The Haitian Internet Newsletter

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Haiti's Brain Drain: From Congo in the 1960s to Chile to "Biden" Today

Just like Barack Obama is a byproduct of an African man who left his seeds in America, Patrick Gaspard is a byproduct of the Haiti brain drain There is a "Biden" phenomenon going on in Haiti right now but what is the real social impact of the Biden Administration's Parole Program on Haiti. The escalating brain drain of professionals is a pressing concern for Haiti's development and stability. more »

Haiti's Brain Drain: Nearly 200,000 Haitians migrated to Chile from 2016 to 2019

Haiti: Peyi sa pa Ofri anyen, CHILI tèt Dwat Back in 2017 Haitians went to Chile at an alarming rate. By the end of that year, the number of Haitians who entered Chilean territory was well over 100,000 within two years. by the year 2019, the number had grown to close to 200,000 Haitians in Chile. more »

10 Health Benefits of Koupye, or Pourpiers (Purslane in English)

Vegetables in Haiti - Pourpiers / Koupye (purslane in English) Many Haitians have grown accustomed to eating "koupye", called pourpiers in French, purslane in English, but would you believe the number of health benefits this often ignored leafy green vegetable has? more »

I am getting Watery Eyes, Google says I am getting too old LOL

I Drank Water on an Empty Stomach for a Month, and This Happened I Googled "watery eyes" and then I find out that I may be getting too old LOL... more »

Answered : Why is the Dominican Republic moving forward and Haiti is not?

The Dominican Republic - This is what happens when this political stability in a country - Haiti take notice Do you want to know why the neighboring Dominican Republic is progressing really fast and Haiti is moving backwards? This simple answer is posted on the front page of one of the most successful free trade zone in the Dominican Republic. more »

Retired Haitian woman swears she will never go back to Haiti

After spending more than 35 years living between the Bahamas in the United States, this old Haitian lady thanked her fellow countrymen for shattering her dream of retiring in Haiti. more »

More Americans are working pass age 75 and it is not because they are broke

At 76 years old, Haitian man Jeudy Jean Horel went back to high school Would you still work if you were 75 years old or older? More and more Americans are working pass age 75 and it is not because they are broke. Discover the reason why. more »

Haiti's Brain Drain: Migration of Haitian Teachers and Doctors to Congo in the 1960s

Just like Barack Obama is a byproduct of an African man who left his seeds in America, Patrick Gaspard is a byproduct of the Haiti brain drain In the early 1960s, hundreds of Haitian professionals, including teachers, professors, engineers, and doctors, embarked on a journey to Africa. While this migration marked a significant effort to support the growth of African nations, it simultaneously led to a brain drain from Haiti, impacting its development on multiple fronts. more »

Spirit Airlines Resumes Flights to Cap-Haitien, Haiti

Spirit Airlines Ultra Low Fares Fort Lauderdale (FLL) to Cap Haitien (CAP) After a temporary suspension due to recent unrest and safety concerns in Haiti, Spirit Airlines is resuming daily commercial service between Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport and Cap-Haitien. more »

Royal Caribbean Suspends Labadee Haiti Cruises Amid Ongoing Unrest

Labadie / Labadee Haiti - A view of the Labadie Peninsula in Northern Haiti Royal Caribbean has announced the suspension of all its May 2024 cruises to the popular destination of Labadee in Haiti, citing ongoing unrest as the reason for the decision. more »