The United Nations has inaugurated a water supply system in the Lascahobas Commune as part of its anti-cholera fight in Haiti.
Dr. Janet Tinoco, a faculty member in the College of Business at the Daytona Beach Campus, spent spring break in Leogane and Port-au-Prince, Haiti, along with members of Mission Haiti and the Sisters of St. Joseph Congregation. “My goal was to study the educational system and opportunities for the Haitian people, particularly with respect to girls and women,” she said. Continue reading “Business Professor Sees Education as Key to Haiti Progress”
Catholics are banding together to bring life-saving health care to rural areas of Haiti, one of the poorest countries in the world.
Following the cancellation on 26 January of President Michelle Bachelet’s visit to Haiti due to the violent forest fires that ravaged several regions of her country, President Bachelet will be in Haiti on Monday, March 27 2017. Continue reading “President of Chile Michelle Bachelet to Visit Haiti”
Despite their dire conditions and empty stomachs, about 240 people living inside a cave in the rugged mountains in Haiti’s southern peninsula were singing joyful hymns. And their voices led a team from Food For The Poor right to them.
In three years with the Bucs, offensive lineman Kevin Pamphile has been active in sending school supplies and hygiene kits to students in his parents’ homeland of Haiti. Last month, he made his first trip there and saw in person the lives he was working so hard to improve.
At least two people were injured after shots were fired at a motorcade carrying former Haitian president Jean-Bertrand Aristide in Port-au-Prince Monday in an apparent assassination attempt. Continue reading “Former Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristede Survives Possible Assassination Attempt”
A fire has engulfed much of a popular marketplace in Haiti’s capital where hundreds of impoverished vendors sell their wares.