|Download the Revised School Calendar January to August 2023 (official)|
Haiti - News : Zapping...
According to the Association of owners and drivers of Haiti (APCH), several women were kidnapped and then raped in the evening of November 30 to December 1st, by armed individuals in Maureau-Liancourt, in Artibonite. The victims were on board three buses providing the route Gonaïves/Port-au-Prince, Saint-Marc/Port-au-Prince.
Haiti, one of the 5 countries in the world where famine exists
Thursday, December 1st, Martin Griffiths, the United Nations Humanitarian Affairs Coordinator, indicated that 5 countries are experiencing famine situations: Afghanistan, Ethiopia, Haiti https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-37889-haiti-health-for-the-first-time-famine-is-in-haiti.html , Somalia and South Sudan.
Atlanta : Haiti exhibited at the International Airport
Haiti is one of ten countries to have participated in the traditional end-of-year exhibition organized by the Hartsfield Jackson International Airport in Atlanta, the busiest in the world, under the theme "Winter Wonderland celebration". This exhibition was an opportunity for the Consulate to showcase the colors of our bicolor by reflecting the beauty and unique traditions of Haiti.
Qatar 2022 : Lack of money, Haiti deprived of TV matches
The Haitian State is unable to pay the 2.5 million dollars demanded by the company Verticas for the broadcasting rights of the Qatar 2022 World Cup. As a result, the TNH is no longer authorized to broadcast the games. Guy Célestin, representative of the company Verticas in Haiti was dismissed by the Ministry of Sports where he worked as an adviser See also : https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-38264-haiti-flash-the-tnh-no-longer-has-the-right-to-broadcast-the-qatar-2022-world-cup-for-the-moment.html
815 tankers loaded in 11 days
From November 21 to December 1, 815 tank trucks were loaded at the WINECO oil storage center (Varreux terminal).
250th anniversary of Catherine Flon:
December 2nd, 2022 marked the celebration of the 250th anniversary of the birth of heroine Catherine Flon, who sewed the first national two-tone. This date is included in the Government's calendar of celebrations and commemorations for 2022, called "Year of beautiful human love".