On November 17, Ambassador Paul Altidor hosted the 8th Annual DC Haitians Ladies Brunch.
On November 15, Ambassador Altidor joined several Caribbean Ambassadors to American University’s (AU) Caribbean Circle.
Ambassador Altidor and his staff hosted a luncheon for Haitian teens from the Art Creation Foundation for Children (ACFC).
This past Saturday night, the Embassy of Haiti in Washington D.C. opened its doors to honor Dr. Michael Eric Dyson.
Ambassador Paul Altidor hosted a dinner roundtable discussion at the Embassy with various members of the U.S. Congressional Black Caucus to discuss U.S.- Haiti relations.
On Friday, October 18, 2013, His Excellency Ambassador Paul Altidor hosted The Wharton Club of Washington, DC: A Wharton Business School Alumni Association.
Thousands of people gathered to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s 1963 “I Have a Dream” speech.
The Embassy hosted on July 2nd, a group of DC children, as part of their activity “discover the world of DC” summer camp.
Ambassador Altidor accompanied President Michel Martelly and First Lady Sophia Martelly at the 2013 NAACP Convention in Orlando, Florida.
Ambassador Altidor received the Max Pulgar-Vidal award at the Roots of Development 5th annual fundraiser Carnival in Washington DC.
Chef Stephan Durand & Pastry Chef Valery Abraham, both came in from Port-au-Prince, to prepare dishes for the World Bank’s executive and main dining rooms.
Author and historian Marcel Bonaparte Auguste led a lively discussion in the Haitian flag.
Haitian Creole lessons, dancers and face painting highlighted the children’s Flag Day activities at the Embassy.
Embassy guests enjoyed a range of Haitian appetizers, entrees and desserts while mingling with VIPs and the Haitian chefs.
Ambassador Altidor personally greeted guests visiting the Embassy for its Flag Day food tasting featuring authentic Haitian cuisine.
The Embassy was adorned with tropical flowers and fruits along with art on loan from prominent Haitian art collectors, Fritz & Gladys Racine.
The Embassy of Haiti shared its music, food, coffee and rum punch, while people took photos of traditional vodou tapestries.
Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe visited Boston, Washington, DC and New York during his U.S. trip. Amb. Paul G. Altidor accompanied the Prime Minister.
The Ambassador joins international development experts to discuss opportunities, challenges and solutions at May conference.
Students from the Howard University School of Business discussed entrepreneurship and Haiti’s transformation with Ambassador Paul G. Altidor.
A full house gathered April 5 at the Embassy to discuss the complex dynamic between French and Creole in Haiti.
The Embassy co-sponsored the play “Delirium of the Fallen Predator” at La Maison Francaise April 3, 2013
More than 400 people attended the opening reception for: On Common Ground: Dominican Republic + Haiti, Wednesday, Feb. 13 at the Art Museum of the Americas.
Permanent Mission to the OAS and the Embassy hosts CARICOM Ambassador’s retreat to discuss issues facing Caribbean nations.
Vanneur Pierre, Haiti’s Minister of Education, visits D.C. to build support for universal education in Haiti.
The Embassy welcomed 21 Ambassadors and 43 diplomats to the semi-annual meeting of the Francophone Ambassadors.
On the eve of inauguration, Ambassador Altidor opened his official residence for an event hosted by Haitian Americans for Progress.
The Embassy of Haiti welcomed director Guetty Félin to screen and discuss her documentary “Broken Stones.”
The roundtable was one in an ongoing series of business forums at the Embassy which encourage business to invest in Haiti.
Jimmy Jean-Louis discusses his starring role in the historical epic “Toussaint L’Ouverture.”
The Diplomatic Corps joined the Embassy of Haiti and Ambassador Paul Altidor in saluting Haitian-American elected officials.
The Embassy of Haiti honored its local Haitian Olympians Moise Joseph and Samyr Laine.
Prime Minister Laurent S. Lamothe visit to Washington D.C.
Ambassador Launches Business Diplomacy Roundtable Series.