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30/07/2013 13:22:27

Haiti - News : Some news here and there...
Breaking news
A spectacular pileup involving no less than 7 vehicles, resulted in 3 fatalities and 15 wounded this Tuesday in Delmas 95, two women, one aged 26, and a 80 year old man died on the spot. The wounded, including eight seriously, were transported by ambulance to hospitals.

The Minister of Social Affairs hospitalized
Monday, Charles Jean-Jacques, the Minister of Social Affairs and Labour, was admitted to hospital OFATMA following food poisoning. According to Drs Max Rudolph Saint-Albin and Cantave Henry Gateau, the holder of the MAST receives treatment appropriate to his case and will be kept under observation until regularization of his condition, which gradually stabilizes.

Ma Ying-jeou in Haiti next month ?
According to the Taiwanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the President of the Republic, Ma Ying-jeou will make a diplomatic tour next month in four Caribbean allies and in Paraguay, South America. The Head of State will take advantage of this displacement to travel to Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines and Haiti, even if, pointed out Simon Ko, Vice-Minister of Foreign Affairs, the route of Ma Ying-jeou is not yet finally determined.

4 CTC under construction in Upper Artibonite
Four cholera treatment centers (CTC) are under construction in Upper Artibonite, namely Gros Morne, Dessalines, Desdunes and L'Estère. "The population will have a safe place to receive medical treatment. All my wish is to increase the healing response of the population," commented the Mayor of L'Estere, Jean Jacques Michelet. Achieved by the International Organization for Migration (IOM), the construction is financed by the Section of Community Violence Reduction (CVR) of the Minustah to the tune of U.S. $ 400,000.

HL/ HaitiLibre

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