Haitian Music Star Brings Kennedy Center Crowd to its Feet

  Washington, D.C.— Internationally-renowned Haitian troubadour performer Ti-Coca and his band Wanga-Nègès had the audience dancing in the aisle at the Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage. The group brought an hour of upbeat music, bird calls and trills to the U.S. capital city for free performance…

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Olympians Celebrated at Embassy

  The Embassy of Haiti honored its local Haitian Olympians Moise Joseph and Samyr Laine, Sept. 13, 2012. Ambassador Paul Altidor expressed gratitude for the way the two athletes represented Haiti in the 2012 Olympic Summer Games in London. “We are proud to shine a…

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Meaningful Connections Made at Democratic National Convention

  Washington, D.C., Sept. 9, 2012—Haiti’s Ambassador to the U.S., Paul Altidor, viewed his role at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte as apolitical, yet extremely important. “My goal at the convention was to connect with the nation’s leaders,” said Altidor, who attended the convention…

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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: amb.washington@diplomatie.ht