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Haiti – Humanitarian : The Cuban medical brigade in Haiti, proposed for the Nobel Peace Prize

09/05/2021 10:12:44

121 personalities from Haiti sent members of the Nobel Peace Prize Committee in Stockholm, Sweden a letter of support for the candidacy of the Cuban medical brigade for the Nobel Peace Prize, a letter that we are reproducing for our readers :

Letter of support :


“Honorable members,


It is with enthusiasm and a feeling of deep gratitude that we, academics and intellectuals, signatories of this letter, support before the distinguished Nobel Committee, the candidacy of the ‘Henry Reeve Medical Brigades’, a team of Cuban doctors specializing in catastrophes and disasters serious epidemics.

We are from a country, Haiti, constantly struck by natural disasters and on multiple occasions the ‘Henry Reeve Medical Brigades’ have provided assistance to the Haitian people. We do not forget their clear and salutary support for our people during the terrible earthquake of 2010 which hit our nation hard.

Whenever we find ourselves in a desperate situation due to the precarious health coverage in our country, this international contingent of doctors has responded to the call of humanitarian duty. In addition, They have been on the front line to fight the Covid-19 pandemic in several theaters of operation in Europe, as well as in Africa.

These brigades enjoy a worldwide reputation for the quality of the medical services offered to populations threatened by Covid and other health disasters such as Ebola in Africa. They are today a model of cooperation and solidarity between peoples which deserves your high attention.

In a world so shaken up by all kinds of conflicts and catastrophes which make humanity suffer terribly, we firmly believe that a prize as prestigious as that of your Academy, will reward but above all strengthen the efforts made by these women and men of honor to come to the aid of millions of human beings in more than thirty countries : ‘solidarity must be illuminated in the shadow of hope’.

We thank you for your attention to our request, and please believe in the assurance of our respectful greetings.”

List of names and profession of signatories :


1. Michel ACACIA, sociologist


2. Rélex ALEXANDRE, agricultural engineer


3. Darline ALEXIS, literary studies


4. Guyto ALEXIS, surgeon


5. Bogentson ANDRÉ, demographer


6. Arnold ANTONIN, filmmaker


7. Alcindor Carmel ANTOINE, manager-accountant


8. Muriel ANTOINE, manager


9. Danielle BENJAMIN, doctor


10. Léo BIEN-AIMÉ, sociologist


11. Jean Hénold BUTEAU, doctor


12. John Pycard BYRON, ethnologist


13. Charles L. CADET, economist


14. Charlotte CADET, writer


15. Jean-Jacques CADET, philosopher


16. Marie Mumose CADET, economist


17. Samir Michael CADET, accountant


18. Yves CADET, agronomist


19. Nixon CALIXTE, philosopher


20. Tony CANTAVE, geographer


21. Ruth Myrtho CASSÉUS, public administrator


22. Suzy CASTOR, historian


23. Syto CAVÉ, writer


24. Camille CHALMERS, economist


25. Michel CHANCY, veterinarian


26. Ketleine CHARLES, philosopher and feminist


27. Ginette CHÉRUBIN, architect


28. Marc-Félix CIVIL, doctor, philosopher


29. Kendson’s DANJOU, teacher


30. Jean Dorcély DÉDÉ, painter writer


31. Lise Marie DÉJEAN, doctor


32. Watson DENIS, sociologist, historian


33. Marie DERRY, kindergarten teacher


34. Theuriet DIRENY, sociologist


35. Carly DOLLIN, economist-statistician


36. Edelyn DORISMOND, philosopher


37. Héneck DORSAINVIL, physicist


38. Predner DUVIVIER, agricultural engineer


39. Kedy EDMÉ, chemist


40. Roody EDMÉ, editorial writer


41. Evens EMMANUEL, engineer


42. Savior Pierre ÉTIENNE, political scientist


43. Hénock FRANCKLIN, philosopher


44. Jean-Claude FRANCOIS, editor


45. Déner FRANCOIS, agricultural engineer


46. ​​Jean Bruny FRÉMONT, linguist


47. Jean Michel GABRIEL, sociologist


48. Gusti-Klara GAILLARD-POURCHET, historian


49. Jean Victor, GÉNÉUS writer


50. Jacques GOURGUES, education specialist


51. Jean Waddimir GUSTINVIL, philosopher


52. Allen HENRY, agricultural engineer, economist


53. Daniel HENRYS, doctor


54. Chantal HIRSCH NOEL, dentist


55. Jean Claude ICART, sociologist


56. Janin JADOTTE, statistician


57. Wilson JABOIN, public administrator


58. Dominique JANNINI-EYMA, agricultural engineer


59. Naed JASMIN, lawyer


60. Jean-Claude JEAN, philosopher


61. Chenet JEAN-BAPTISTE, jurist and sociologist


62. Davidson JEAN-BAPTISTE, chemist


63. Ronald JEAN-JACQUES, psychologist


64. Marie Frantz JOACHIM, linguist


65. Joël JOSEPH, engineer-architect


66. Lefranc JOSEPH, sociologist


67. Renardo JOSEPH, geographer, sociologist


68. Garry JOURDAN; geographer


69. William KÉNEL-PIERRE, architect


70. Montalembert Badio KERSAINT, translator


71. Yanick LAHENS, writer


72. Jean Lucien LAURATY, computer scientist


73. Carline LEGROS, sociologist


74. Clarens LINDOR, lawyer


75. Himmler LOUIMA, accountant


76. Illionor LOUIS, sociologist


77. Herby LOUISSAINT, notary


78. Lyonel LAVIOLETTE, biochemist


79. Richardson LUBIN, librarian and researcher


80. Irdèle LUBIN, social worker


81. Sabine MANIGAT, sociologist


82. Kettly MARS, writer


83. Ernst MATHURIN, engineer


84. Frantz MÉTELLUS, engineer


85. Jerry MICHEL, sociologist


86. Max MILLIEN, veterinarian


87. Ephèle MILCÉ, writer


88. Roosevelt MILLARD, sociologist


89. Jeanine MILLET, architect


90. Claude MOISE, historian


91. Alrich NICOLAS, economist


92. Dominique PIERRE, engineer


93. Gotson PIERRE, journalist communicator


94. Guy PIERRE, economist


95. Hancy PIERRE, sociologist


96. Jean-Mario PIERRE, doctor


97. Tania PIERRE-CHARLES, doctor


98. Branly OGÉ, political scientist


99. Dieusel PREDÉLUS, physicist


100. Emelie PROPHETE, writer


101. Yvens PHILIZAIRE, agricultural engineer


102. Jean Roland PRÉVILON, manager


103. Ary RÉGIS, social communicator


104. Odile REIHER, geographer


105. Jean Alix RENÉ, historian


106. Margareth RENÉ, linguist


107. Jean Claude ROZIER, lawyer


108. Christian ROUSSEAU, engineer


109. James SAINT-CYR, linguist


110. Carole SASSINE, specialist in educational sciences


111. Luc SMARTH, sociologist


112. Rosny SMARTH, ex- Prime Minister


113. Michel SOUKAR, historian and journalist


114. Ronelson STINFIL, agricultural engineer


115. Daniel SUPPLICE, sociologist


116. Jonathan SYLVESTRE, anthropologist, educational engineer


117. Lionel TROUILLOT, writer


118. Jean Robert VAVAL, sociologist


119. Gary VICTOR, writer


120. Leslie VOLTAIRE, architect


121. Lemète ZÉPHYR, translator, linguist

HL/ HaitiLibre