Haiti - News : Zapping...
Former Prime Minister Evans Paul believes that Parliament is responsible for its dysfunction, arguing that parliamentarians were not attached to their constitutional mission of passing laws and controlling the actions of the executive.
US Ambassador visits Artibonite
The U.S. Ambassador to Haiti, Michele Sison, and the USAID Assistant Administrator for Latin America and the Caribbean, John Barsa, visited Saint-Michel-de-l'Attalaye in the Department of Artibonite where they attended a distribution of essential food aid to the population. This distribution was organized by USAID, the World Food Program and Caritas. While it is true that this aid will help to alleviate some urgent needs, it is also true that it cannot constitute a long-term solution. The United States remains a dedicated partner in building a stable and prosperous Haiti.
40% of the population will need humanitarian assistance
According to OCHA, in 2020, 4.6 million people in Haiti, 40% of the total population, will need humanitarian assistance. Among them, the analyzes identified 1.6 million women, 962,000 men, 1.1 million girls, 1 million boys, and 101,000 people living with disabilities. The number of people in need increased by 79% compared to 2019 (2.6 million). The highest needs result from food insecurity, which with 4.1 million people in Phases 3 and 4 of the IPC accounts for the vast majority of the 4.6 million people in need.
Jovenel Moïse expresses his grief
"This fire too many at the Port Market, this January 13, 2020, exasperates the population. I express my full solidarity with the merchants, victims of this odious drama. Clear instructions have been passed to the Government in order to bring them the necessary support as soon as possible," Jovenel Moïse See also : https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-29767-haiti-news-zapping.html
The Initiative of Haitian Women in Tourism (IFTH), in partnership with Sco Tour Haiti (STH), the Françoise Canez Auguste Foundation and the Lorquet Foundation, organizes on Thursday January 16 and Friday January 17, 2020 a Training on entrepreneurship with the businesswoman Nadine Francillon from Canada. This two-day training will be held at the Canne-Sucre Historical Park in Tabarre from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm Those interested are invited to register on this link https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe5tAiJrId7Tt-V0LwyN0EjZl6EOAoIKmFCWWoIcjH7Y90OyA/viewform?vc=0&c=0&w=1&fbclid=IwAR0h5aRiljUYQV2xZG3sHurrTI6bUnfXVPE2fA0ZGOecLcZOKqDn72dxdsc
Football : Beginning of the year busy
The first quarter of football promises to be busy for Haitian Football with first : the participation from January 28 to February 9, of the senior female selection in the last phase of the playoffs of the Tokyo 2020 women's tournament; the participation from February 22 to March 8 of the women's under-20 selection in the last phase of the qualifiers for the World Cup under 20 and the participation from March 20 to April 1 of the men's under-23 selection years in the last phase of the Olympic playoffs.