Young Haitian Professional Networking Event

On Thursday, March 27, Embassy staff members joined over one hundred young Haitian professionals ranging from college students to mid-level professionals at Bohemian Caverns for a networking event. The event was organized and hosted by Anabelle Pierre, and Marc Alain Boucicault, two young Haitian professionals working and studying in Washington D.C. The invited speaker Cleve…

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Grande Fête de la Francophonie

Friday, March 21 was the highly anticipated Grande Fête de la Francophonie. The Embassy set its stage with a delectable Haitian culinary experience, a great introduction to the country. Over thirty-five embassies represented, the Grande fête presented a wonderful mélange of francophone cultures from all over the world, including performances from the musical groups Jomion…

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Durable Solutions, Post-Disaster Displacement: Challenges and Opportunities in Haiti

On Friday, March 14, 2014, The Brookings-LSE Project on International Displacement and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) hosted a discussion on the humanitarian and development challenges that accompany efforts to resolve the large-scale displacement crises that emerge after natural disasters. Drawing in particular on experiences in Haiti and the results of a new Brookings-IOM…

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Palmyra Middle School Students visit the Embassy of Haiti in D.C.

On Friday, March 14, Ambassador Altidor and his staff welcomed Jeff Remington, Life Science educator and his students to the Embassy. The students travelled from Pennsylvania to DC for a special visit to the Embassy. Although they have been raising money for their Haiti project, and sharing lessons with many Haitian students in Haiti, for…

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The Contribution of Women in The Francophone World – FSI Panel

On Friday, March 14, The State Department Foreign Service Institute (FSI) hosted a panel discussion on The Contribution of Women in the Francophone World. Panelists included, Mrs. Stephane C. Rosenberg, Chief of Section-Education and Cultural Affairs from the Embassy of Haiti, Washington, D.C. and other experts from Morocco, Ivory Coast and Cameroon. They addressed women…

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Brookings will host a discussion on Friday March 14, 9:30am – Haiti and Displacement with Harry Adam, Executive Director of the Unit for Housing and Public Buildings Construction (UCLBP) of the Prime Minister’s Office, Government of Haiti

Friday, March 14, 2014, 9:30am – 11:00am The Brookings Institution, Falk Auditorium, 1775 Massachusetts Ave, NW, Washington, DC http://www.brookings.edu/events/2014/03/14-haiti-displacement-earthquake The Brookings-LSE Project on International Displacement and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) will host a discussion on the humanitarian and development challenges that accompany efforts to resolve the large-scale displacement crises that emerge after natural…

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WELCOME TO THE FRANCOPHONIE CULTURAL FESTIVAL 2014

  Dear Friends of the Embassy of Haiti, Join us and take a tour of the French-speaking and French-inspired world! Celebrating the creative artistry of the French-speaking world, the Francophonie Cultural Festival is a voyage of exploration, discovery, and cultural sharing that emphasizes the diversity of the French language and cultures. Events include literary salons,…

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Official Visit of the President of the Republic of Haiti, Michel Joseph Martelly, to Washington, D.C.

  President Martelly accompanied by First Lady Sophia Martelly and members of his Cabinet arrived in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday, February 4, 2014. Members of the President’s delegation included: Mr. Pierre-Richard Casimir, Minister of Foreign Affairs; Mrs Ann Valerie Timothee, Chief of the President Cabinet; Mr. Wilson Laleau, Minister of Economy and Finance; Mrs Danielle…

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