• L’Ambassade d’Haïti à Washington, D.C., sera fermée le Mardi 17 Octobre 2017, en l’honneur et commémoration du Père de la Patrie, Jean-Jacques Dessalines.

    Elle sera de nouveau à votre service le Mercredi 18 Octobre 2017, dès 9:30 a.m.

  • The Embassy of Haïti in Washington, D.C., will be closed on Tuesday, October 17, 2017, in honor and commemoration of our Founding Father, Jean-Jacques Dessalines.

    We will be pleased to serve you again on Wednesday, October 18, 2017, from 9:30 a.m.


September 20, 2017Embassy Hosts Congressional Dinner to Address the Renewal of TPS for Haitians

The Embassy of Haiti Hosts Congressional Dinner to Address the Renewal of TPS for Haitians In the framework of the Haitian government’s efforts to encourage the U.S. government to renew [...]

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September 1, 2017Embassy of Haiti Launches TPS Hotline

WASHINGTON, DC – SEPTEMBER 1ST, 2017 The Embassy of Haiti in Washington D.C. Announces the Launch of a Hotline to Provide Guidance to Haitian TPS Recipients The Embassy of Haiti [...]

August 29, 2017A Cambridge Affair in DC

A Cambridge Affair in DC: The Embassy of Haiti Hosts the Harvard and MIT Clubs of Washington   On the evening of Tuesday, August 8th, the Embassy of Haiti in [...]

July 31, 2017Association of Alternative News Reception at the Embassy of Haiti

Reception at the Embassy of Haiti for the Association of Alternative News Friday, July 28, 2017 Last week, Washington DC welcomed over 300 U.S. in print, radio and online journalists for [...]

July 30, 2017Trivia Night Thursdays – July 27, 2017

On July 27, 2017 the Embassy of Haiti in Washington DC hosted another evening of Trivia Night Thursdays. Attended by diverse members of the community, this segment included a brief [...]

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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: volunteers@haiti.org