Section: Aid & Development

Haiti's Planning Minister allegedly involved in $2-million corruption case, Whistleblower

Published on by Joe Colas (author)

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Officials in the public administration, who spoke to HCNN on condition of anonymity, said Yves Germain Joseph would be involved in several cases of corruption

UN, Haiti launch $401m Transitional Appeal to help build resilience

Published on by Sophie Boutaud de la Combe (author)

UN Secretary-General, Ban Ki Moon (left) shaking hands with Haitian President Michel Martelly, during a recent visit to Haiti (photo: )

UN Secretary-General, Ban Ki Moon (left) shaking hands with Haitian President Michel Martelly, during a recent visit to Haiti

Communiqué by the UN Mission in Haiti and the Haitian government seeking funds to help vulnerable individuals and communities

Haiti's government decides to strengthen national statistical system

Published on by Joseph Guyler C. Delva (author)

de gauche à droite: Secrétaire d'Etat Michel Présumé, le DG du ministère du Plan, Giovanni Dorélien, un représentant de L'UE, Mario Caivano, et Shirley Augustin, Coordonnatrice de L'ONPES (photo: )

de gauche à droite: Secrétaire d'Etat Michel Présumé, le DG du ministère du Plan, Giovanni Dorélien, un représentant de L'UE, Mario Caivano, et Shirley Augustin, Coordonnatrice de L'ONPES

Secretary of State for Planning, Michel Présumé, emphasizes the importance of statistical data in the implementation of public policies

Haiti's PM tells slum dwellers about government's focus on their needs

Published on by Joseph Guyler Delva (author)

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At Cité Soleil, Laurent Lamothe said his government's prime goal is to change living conditions of the poorest

Haiti's provincial town welcomes first international flight from Florida

Published on by Joe Colas (author)

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Northern city of Cap-Haitien's Hugo Chavez new international airport launches operations with American Airlines flight from Florida, USA