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January 1, 2019Happy Haitian Independence Day
January 1, 1804 – January 1, 2019 marks the 215th anniversary of Haiti’s independence establishing the country as the first black free nation in the world. On this solemn day, the Embassy of Haiti in Washington, DC pays a special tribute to our ancestors who overcame one of the greatest triumphs in the history of mankind. We also seize the opportunity to wish our Haitian compatriots and friends a happy independence celebration and a very happy new year. Premye janvye 1804 – Premye janvye 2019 make desan kenzyèm anivèsè endepandans peyi d Ayiti ki se premye pèp nwa endepandan nan mond la. Nan gran jou san parèy sa a, Anbasad d Ayiti nan Washinton gen yon panse espesyal pou zansèt nou yo ki te reyalize pi gwo eksplwa sa a nan tout istwa limanite. L ap pwofite okazyon sa a pou l swete tout konpatriyòt ayisyen ak zanmi nou yoyon bon fèt endepandans ak yon bon ane 2019. 1er janvier 1804 – 1er janvier 2019 ramène le 215eme anniversaire de [...]Read More
December 24, 2018Embassy Hosts its Second Annual Holiday Pop-Up Shop
Embassy Hosts its Second Annual Holiday Pop-Up Shop Featuring a Happy Hour Edition! In Case You Missed It… This past weekend, [...]
October 14, 2018The 13th Annual Haitian Ladies Brunch
The 13th Annual Haitian Ladies Brunch A Celebration of Our Shared Heritage and the Contributions of Haitian Women On Sunday, October 7, [...]
September 6, 2018Book Signing and Discussion – Gessie Belizaire
The Embassy of Haiti Hosts a Book Signing and Discussion Featuring Haitian American Author Gessie Belizaire Of the 107 individuals who [...]
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The Embassy is currently undergoing a process of revitalization and modernization with the aim of better aligning the Embassy’s activities with Government of Haiti’s (“GOH”) strategic priorities and revamp and enhance the services it currently provides to Haitian citizens. The main strategic priority identified by the GOH remains the advancing of business diplomacy. Thus, the Embassy is orienting its activities to foster business development to generate economic growth and job creation. In addition, the Embassy is in the process of enhancing its community outreach services and undertaking the renovation of its physical space.
It is with this context that the Embassy is seeking volunteers from the Haitian-American diaspora open to providing their skills and expertise in a number of different areas. If you would like to assist the Embassy, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org