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Haiti – News : Zapping…

12/11/2020 11:01:58

A young woman decapitated

The decapitated body of a young woman, identified as Anise Boisrond, was discovered by the police in a field in Durocher, a locality of Torbeck (South Dept.). The 22-year-old victim was kidnapped on Sunday (November 8) during incidents at a Vodou ceremony in Antan, (locality of the 2nd communal section). Anise Boisrond’s boyfriend was arrested by police and judicial authorities of South who launched a wanted notice against the known Enel, presented as the main suspect in this case.

Cap-Haitien : Cleaning of the Champin canal

The Champin canal clean-up operations took place on Wednesday, under the supervision of the interim executive agent of Cap-Haitien Yvrose Pierre, as part of the preparations for the commemoration of the 217th Anniversary of the Battle of Vertières (November 18 1803)

Les Cayes : Youth participation in democracy

The young people of the Center Muse Haiti are in Les Cayes where they meet and discuss with young volunteers from the city to collect their comments in order to constitute an Advocacy for the participation of young people in democracy in Haiti. An initiative suggested and encouraged by the European Union in the context of human rights awareness (EIDHR).

FAO : Hand in Hand Initiative

“The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Hand in Hand Initiative aims to transform the rural Haitian world, increase incomes and the standard of living of rural population, allowing them to significantly improve their living conditions,” declared José Luis Fernández, FAO Representative in Haiti, adding “It proposes to contribute to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) at by 2030, the eradication of hunger and global economic growth. Haiti is among the priority countries of Hand in Hand.”

26th anniversary of the Ministry for the Status of Women

Pradel Henriquez Minister of Communication wishes a happy 26th birthday (November 8) to the Ministry for the Status of Women and Women’s Rights in general, and to his colleague Minister Marie Ghislaine Monpremier in particular. “This is 26 years of struggle for the emancipation, the autonomy of women, as well as the change of their condition of existence […] it is therefore an opportunity to renew the Government’s commitment in this battle in favor of changing the living conditions of Haitian women including the struggle for their economic freedom,” Minister Henriquez stressed.

HL/ HaitiLibre