Through April 13, the nation’s capital will serve as host for a full calendar of films, concerts, discussions, plays, children’s workshops, culinary tastings and activities during the 2013 Francophonie Cultural Festival. This year’s festival, a celebration and exploration of French-infused culture, is led by Stephane Rosenberg, cultural section chief for the Embassy of Haiti.…Details
Moise Joseph hopes to raise funds for youth education and sports programs in Haiti by doing what he does best: run. He’s inviting everyone to join him 9 a.m. Saturday, March 23, 2013 at the South Lakes High School Track for the fourth annual run. Register here Joseph, who represented Haiti in the 2004…Details
The Embassy of Haiti along with the Embassy of the Dominican Republic hosts an art exhibit at the Art Museum of the Americas.
Haiti’s Minister of Education, Vanneur Pierre hosts a series of working sessions and a public forum to encourage immediate action on Haiti’s universal education plan. The education delegation met with the Inter American Development Bank, The World Bank and other partners. Haitian Education Officials Concerned With Slow Reconstruction Visit Washington D.C. to Spur Action…Details
The Permanent Mission to the OAS along with the Embassy of Haiti hosted ambassadors to CARICOM. During the ambassador’s retreat Friday, Feb. 8 key issues facing Caribbean nations were discussed.
The Embassy welcomed 21 Ambassadors and 43 diplomats to the semi-annual meeting of the Francophone Ambassadors. Stephane Calvin Rosenberg, chief of the Embassy’s Cultural Section, will also serve as president of the group’s annual Fracophone Festival in March.
On the eve of inauguration, Ambassador Altidor opened his official residence for an event hosted by Haitian Americans for Progress. More than 100 people attended the event, including Haitian-American elected officials, members of U.S. President Obama’s campaign staff, visitors from around the country and guests from Haiti. It was the first official event at…Details
WASHINGTON, D.C. (January 21, 2013)—As U.S. President Barack Obama took the oath of office for his second term, Haiti’s Ambassador to the United States, Paul G. Altidor, served as the Government of Haiti’s only official representative in attendance. “It is an honor to represent the Republic of Haiti, Haiti’s President Michel Martelly and the…Details
The Embassy of Haiti welcomed director Guetty Félin to screen and discuss her documentary “Broken Stones,” which chronicles post-earthquake recovery in Port-au-Prince’s oldest neighborhood, Quartier Cathédrale—Cathedral Quarter.
On the Occasion of the Third Anniversary of the Earthquake in Haiti, a Message from Ambassador of the Republic of Haiti to the United States, Paul G. Altidor
I would like to take a moment to share with you my thoughts about a day I know is difficult for many of us. Each one of us in the Diaspora felt the magnitude of the earthquake. We remember our sense of anguish. In less than a minute, lives of brothers, sisters, friends, colleagues…Details