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23/06/2024 11:04:00

Haiti - News : Zapping...

MSF : Good news

Doctors Without Borders received 80 tonnes of medical equipment and supplies chartered by air. The organization had not been able to import medicines and medical equipment and supplies into Haiti since mid-March due to the closure of the capital’s airport and ports.

Haiti at the Pan American Sambo Championship

The Haitian Sambo Federation (FEHSA) announces that the men’s national Sambo selection will travel from August 20 to 25, 2024 to the Pan American Sambo Championship in Brazil to once again defend our colors with the hope of winning medals. Let’s remember that in 2023, during the World Sambo Games in Saudi Arabia, our Samboists won 2 silver and bronze medals. Find out more: Sambo is a martial art and combat sport created in the USSR in the 1930s, mainly mixing judo, boxing and wrestling.

Prohibition of appointment and dismissal

Prime Minister Conille prohibits Ministers from making appointments for the moment, recalling that he is the only one authorized to appoint and dismiss within the public administration.

Distribution of 109 million in American aid

The US State Department clarified that on the aid of 109 million dollars which has just been released for Haiti https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-42585-haiti-flash-blinken-uses-the-nuclear-option-and-releases-109-million-for-the-kenyan-mission-and-the-pnh.html 94 million will be allocated to the Multinational Mission and 15 million to the National Police of Haiti (PMH)

Cap-Haitien : Citadel and rural festivities

On the occasion of Saint John’s Day, Presidential Advisor Fritz Alphonse Jean is in Cap-Haïtien to discuss with various local stakeholders the citadel, a major historical heritage, and the promotion of rural festivities as “Potomitan Devlòpman Local”.

Economics training for journalists

The Bank of the Republic of Haiti (BRH) launched this week the 2nd cohort of economics training for journalists, organized by the Central Bank Training Institute (IFBC). More than twenty journalists from 15 media outlets are participating in this 6-month training course, designed to improve the dissemination of economic information through their media.

HL/ HaitiLibre



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