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09/09/2017 11:00:44

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Diaspora : IRMA, message from the Embassy of Haiti
The Embassy of Haiti in Washington DC calls for caution to Haitian compatriots in Florida and invites them to evacuate areas at risk. "We encourage our compatriots in Florida to follow the instructions of local authorities, to reach temporary shelters."

Red Alert raised but...
The red alert is lifted but the risk of landslides and flooding remains on the Great North. The resumption of domestic and international flights and transports is authorized under the responsibility of the transport companies. The ban on cabotage operations is maintained for the northern coast of the country where dangerous sea conditions remain until Saturday evening.

It's the old border bridge that has ceded
"The bridge linking Haiti to the Dominican Republic between Ouanaminthe and Dajabon remains solid and viable. It was the old, out-of-service bridge that fell under the effects of hurricane IRMA," said Aviol Fleurant, Minister of Planning.

Reopening of Embassies of France and USA
The French Embassy and its consular section will re-open their doors to the public on Monday 11 September. The US Embassy will resume regular operations on Monday, September 11, including the full range of consular services.

Food for the Poor in the field
Following the passage of Hurricane Irma, the team of "Food For The Poor" made a field visit Friday morning and found that the Northeast department was heavily hit. They noted flooded rivers, destroyed rice fields, damaged houses, cooking utensils, school materials and important parts carried away by the rise of water in the community of Malfety of 12,000 inhabitants, located at the entrance of Garate, not far from Garde Saline and the city of Fort-Liberté.

Message of sympathy from the Ministry of Education
"Sympathy to victims and families of educational agents affected at the passager of Hurricane IRMA in the Great North of the country," Ministry of Education.

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