In response to the devastating earthquake that struck Haiti in 2010, Potomac River Running organized the Run for Haiti 5k and Fun Run. Today, Haiti has made profound strides in recovering from the unprecedented disaster and we want to continue providing aid to victims. This race was founded by Moise Joseph, a valuable member…Details
Brookings will host a discussion on Friday March 14, 9:30am – Haiti and Displacement with Harry Adam, Executive Director of the Unit for Housing and Public Buildings Construction (UCLBP) of the Prime Minister’s Office, Government of Haiti
Friday, March 14, 2014, 9:30am – 11:00am The Brookings Institution, Falk Auditorium, 1775 Massachusetts Ave, NW, Washington, DC http://www.brookings.edu/events/2014/03/14-haiti-displacement-earthquake The Brookings-LSE Project on International Displacement and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) will host a discussion on the humanitarian and development challenges that accompany efforts to resolve the large-scale displacement crises that emerge after natural…Details
On Tuesday, March 11, Ambassador Altidor welcomed the members of AAREP, African American Real Estate Professionals – Washington, DC Chapter to the Embassy for a networking reception. The first in a series of events designed to expose AAREP members to the rich history and culture of Haiti as well as business development opportunities. …Details
Dear Friends of the Embassy of Haiti, Join us and take a tour of the French-speaking and French-inspired world! Celebrating the creative artistry of the French-speaking world, the Francophonie Cultural Festival is a voyage of exploration, discovery, and cultural sharing that emphasizes the diversity of the French language and cultures. Events include literary salons,…Details
Official Visit of the President of the Republic of Haiti, Michel Joseph Martelly, to Washington, D.C.
President Martelly accompanied by First Lady Sophia Martelly and members of his Cabinet arrived in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday, February 4, 2014. Members of the President’s delegation included: Mr. Pierre-Richard Casimir, Minister of Foreign Affairs; Mrs Ann Valerie Timothee, Chief of the President Cabinet; Mr. Wilson Laleau, Minister of Economy and Finance; Mrs Danielle…Details
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: February 4, 2014 CONTACT: Communication Department: firstname.lastname@example.org President Michel Martelly to Meet with President Barack Obama & Attend National Prayer Breakfast This Week As the U.S. kicks off its annual commemoration of Black History Month, the Embassy of Haiti today announced that President Michel Martelly will travel to the United States to…Details
On January 16, Ambassador Altidor welcomed the members of ColorComm, Women of Color in Communications, to the Embassy for their New Year reception. In his welcome remarks, the Ambassador highlighted that although many people associate Haiti with a need for charity, Haiti is an open field of endless opportunities. He invited the guests to…Details
It takes time to heal a wound or to heal a heart. But to heal a nation it takes the joining of all hands in unity. Four years ago today one of the most devastating natural disasters in recorded history struck the nation of Haiti. The earthquake of January 12, 2010 will never be…Details
On January 1, 2014, Ambassador Paul Altidor kicked off the New Year celebrating Haiti’s 210th year of Independence with nearly 200 guests at the Embassy. It was an occasion to celebrate freedom and a taste of Haitian cuisine with Soup Joumou. Serving and eating Soup Joumou on Haiti’s Independence Day is an integral part…Details
His Excellency Paul Altidor cordially requests the pleasure of your company at the Embassy for the celebration of Haiti’s 210th year of independence.
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