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19/06/2024 11:32:48

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The PM visited the CEP

Prime Minister Garry Conille visited the premises of the Provisional Electoral Council (CEP) this Tuesday where he met the technical directors to inquire about the situation. He reiterated the desire of his Government to form the CEP with a view to carrying out credible elections.

USA : “Yon yon” risks life in prison

US federal prosecutors are seeking a life prison sentence for Germine Joly (32) alias “Yon yon”, former leader of the “400 Mawozo” gang, convicted of facilitating the purchase and smuggling of high-powered weapons from Florida to Haiti and being behind the kidnapping in 2021 of 17 missionaries from “Christian Aid Missionaries”, based in Ohio https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-35658-haiti-flash-a-ransom-was-paid-for-the-release-of-american-hostages.html

PAM : 30 million meals

The World Food Program (WFP) has distributed some 30 million meals across the country since the start of the 2023-2024 school year. Of these 30 million meals, nearly 17 million were provided through a program to support local farmers.

200,000 schoolchildren and 4,000 teachers affected by violence

The education sector has been hard hit by the recent violence, which affected more than 200,000 schoolchildren and 4,000 teachers affected in the West and Artibonite departments. Across the capital, 39 schools have stopped functioning as they have been forcibly transformed into IDP sites.

All regions of Haiti experiencing food insecurity

All regions of Haiti are in food insecurity and in a food emergency, according to the coordinator of the National Coordination of Food Security (CNSA). The Artibonite Valley, the main agricultural production area of ​​the country, is strangely affected by this difficult situation resulting from several combined factors. Among other things, the violence of armed gangs and financial difficulties, explains agronomist Hamel Cazeau.

Ricarson Dorcé Chief of Staff of Dominique Dupuy

Monday June 17, 2024, Ricarson Dorcé was installed as Chief of Staff of Dominique Dupuy the Minister of Foreign Affairs with whom he has worked at UNESCO since 20202. Ricarson Dorcé did doctoral studies in ethnology and heritage at the University Laval in Quebec.

HL/ HaitiLibre



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