Haiti - News : Zapping...
The former Consul of Haiti in the Dominican Republic Edwin Paraison, during an interview on La Rocka 91.7 FM very concerned about the number of kidnappings in Haiti declared that from a demographic point of view, Haiti "is one of the countries where the most kidnappings have been recorded. In other words, Haiti is fundamentally overtaking countries like Mexico, El Salvador, and Honduras, and that's extremely worrying."
OFATMA on the brink of bankruptcy
the Occupational Accidents, Sickness and Maternity Insurance Office (OFATMA) announces a whole series of measures to redress the finances of the administration on the verge of bankruptcy. Among these measures, the reduction of staff, the reorganization of medical services among others. The Office also announces the establishment of a health insurance card for employees.
ALERT : Fraudulent phone calls
We ask you to be extra careful. Fraudulent phone calls impersonating the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) in Haiti are ongoing. The interlocutor pretends an investigation to collect personal information. Be careful !
Friday evening Me Joseph Jean Boucherau, the Chief of Staff of the Secretary of State (Génard Joseph) for the integration of people with disabilities (BSEIPH) kidnapped on May 1st https://www.icihaiti.com/en/news-36570-icihaiti-bseiph-2-people-kidnapped-and-2-vehicles-stolen.html was released for ransom. One of the BSEIPH drivers kidnapped the same day is still in the hands of his captors.
The General Directorate of the National Old-Age Insurance Office (ONA) formally denies the information suggesting that 10 security agents of the institution were arrested by the Central Directorate of the Judicial Police (DCPJ). The ONA invites the Haitian population to be careful about a set of false information (FAKE NEWS) circulating on social networks on the ONA for some time.
NOTICE : Consulate General of Haiti in Montreal closed
The Consulate General of Haiti in Montreal informs the public in general and the Haitian community in Quebec in particular that its offices will be closed on Wednesday, May 18, 2022, on the occasion of the Flag and University Day. Consular services will resume on Thursday, May 19, 2022, from 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. For more information on the various consular services as well as to make an appointment, please visit the consulate website www.consulat-haiti-montreal.org
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