Introducing Our Newest Culinary Class Series “Manje Lakay“ Dear Esteemed Friends, The Embassy and its staff have been hard at work developing a culinary initiative to share with the community. We are excited to provide this complimentary service and share this experience with our community of friends and supporters. Haitian gastronomy is at the core…Details
The Embassy of Haiti in Washington DC Responds to the Haitian Migration Issue In light of the recentdecision taken by the United States Government to deport Haitian nationals apprehended at U.S. ports of entry who are deemed to have unlawfully entered U.S. soil, an increasing number of Haitians have been placed in detention centers and…Details
For those who are interested in collecting and sending materials to Haiti for relief efforts, we strongly recommend that you make contact with local organizations and/or institutions on the ground prior to shipping. The Embassy of Haiti is not accepting any collected relief items. For your materials to clear customs, please follow the mandatory procedure…Details
Disasters often capture our attention and stimulate a need and urgency to respond. How we choose to help is crucial to the alleviation of the affected areas. It is important that well intended support answers actual needs on the ground, hence engaging in a more coordinated and effective approach towards disaster relief efforts is highly…Details
Durant trois jours, la ville de Washington D.C. a accueilli la 5e Conférence Internationale Annuelle de l’Association Nationale pour l’Avancement des Professionnels Haïtiens (NAAHP). En effet, les 29, 30 septembre et 1er octobre du weekend écoulé, étudiants, professionnels, personnalités du monde politique, social, économique et culturel d’Haïti et de sa diaspora, se sont donné rendez-vous…Details
WASHINGTON, DC – OCTOBER 5, 2016 – On October 4, 2016, a category 4 storm landed in Haiti dumping rain and scouring the land with maximum sustained winds of 145 miles per hour. While this natural disaster has left crops, homes and bridges severely damaged, there have been few casualties. Five storm-related deaths have been…Details
In tribute to the grand opening of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African-American History and Culture.
Le tonmtonm de Jérémie, le carnaval de Jacmel, la citadelle Laferrière de Milot, le Bassin Zim de Hinche, chaque région porte en son sein une couleur de la culture haïtienne. Ainsi l’arc-enciel de cette dernière se dessine. Cependant, au-delà des patrimoines régionaux s’incrustent en l’Haïtien, nonobstant les variantes temporelles, des valeurs générales, entre autres, sa…Details