9th Annual D.C. Haitian Ladies Brunch

For the second consecutive year, Ambassador Paul Altidor hosted more than 200 Haitian women at the Embassy of Haiti for the 9th Annual D.C. Haitian Ladies Brunch on December 14. The Embassy was filled with food, fellowship and warmth as generations of Haitian and Haitian-American women celebrated the rich culture of Haiti. This year’s theme,…


Fall Creole Classes 2014

Creole for Advanced Beginners! Fall 2014 Do you have some knowledge of Haitian Creole, and want to improve your speaking and writing skills? The Embassy of Haiti is offering this free Creole course this fall just for you! The Six-week course is designed specifically for Creole Beginners, and will be taught by Dr. Marie Marcelle…



  Surveys are important when used to promote action and development on important goals. The success of Zafèn can be attributed in part to you due to the valuable responses to the HHTARG Zafèn Crowdfunding Survey done in 2010. Today Zafèn has provided loans to 442 entrepreneurs for approximately 2 million dollars and has been…


Condolence Book for Former President Leslie Manigat

  The Embassy of the Republic of Haiti in Washington, D.C. with deep sorrow, announces the passing of Former Haitian President, Professor Leslie François St-Rock Manigat, on June 27, 2014, in Port-au- Prince. The Embassy will have an official condolence book available for those in the Greater Washington D.C. area who may wish to pay…


The Embassy of Haiti Launches Fellowship Program for Haitian-American Collegiate Students and Young Professionals

The Embassy of the Republic of Haiti in Washington, D.C. announces the Haiti’s Future Leaders Fellowship Program, June 23 – August 15, 2014. The Haiti’s Future Leaders Fellowship is a cross-cultural, educational initiative designed to meet two main objectives: to involve the Haitian Diaspora in the country’s development process and to foster the career development…


National Haitian Flag Day Celebration


frenchintheamericas haiti flagYou are invited to a special performance on May 18th, as part of the Embassy’s celebration of our National Flag Day.

Featuring: James Germain, the internationally renowned Haitian singer & The Jean Appolon Expressions Dance Theatre