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The Brazil Visa Application Center informs the public that all notarized copies of documents required during the process from Brazil must be sent to Haiti. All applicants must have these documents in the physical file that they must submit on the day of submission. Notarized copies are a requirement of the Embassy to process records.
Telephone: 2817 5900 / 2817 5901
Funeral of police officer Félix Elysée
Monday, August 29, the Prime Minister a.i. Ariel Henry alongside Berto Dorcé, the Minister of Justice and Frantz Elbé, the Commander-in-Chief a.i. of the National Police of Haiti (PNH) attended the funeral of police officer Félix Elysée and declared "My presence at the funeral of Félix Elysée is an ultimate and last well-deserved tribute to this valiant policeman who died on August 20, following an operation carried out against the armed bandits of Savien [...] I take this opportunity to salute the memory of all the police officers who died in the line of duty. The Nation will always be grateful to them. Honor and merit to these worthy sons of the common Fatherland !" See also : https://www.icihaiti.com/en/news-37470-icihaiti-pnh-sympathy-visit-to-the-family-of-the-killed-policeman-felix-elysee.html
Bad weather : Assessment in the locality of Tête-de-l’eau
James Cadet, the Minister of the Environment in the company of Kesner Normil President (Mayor) of the Municipal Council of Pétion-ville carried out an assessment visit to the locality of Tête-de-l'eau to make a first observation of the damage caused by the torrential rains that fell on the town on August 27. Following this visit, the Minister mobilized heavy machinery to allow the Town Hall to clean up the city center and above all to clean out the ravine at the level of Tête de l'eau to prevent the repetition of this situation. See also : https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-37512-haiti-weather-floods-in-several-municipalities-in-the-west-and-artibonite.html
Former PM Evans Paul welcomes the position of the Haitian Employers' Association
Former Prime Minister Evans Paul welcomed the recent position of the Haitian employers' group. https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-37514-haiti-crisis-a-first-in-haitian-history.html . According to him, "the fact that these businessmen want to make their peers aware of the need to meet their tax obligations and limit their profits demonstrates an awareness."
PAPJAZZ 2023 is relocating
The 16th edition of the PAPJAZZ Festival will be held exceptionally in Cap Haitien from January 18 to 22, 2023.
Post-earthquake : UNICEF Health Service
The earthquake of August 14, 2021 https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-34479-haiti-flash-magnitude-72-earthquake-in-the-nippes-updated-10am.html damaged 60% of sanitary facilities of which 23% destroyed or with serious damage. Through the mobile clinics, UNICEF provided integrated health and nutrition services to 52,000 people, including 15,800 children.