10 years on: What Haiti taught us about urban crises and community planning

International Institute for Environment and Development, January 23 2020, London In the wake of the devastating 2010 Haiti earthquake, significant resources were channelled to neighbourhood-level projects, precipitating numerous innovations in community planning. On 23 January, an IIED event will draw out the lessons learned from the emergency relief and recovery phases that continue to be … Read more

Haiti’s National Regulation Authority for Energy announces second RFQ

New Energy Events, August 30, 2019 The National Regulation Authority for Energy (ANARSE) of Haiti has announced its second Request for Qualification (RFQ) for a grid modernisation project in collaboration with Energy Cell MTPTC and EDH, and with the support of USAID. Haiti’s government recently announced its new policy of privatising electricity grids, aiming to … Read more

Things to do in Miami during Haitian Heritage Month

The month of May holds a special place in Haitians’ hearts Miami Curbed, By Carla St. Louis May 6, 2018 Get in touch with Miami’s Haitian side by celebrating Haitian Heritage Month, 31 days filled with parties, art exhibits, and festivals. The City of North Miami released a list of events to help locals celebrate. Miami-Dade Board of County Commissioners Jean Monestime, always … Read more

Toussaint Louverture – La Fierte Creole

GrandToronto.ca, Alliance Française de Toronto, MARDI 7 AVRIL Chants, poésies, danses rendront hommage à celui qui a joué un rôle historique de premier plan en tant que chef de la Révolution haïtienne mais aussi à l’une des grandes figures des mouvements anticolonialiste, abolitionniste et d’émancipation des Noirs. Né en 1743, Toussaint Louverture est le fils d’un roi … Read more