Haiti – News : Zapping…
Haiti – News : Zapping…
Demonstration and violence : the Codevi free zone paralyzed
Monday, the activities of the free zone of Codevi (Groupe M – CODEVI) largest employer in Haiti https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-26459-haiti-economy-a-dominican-responsible-for-more-than-20-of-textile-jobs-in-the-country.html have been paralyzed because of the tense situation that has reigned in Ouanaminthe since Sunday evening.
The motorbike taxi drivers demonstrates
On Monday, motorcycle taxi drivers in Lalue and Delmas in particular demonstrated to protest against the price adjustment of petroleum products announced by Prime Minister Henry. The protesters erected barricades of burning tires on the Delmas highway and blocked traffic.
2 people kidnapped aboard a rowboat
Friday, September 9 in the evening, armed individuals kidnapped two people aboard a boat in the bay of Port-au-Prince. They would be two employees of a private company operating the Port of the National Port Authority.
Heavily armed Dominican soldiers at the border
Heavily armed Dominican soldiers are mobilized towards border crossing points with Haiti, due to demonstrations and looting taking place in several places in Haiti by demonstrators protesting against the high cost of living, insecurity, shortage of fuel and the Prime Minister whose departure they demand.
Suicide a tragedy in Haiti
The Mental Health Unit of the Ministry of Public Health marked, this Saturday, September 10, 2022, World Suicide Prevention Day by drawing attention to the magnitude of this tragedy in Haiti. The Director of this unit, Mr. Domersant took the opportunity to launch a month-long campaign, from September 10 to October 10 (World Mental Health Month) to reduce mental health stigma and fight against this growing phenomenon in the country, especially in the Great South.
A “hospitainer” offered by the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg
Zero preventable maternal deaths in humanitarian situations thanks to the “hospitainer” (container hospital) offered by the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. Dr. Max Dervil of the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and Medical Director Dr. Sonel Févry successfully performed the first caesarean in the hospital located in Azile (155.2 km from Port-au-Prince). The newborn and the mother are doing well. Congratulations to the team and thank you to UNFPA and the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.