 Haiti’s development plans are expanding to another new island. As the country has looked to develop tourism projects on the island of Ile a Vache and signed a major deal with Carnival Cruise Lines for a project on the island of Ile de la Tortue, it’s looking to develop a […]

September 16, 2014 in Haiti News by

Haiti seeks teacher permits amid education reform

Radio Television Cariebes, AP, By Evens Sanon, 09/13/2014 Haitian children lined up in immaculate uniforms for a new school year on Monday, as the country’s government promised to make sure they get a better chance to learn. (Photo: A high school student gets her hair adjusted by friends outside the Lycee Marie Jeanne public school […]

September 14, 2014 in Haiti News by

US company wins contract to build Haiti prison

New Zealand Herald, Friday Sep 12, 2014 CROIX-DES-BOUQUETS, Haiti (AP) A construction company based in Maryland has received a U.S. government contract to build a prison in northern Haiti. DFS Construction LLC of Annapolis, Maryland, has been awarded the $5.6 million contract by the State Department to build the prison in Fort Liberte. The State […]

September 13, 2014 in Haiti News by

Experts seek to save Haiti’s historical sites

Michaelle Jean, a special envoy to Unesco who previously served as governor general of Canada, said its cultural heritage is a financial asset, AP, September 5, 2014 The canons have been stolen from the 18th-century seaside fort in the city where Haiti declared its independence and the stones imported from France are commonly targeted […]

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IMF Announces Extension of Haiti’s Extended Credit Facility

Caribbean Journal, September 3, 2014 The International Monetary Fund’s Executive Board has approved the extension of its agreement with Haiti under an Extended Credit Facility. (Photo: the IMF’s headquarters) The agreement was extended to Dec. 28, and was taken without a board meeting, the IMF said. Haiti’s government requested the extension to “provide them with […]

September 5, 2014 in Haiti News by

Toward an important development project in the North

Haiti Libre, 09/02/2014 On Monday, the Prime Minister, Laurent Lamothe, met with Michaëlle Jean, the UNESCO Special Envoy for Haiti, on a mission in the country until September 2, around a major development project in the city of Cap-Haitien to enhance the tourism potential of the city and boost the economy of the region. This […]

September 3, 2014 in Haiti News by

Experts seek to save Haiti’s archaeological sites

The New Zealand Herald, Sunday August 31, 2014 PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) A group of international experts is traveling across Haiti to examine the country’s archaeological sites and develop a plan to better protect them. Lax supervision at historic ruins and what officials say are weak laws to prosecute pillagers have led to a loss of […]

September 1, 2014 in Haiti News by

Climate change’s souring effects on Haiti crops

Miami Herald, By Jacqueline Charles, Thu, Aug. 28, 2014 In September, Walmart will begin offering TOWO Supreme, made from Haiti-grown coffee beans, at select South Florida stores. The coffee is distributed by Kafe Pa Nou. Haiti’s coffee production, which is enjoying a sweet comeback, could be adversely affected by warmer temperatures and less rainfall in […]

August 29, 2014 in Haiti News by

Haiti’s local community to benefit from additional fee from cruise passengers

Haitian-Caribbean News Network, by Joseph Guyler Delva, August 18, 2014 PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (HCNN) — Haiti’s Prime minister, Laurent Lamothe, announced on Monday that an agreement has been reached between the Haitian government and the Royal Caribbean Cruise lines to add two dollars on the fee paid by each tourist visiting the northern Labadie seaside resort […]

August 20, 2014 in Haiti News by

First-Look At Raoul Peck’s Haiti-Set Mystery Loosely-Based On Pier Paolo Pasolini’s ‘Teorema’

IndieWire, By Tambay A. Obenson, August 19, 2014 Set to make its world premiere at the 39th edition of the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) next month is Haitian filmmaker Raoul Peck’s latest work, titled “Murder in Pacot,” which we first alerted you to in May, when it was wrapping up principal photography. The feature […]

August 20, 2014 in Haiti News by

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