Haiti – News : Zapping…
Barriers to the arrival of new banks
The Haitian banks make huge profits, it should attract the arrival of other banks this is what economics teaches but in Haiti we have the opposite, the same banks for more than 30 years. There are barriers to re-entry in the Haitian banking sector” Dr. Eddy N. Labossière.
Christmas distribution to Delmas
On Sunday, in an atmosphere of solidarity and sharing Christmas party, the Mayor of Delmas Me Wilson Jeudy accompanied by the Deputy Mayor Rose Trinita Louis has distributed food kits and envelopes to children
Did you know ?
Between 2005 and 2018, Haiti is the country that has experienced the largest transition in the Caribbean region in terms of fertility, from more than 4 children to 3 children per woman, said Ramiz Alakbarov, the Director of Policy and Strategy of the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) at the launch of the State of the World Population Report 2018.
The 1st PAP Baptist Church, accessible to the disabled
Sunday, December 23, Gérald Oriol Jr., the Secretary of State for the Integration of Persons with Disabilities in collaboration with partner institutions, inaugurated the work of accessibility of the First Baptist Church of Port-au-Prince. This work, carried out by the Office of the Secretary of State, with funding from the “Christian Blind Mission” (CBM), was carried out by Haiti Tec and consisted of making accessible to the building, the pulpit and a toilet . Arrangements have been made to guarantee access to the building for persons in wheelchairs, support bars have been installed for persons with reduced mobility and guidance lines to facilitate the movement of the blind.
Kiskeya : Words of Solidarity
The fire that ravaged the building of Radio Kiskeya in the evening of December 21 hhttps://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-26465-haiti-flash-radio-tv-kiskeya-reduced-to-ashes.html cannot take away this memory of struggles for the establishment of a real democracy Mayor Chevry Youri sympathizes with all the staff of this institution while wishing Kiskeya a quick rebound.
“The Lorquet Foundation demonstrates its solidarity with Marvel Dandin, Liliane Pierre-Paul, Stéphane Pierre-Paul and the entire team of Radio Kiskeya, who in an atmosphere of desolation, have seen the smoke of an achievement of more than 24 years old […] The Foundation expresses all its solidarity and shares the pain of all the members of the station as well as all the other victims of this disaster having caused great damage and enormous losses in materials.”