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Ed Lozama is nothing but a loser. He had a restaurant he sold it, he lost his house.He was desperate for a job where he can get cash fast. He was campaigning for Michel Martelly... more »
Samuel Augustin, 11/01/17 9:43 AM

Hi can you please tell me is there any evangelical church in hinche Thank you more »
Ovidio Reyes, 10/24/17 4:20 AM

I am a us citizen but have not resided in usa for over 15 years. I was married in Venezuela and the wife is now a us citizen living in Texas usa. We have been totally separated... more »
R Smith, 10/03/17 12:40 PM

Way to go comme il faut...proud if you more »
Clairin, 09/19/17 9:24 PM

Interesting! Thank you for these articles! more »
Mack, 09/01/17 6:57 AM

More information about the 10 year plan! more »
Mack, 09/01/17 6:55 AM

Good Day: I'm writing this note in the interest of opening a business in Haiti. I have duel citizenship, and I'm trying to acquire enough information on business and the... more »
Harold Cazena, 07/30/17 4:36 PM

I truly want to thank you for writing this piece. Louis is my grand fathers great uncle. so I guess that would make him my great great great uncle. it is so wonderful to hear... more »
Tesheena Dejoie, 07/14/17 10:04 AM

It is very difficult to eradicate child mortality given the precarious conditions currently living in the Haitian population and I believe that the measures are education and... more »
Morgana, 07/13/17 9:25 PM

I totally disagree with providing "fortified wheat and micro-nutrients" to the children of Haiti, and any other poor nations. As we are all aware, wheat has been genetically... more »
Sandy Pierre, 07/12/17 5:04 AM

Delicious my favorite fruit more »
Melanie Gritz, 07/10/17 7:26 PM

Actually your president and his staff have been working on this issue. I know because I have been in some of the meetings in the USA to being the necessary technologies... more »
James Anderson, 07/05/17 3:42 PM

I see excellent articles and comments here about the situation in Haiti and the root causes that create and perpetuate it. I have to ask, how many of you know of the work of the... more »
James Anderson, 07/05/17 3:34 PM

It's not that simple,until thing change in Haiti it will continue to happen,what I meant is until people can find a job so they can feed their families,can have access to good... more »
Franck Noziere, 07/03/17 9:56 PM

This article doesn't say how to make it, but rather what it's made of. Is there a recipe on how to make it? more »
Caro, 07/02/17 9:36 PM

I think that as long as there is ignorance, lack of education in the inhabitants of Haiti, poorly distributed resources and the use of some in their territories for personal... more »
Morgana, 06/25/17 10:17 PM

I don't really 1.71 to 2% grow is a problem,I also think we have or we will have enough resources to take care our people,now the real problem is:are we going sit down and let... more »
Franck Noziere, 06/23/17 8:06 PM

POOR GUY!!!! I DO REGRET FOR HIM! more »
Castro De Julio, 06/21/17 5:18 PM

a saga is finish. It will be very difficult to write this Haitian history page. more »
Raymond Lafontant, 06/21/17 5:15 PM

I think this is a wonderful thing for Guy,also there are people who did a lot worse than him they are free,anyway who autorise that he has to go to prison in the us.How many... more »
Franck Noziere, 06/21/17 1:32 PM

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