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12/06/2021 12:24:02

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Artibonite : the “Canal du Vent” Gang Leader shot down

Thursday June 10 Alexandre Pierre Paul aka “Canal du Vent” a dreaded Gang Leader who terrorized Arbonite was shot dead by unidentified individuals circulating in a vehicle…

Is the border fence good for Haiti ?

According to President Abinader the perimeter fence that will be erected at the border will help Haiti to collect more customs taxes and indicated that there was mutual collaboration against organized crime and the issue of immigration. In addition, he stressed that for the first time the Haitian diplomatic missions in the country gave Haitian identity cards to their citizens. See also : https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-33190-haiti-dr-the-dominican-fence-at-the-border-will-cost-more-than-$100-million.html

Gangs : MSF treated at least 80 gunshot wounds

Following the street violence that took place in early June in Martissant between rival gangs, the Médecin Sans Frontière (MSF) emergency center received up to 42 patients with gunshot wounds in two days. In its trauma hospital in Tabarre, MSF teams also treated 38 patients with gunshot wounds.

MSPP : Donation of an oxygen generator to Saint-Luc Hospital

The Haitian State, via the Ministry of Public Health, has donated an oxygen generator to Saint-Luc Hospital, which will improve the capacity of this private hospital center, which has been working since the start of the pandemic in Haiti in the care of Covid-19 cases.

MTPTC : 10 new interns

Nader Joaséus Minister of Public Works Transport and Communications (MTPTC), accompanied by its Director General Wilson Édouard received on June 10, 10 new interns from various public and private universities including higher teaching establishments recognized by the State. These successful young graduates benefit from the Youth Employment Initiation Program (PIJE) initiated by the Government, which aims to promote academic excellence and facilitate their integration into the job market.

Food aid for displaced people in Martissant

Friday, June 11, two helicopter rotations brought food in support of the displaced populations of Martissant. The World Food Program (WFP – Haiti) will provide 10 tons of food aid to 1,500 people for 15 days See also : https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-33947-haiti-armed-clashes-more-than-1-500-displaced-people-humanitarian-assistance-is-organized.html

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