Haiti - News : Some news here and there...
On Tuesday, the Ministry of Agriculture Haiti, received a visit from a group of investors American-Dominican concerning a poultry project.
Exhibition Saint-Soleil postponed
The Musée du Panthéon National Haïtien (MUPANAH) advises the public that the exhibition "Saint-Soleil, 40 years after" scheduled for January 18, 2013, was postponed to February 2. The exhibition will remain open until February 25, 2013.
Consuls delegation in Haiti
As part of the changes advocated by the Government to enhance the country's image outside, a large delegation composed of Consuls General of Miami, Atlanta, New York and Orlando, accompanied by a dozens of journalists of the Haitian diaspora, conducts a tour for 3 days, which ends Wednesday, January 16, in order to retransmit of images, of the chievements of the Administration of Government Martelly-Lamothe.
Dr Pierre Denis Amédée passed away
Dr. Amédée Pierre Denis, former Minister of Social Affairs and Labour for Women and women's rights during the first term of President Préval, passed away Saturday afternoon following a heart attack. His funeral will be sung Friday morning at the church of Saint-Pierre de Petion-Ville.
Exposition on seismic risk
This Wednesday morning, the President Michel Martelly, proceeded to the opening of the exhibition on seismic risk at Booth Occide Jeanty on the Champs de Mars. Exposition which will be held around the theme "sustained commitment to the path of seismic safety." Aware that the task is immense and goes beyond the capacity of one man, the President calls for the contribution of all, to "build this Haiti of progress, social justice and wellness."