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Senator Moïse Jean Charles accompanied by several Haitian personalities, should go to New York on October 10 to make a presentation to the United Nations on the situation in Haiti, and he will do the same in Uruguay...
Search for partnership with EDH
Last week in New York, Prime Minister, Laurent Lamothe held its fourth meeting on energy issue with economic groups, interested in investing in the energy sector in Haiti. The Haitian authorities are looking for a public-private win-win partnership, the same type as that achieved with Natcom. The Prime Minister states that there is no question of privatization of the EDH.
Analysis of tourism competitiveness of Haiti
Monday at the Ministry of Tourism took place the presentation of an analysis on Haiti's competitiveness in the field of tourism, by the New Link Group. This analysis takes into account the main competitors in the Caribbean including the Dominican Republic, the Bahamas, Jamaica etc...
Positive result of the job fair for people with disabilities
Following the organization of the job fair for people with disabilities, the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Civic Action, after studying the records of more than 15 candidates, provided by the Office of the Secretary of State integration of persons with disabilities hired two disabled : Emmanuel Charles specialist in marketing and communication and Eddy Lemaire specialist in modern languages.
Towards an improvement of the reception of visitors at the border
Sunday, Ms. Dieudonne Luma Etienne, Northern Regional Director of the Ministry of Tourism, participated on an important meeting in Ouanaminthe, with of authorities of Dajabon and of department of Northeast to study the possibility of improving the condition of reception , on the Haitian-Dominican border to encourage visitors to discover the North of Haiti.
The U.S. Embassy in Port-au-Prince remains open
The U.S. Embassy in Port-au-Prince will continue normal business operations during the Government Shutdown. As a result, the embassy will continue offering consular services, as well as all other services normally offered by this Mission. We will advise the public if there are any changes.