January 12, 2010, Remembrance Day Observation

On January 12, 2010, the Republic of Haiti was struck by a 7.0 magnitude earthquake. This disaster claimed several hundred thousand lives and displaced many more. While Haiti continues to rebuild, we must never forget those who perished. In commemoration of the 6th anniversary of the earthquake, the Embassy of Haiti in Washington, DC will…

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10th Annual DC Haitian Ladies Brunch

On Sunday, December 6, 2015, Ambassador Paul Altidor hosted the 10th annual Haitian Ladies Brunch at the Embassy. What started off as a small gathering of a few friends is now a memorable occasion of friendship and fellowship among hundreds of Haitian and Haitian-American women in the area.

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Visit of H.E. Prime Minister Evans Paul to Washington D.C.

From September 16 – 18, Prime Minister Paul traveled to Washington D. C. to meet with Secretary John Kerry to discuss the importance of free, fair and credible elections in Haiti. “We have only one goal, only one option – namely, to organize elections to ensure that Haiti can continue on the path of democratic change.

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Goldcup Haiti vs Jamaica

 

The Embassy of the Republic of Haiti invites you to join us in supporting the Haitian National Soccer Team on Saturday, July 18th, at M &T Bank Stadium on their quest to Gold Cup 2015.

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Embassy of Haiti Announces Second Edition of “Haiti’s Future Leaders Fellowship

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 6, 2015 CONTACT: 202-332-4090 amb.washington@diplomatie.ht Embassy of Haiti Announces Second Edition of “Haiti’s Future Leaders Fellowship” Washington, D.C. – The Embassy of Haiti launched the Haiti’s Future Leaders Fellowship Program in 2014 to exchange accomplished university students and young professionals between Haiti and the U.S., and the second annual class of…

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