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08/03/2022 11:14:36

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FLASH : registration Scholarships in China
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs informs the public that the United Nations Technology Bank informs of scholarship opportunities for students from least developed countries (including Haiti) in the "International Design Education" (IDE) program for the period 2022 a (Zhejiang University in China). Information and online registration form at : https://isinfosys.zju.edu.cn/recruit/login.shtml

South : The Earth trembled
At least 10 earthquakes of magnitude greater than 3 on the Richter scale have been recorded since the beginning of the month matrs 2022, most often at sea off Jérémie. Monday, March 7 at midday, an earthquake of 4.2 on the Richter scale at shallow depth was felt in Jérémie (Grand'Anse) and caused panic. The epicenter was located at sea about 20 km north of Jérémie.

356 stranded Haitians, details
Following the grounding of a boat overloaded with illegal Haitian migrants in front of the Ocean Reef Club in North Key Largo,https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-36116-haiti-usa-a-boat-carrying-more-than-200-haitians-ran-aground-near-ocean-reef-key-largo.html Alan Regalado, in charge of communication for the Florida Border Guard, said "158 migrants have decided to swim to the coast [...] The 198 others who remained in the boat were transferred to a US Coast Guard ship [...]" adding that the first group of Haitians is detained by the border police, and the second group is under the responsibility coast guards.

Statement by Congresswoman Sheila Cherfilus-McCormick
"Unfortunately, this ongoing crisis is caused by social, economic, and political instability across the region, and our nation’s failed foreign policy towards Haiti. To reduce the number of migrants risking their lives to enter the U.S. we must prioritize security in the country. Second, we must allow the people of Haiti to determine their political destiny by supporting consensus among political actors, civil society, religious and private sectors to create a civil society-led democratic transition. Third, incentivize foreign direct investments that would lead to sustainable development and the creation of jobs. In the meantime, I urge the administration to halt the repatriation of Haitian nationals to Haiti," said Congresswoman Sheila Cherfilus-McCormick Democratic Representative of Florida

Reconstruction of civil status documents
Working session with the civil status officers of the communes of Chardonnières and of Les Anglais in order to identify the difficulties encountered by the local population, in particular the inhabitants of the communal sections : lost, illegible, unregistered, poorly written and/or tainted with irregularities... The Human Rights Office in Haiti is developing, within the framework of the Legal Assistance and Human Rights program and with specific support from the Swiss Embassy, ​​an axis on the reconstitution of civil status documents, particularly accentuated in the jurisdictions of Les Cayes and Coteaux, impacted by successive natural hazards.

31 Haitians arrested in Dajabón
The Specialized Land Borders Security Corps (CESFRONT) arrested 31 Haitians in an irregular migration situation who were living in hiding in an abandoned house in Dajabón.

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