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Haiti - News : Zapping...
06/05/2023 11:31:45

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Popular Justice : 2 robbers lynched
On the night of Thursday to Friday, May 6, 2023, two individuals accused by popular clamor of robbery were stoned and their corpses burned by members of the population of Petite Anse, 3rd communal section of Cap-Haitien.

Textile sector : 10,000 jobs lost
The textile subcontracting sector, which employed 53,387 people in September 2022, lost 9,692 jobs (-18.1%) between September 2022 and March 2023. Insecurity, fuel shortages, consecutive market losses (a because of repeated production stoppages) mean that today there are only 43,695 employees left in the textile sector and that several assembly companies do not rule out leaving Haiti if the security conditions continue to deteriorate.

Only 300 midwives in Haiti
According to the standards of the World Health Organization (WHO) Haiti would need 1,800 midwives, (6 midwives for 1,000 deliveries). Currently, Haiti has only about 300 total midwives in the country (16.6% of standards), according to census data conducted by the Association of Haitian Midwives.

Crisis in Haiti : the United States makes progress with Brazil
Linda Thomas-Greenfield, the US Ambassador to the UN tried to shake things up on the crisis in Haiti during a visit to Brazil, which currently sits on the Security Council. She affirms that Brazil "feels concerned by Haiti" and that the Brazilians "want something to be done" and they are committed to working with us at the Security Council affirms the American Ambassador "We are making progress, but we are all frustrated that we have not been able to make faster progress."

Taiwan alongside farmers
The Technical Mission of Taiwan in Haiti recently provided agricultural equipment donated by "Taiwan Foundation for Disaster Relie" to local farmers in Les Cayes, to quickly restore the vitality of agricultural land, increase rice production, and also help farmers maintain their food independence.

Clerks on strike since 2 months
The National Association of Haitian Court Clerks (ANAGH), calls for maintaining the work stoppage initiated on March 7, 2023, by the court clerks of the country's 18 jurisdictions to obtain the application of the 2017 agreement. have been engaged with the authorities concerned, but nothing concrete has been done, deplores the ANAGH.

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