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Haiti Continues Hotel Training in Cap-Haitien Ahead of National Carnival

Above: participants in the latest hotel training session in Cap-Haitien (Photo: MT Haiti) By the Caribbean Journal staff Haiti’s Tourism Ministry continued its push to improve the quality of hotel service in the country with a 10-day training session for […]


A New Look in Haiti's Cap-Haitien

Above: the inauguration ceremony (Photo: MT Haiti) By the Caribbean Journal staff Haiti has inaugurated a tourism project aimed at restoring the facades of a series of properties on Cap Haitien’s Rue 19. The project, which targets 29 houses on […]


Haiti: US Coast Guard Repatriates 14 Migrants to Cap Haitien

Above: the USCGC Bear (Photo: USCG) By the Caribbean Journal staff The United States Coast Guard Cutter Bear repatriated 14 migrants from Haiti to Cap Haitien this week, the government announced in a release. The Coast Guard Sector Miami received […]


Haiti: Heavy Rains Lead to 11 Deaths

Above: flooding in Haiti during Sandy (FP) By the Caribbean Journal staff Heavy rains and flooding at the end of the week in Haiti led to the deaths of at least 11 people near Cap-Haitien, according to Haiti’s Office of […]

Martelly: Aid to Haiti Should Focus on Long-Term Development

Above: Haiti President Michel Martelly in Brooklyn this week (Photo: OP Haiti) By the Caribbean Journal staff Aid to Haiti should primarily be focused on a goal of long-term development, Haiti President Michel Martelly said this week. The comment came […]

Haiti Launches Tourism Week

Above: Haiti Tourism Minister Stephanie Villedrouin (second from right) visiting the under-construction Best Western hotel in Petion-Ville (Photo: MT Haiti) By the Caribbean Journal staff Haiti launches its Tourism Week beginning Sunday as part of a series of activities to […]


Haiti Creates Unit to Manage Country's National History Park

Above: King Henri-Christophe’s Sans-Souci Palace near Cap Haitien (UN Photo/Victoria Hazou) By the Caribbean Journal staff Nearly 30 years after it was first classified as a World Heritage Site by the United Nation Scientific, Educational and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), Haiti’s […]

United States Ambassador Pamela White Makes Visit to Northern Haiti

Above: US Ambassador to Haiti Pamela White By the Caribbean Journal staff United States Ambassador to Haiti Pamela White, who arrived in the country earlier this month, made her first excursion beyond Port-au-Prince with a trip to northern Haiti. The […]

Haiti's Martelly Meets with EU Development Commissioner Piebalgs

Above: Haitian President Michel Martelly meets with victims of the Tabarre market fire last month (Photo: OP) By the Caribbean Journal staff European Union Development Commissioner Andris Piebalgs is in Haiti for a meeting with President Michel Martelly, as part […]


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