Haiti - News : Zapping...
This weekend, Divisional Inspector Jean Marie Rochenel, spokesman for the National Police of Haiti (PNH) presented to the press Witzer Estimable aka "Lodè" a dangerous criminal actively sought and arrested during a police operation in Bon Rest. "Lodè" is accused among others of destruction of plantations, theft of harvests, threat and attempt of assassination, assassination and association of criminals...
Haiti one of the poorest and most vulnerable countries
According to data from the World Bank, "Haiti is one of the poorest countries in the world (GDP less than 350 euros / year / inhabitant), but also one of the most vulnerable to natural disasters, because of its geographical positioning, but also inadequate infrastructure and inadequate governance."
Mexico : Regularization process for Haitians*
In Tijuana and Mexicali, border towns with the United States, the delegation of the Haitian Embassy in Mexico sensitizes and directs Haitian compatriots in the process of regularizing their migratory status in Mexico in Tijuana in the Presidents' Hall of the Town Hall and to Mexicali at the city's central library.
The Minister of Tourism in New York
On Sunday in New York, as part of the 44th Annual Convention of the Association of Haitian Doctors Abroad (AMHE) to be held at the Royal Decameron, Émilie Jessy Menos, Minister of Tourism had a preparatory working meeting with the members and the AMHE Committee.
The DG of the PNH in Jamaica
Michel-Ange Gédéon, the Director General of the National Police of Haiti (PNH) participated in the "Multilateral Summit on Combating Crime Interconnected World" in Jamaica. During his 48-hour stay, he met with the Director of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) for the region and his counterpart of the Jamaican Police with whom he addressed several issues of common interest.
Tourism : Did you know ?
Unit 2 of the Pine Forest has been classified as a Natural National Park since January 2014 for its rich biodiversity, its extraordinary natural habitats such as Pic La Selle, Casacade Pichon... Its conservation elements (unique landscapes, endemic and rare species of plants and birds), its fresh climate throughout the year, make it one of the most visited eco-tourist regions in Haiti. The park has a chalet of several standard rooms for visitors wishing to spend pleasant nights or stays + hikes at affordable prices.