Chante sa a se yon chante sou jan moun andeyò travay di. Chante a ede nou remake se pa manke travayè tè Ayiti manke travay ki fè yo malere. Chante a kòmanse ak “Travay, m ap travay o”.....Li an Kreyòl
This is a song about the hardworking Haitian farmer. The song helps one to realize that those locked in poverty in Haiti remain poor despite their strong work ethic. The song begins by repeating the term “working” “Travay, m ap travay o".....Read in English
Souvan moun ann Ayiti rele zòn kote Ansyen fanmi nou yo te soti a, Ginen. Lè konsa nou konn di nou soti lwen, nou se Nèg Lafrik Ginen. Vrèman vre, pifò Ansyen fanmi Ayisyen, apeprè 90%, se moun ki soti sou Lakòt Ginen. Lan tan lontan, kòt Lwès Afrik la te rele Ginen...li plis
The people of Haiti commonly refer to their place of origin as Ginen (Guinea), often saying “nou soti lwen, nou se Nèg Lafrik Ginen: We come from afar, we arefromthe Guinea region of Africa.” Indeed the vast majority of Haitian ancestors, over 90%, were imported to Haiti from the West Coast of Africa...read more
Yon pati lan non peyi a, se non Nativ Natal yo te bay teritwa a. Dezyèm pati a se non Afriken vin ajoute kòm bon non peyi a. Gen anpil mitoloji lan orijn non Ayiti. Kifè, annou remonte lan istwa ekri teritwa a pou n pi byen konprann orijin non an...
on January 7th2016, Martelly published in Le Moniteur, the government's official newspaper, the controversial decree to transform Haiti's largest island, La Gonave into a tax haven for individuals, investors, companies, banks, and institutions seeking high level financial services. The ambitious project which must first be approved by Haiti's Legislature, seeks to establish infrastructure for a financial district or center on 10,000 hectares (the size of Manhattan) on La Gonave, an offshore island with 100,000* inhabitants.... Read More
Dekrè a soti pou l koupe yon bò lan Lagonav pou lonje l bay moun ki bezwen biwo pou yo manevre gwo lajan yo pa ka mete lan bank lakay yo, pou leta lan peyi yo pa pran taks sou li. Kwak Lachanm ak Sena a poko apwouve dekrè a, plan an se pou leta etabli enfrastrikti lan zòn kote leta pral bati biwo sa yokòm yon sant finans. Sant sa a ap chita sou 10,000 kawo tè (lajè zile Manhattan, Nouyòk), lan Lagonav, yon zile ki gen apeprè 100,000* moun.... Li plis
Following the US invasion of Haiti in 1915, Charlemagne Peralte became the iconic image of the opposition to the American occupation. He earned this status from his unwavering courage and vision. He stood up to the far better armed Americans Marines and wrote to various powerful nations denouncing the human right abuses of the Americans. He envisioned a Haiti free of foreign domination and independent to pursue her own course...Read more
Depi apre Etazini fin anvayi Ayiti an 1915, imaj Chalmay Peralt tounen pòtre rezistans kont okipasyon Ameriken. Se pa zam Chalmay Peralt te gen konsa, se kouraj, ak fyèl, ak vizyon, se sa li pat manke. Misye te gen kran pou l te kanpe anfas fòs naval Ameriken an ki te pi byen ame pase l, pou l denonse abi dwa moun Ameriken t ap fè lan peyi a. Chalmay Peralt te wè devan l, yon Ayiti lib pou pousuiv pwòp chemen pa l...Li plis
The United States occupied Haiti from 1915 until 1934 and justified this occupation by arguing that it had the moral obligation to stabilize the country. Today, the US Department of State office of the Historian puts it this way: “...President Wilson sent the Marines to Haiti to prevent anarchy. In actuality, the act protected U.S. assets in the area...” Read more
Ameriken te okipe Ayiti de 1915 a 1934. Pou jistifye okipasyon an, yo te fè pwopagann di Ameriken te gen obligasyon moral pou yo drese peyi a. Jodi a, Biwo Istwa Depatman d Eta Ameriken met pawòl la klè: “...Prezidan Wilsonn voye Fòs Naval Ameriken an Ayiti pou anpeche dezòd. An reyalite, se te pou defann enterè Ameriken lan zòn nan...” Li plis
Holding the UN Accountable:The United Nations accidentally introduced cholera into Haiti in October 2010. Since then, more than 9,000 people have died from the disease. The UN owes Haiti reparations. It has yet to fulfill this responsibitity. Nineteen members of the United States Congress have signed a letter urging the UN to aknowledge its responsibility. http://www.finalcall.com/artman/publish/World_News_3/article_9974.shtml
Cholera in Haiti (Rehydration Fluid Recipe)An estimated 2,000 people in the Artibonite region have been struck by a killer diarrhea epidemic caused by Cholera Vibrio. Like the other islands in the Caribbean, during the past 100 years, Haiti has been sheltered from this disease....
Free Education Monday, October 3rd, 2011 was the first day of school in Haiti and the official launch of a plan to give all of Haiti's children access to a free education (up to the 6th grade by 2015 and up to the 9th grade by 2020)....
Family Planning May 9th 2010 marked the 50th anniversary of the birth control pill, an event that Haiti helped to launch...
The Measure of our WealthHaiti is often applauded for having been the richest colony in the Americas. Today, the country is frequently derided as the poorest nation in the hemisphere. Haiti as the region's poorest nation is based on the country's Gross Domestic Product (GDP) even though GDP is not a measure of wealth....
Haitian StockMany of the most successful companies operating in Haiti are not publicly traded. Public companies currently investing in Haitian Gold include: Newmont Mining Corp (NEM), Eurasian Minerals (EMX.V), and Majescor Resources (MJX.V)]
Speaking in his native tongue Creole, Mr. David took us on a 65 million year journey to clearly understand the origin of Haiti because one has to know where the country has been to know how to move it forward in a sustainable manner.,,,