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Haitian Times News Roundup – Dec. 28 – The Haitian Times

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Haiti: Residents of Communal section Saint-Marc Threatens the Society of waters of Saint-Marc.

Guito Édouard, general director of the National Directorate of Drinking Water and Sanitation met residents of the fourth communal section of Saint-Marc who threatened to sabotage again the water supply network of the Society of waters of Saint Marc (SESAM) if damaged bridges and roads are not rehabilitated by 31 December 2018, Le National reports. Continue reading

Mark Green, USAID Administrator Visited Haiti

Mark Green, the administrator of the US Agency for International Development, Mark Green, closed a four-day visit to Haiti last week. During his stay he visited USAID-funded programs in the areas of health, agriculture and entrepreneurship. Green met with Government officials, the private sector and donor partners, Radio Metropole reports.

Haitian Women Group Speaks out on the Radio Kiskeya Fire

Solidarite fanm Ayisyèn ( Haitian women Solidarity) believes that the fire that ravaged Radio Kiskeya TV on the night of Friday 21 to Saturday, December 22, 2018 exposed the fragility of Haiti. Firefighters took more than two hours to get to the scene while the distance between the two buildings is a few minutes walk. The country does not even have an effective fire department in case there is fire. The organization invites anyone with fire investigation expertise, distinguished investigators and the radio community to collaborate on this issue, Alterpresse reports. Continue reading

Haitian Newsmakers Of The Year

Haiti won big in sports this year. While the small island nation made the news circuit a few times this year, often for not so glamorous reasons, she was also the topic of mainstream discussions because of the success of athletes in the Haitian Diaspora. Here are six members of the Haitian Diaspora who shone a light on Haiti this year, bringing her beauty to the main stage. Continue reading

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