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The Haiti Sentinel | UN Forces Returning to Haiti Envisioned by Former MINUSTAH Chief

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Mr. Mulet was participating in a forum at the PUCMM Catholic University in Santiago, Dominican Republic. The event was attended by representatives of diplomatic missions and organized by Ito Bisonó, President of the Center for Analysis of Public Policies in that country.

The former Chief of MINUSTAH spoke about the political and social crisis in Haiti and said that “the current situation could encourage a new intervention by the United Nations.” A possibility that the former head of MINUSTAH does not rule out if the Haitian crisis worsens.

It is his belief that the situation he characterized at “convulsive” represented a threat to the Dominican Republic and the entire Caribbean region. He made an appeal to the international community to take action to alleviate the problem of famine and broken institutions in Haiti.

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Northwest Iowa-Based Haiti Ministry To Partner With RiseFest – KIWARadio.com

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Sheldon, Iowa — Assuming there is a RiseFest this year — if you go, you’ll have the chance to hear about a ministry in Haiti and partner with that ministry.

RiseFest, which is normally Father’s Day Weekend in Sheldon has been moved to Labor Day Weekend due to the pandemic. This year, RiseFest is partnering with a ministry called Touch Of Hope.

Kayla Raymond, from Rock Rapids, is one of the founders of Touch Of Hope. She tells us Touch of Hope got started in 2009 when she went on a mission trip to Haiti with her family. She says while there, her “heart was broken” for the poor of Haiti. She tells us that doors kept opening for them, and they soon met Webert Raymond, who is now her husband. She says Raymond and some others were running a small school for poor kids in Haiti who couldn’t afford to go to school.

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Raymond tells us that she started a boutique to help Haitian mothers and families.

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She says they also make greeting cards and are employing 26 Haitian women in that endeavor. Women also make baby gifts, jewelry, home décor, and more. She says all of the profits from the business go to their nonprofit ministry, Touch Of Hope. Raymond tells us that in addition to the one in Haiti, there is also a Rosie’s Boutique in Rock Rapids, where all the same items can be purchased, plus there is also a coffee shop in the Rock Rapids store, called Rosie’s Sit A Minute. She says everything but the ice cream is made in Haiti.

Raymond tells us how they got connected with RiseFest.

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Plus, she says, if you visit RiseFest, you’ll also have the opportunity to visit Rosie’s, as they’re building their own mini-Rosie’s right on the festival grounds. She says they’re excited about the opportunity.

For more information, to sponsor a child, or support the ministry, you can visit their websites: touchofhopehaiti.com and www.rosiesboutiquehaiti.com.

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Haïti – FLASH : Le pays franchit la barre des 2,000 cas

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Haïti – FLASH : Le pays franchit la barre des 2,000 cas
01/06/2020 05:10:24

Haïti - FLASH : Le pays franchit la barre des 2,000 cas

Le Ministère de la Santé Publique informe que 259 nouveaux cas ont été confirmés en Haïti (la veille : 281), pour un total de 2,124 cas sur l’ensemble du territoire national (40.2% de femmes et 59.8% d’hommes) depuis le premier cas (19 mars 2020 https://www.haitilibre.com/article-30319-haiti-sante-origine-des-2-premiers-cas-de-covid-19-en-haiti.html ).

3 nouveaux décès ont été enregistrés : 1 dans l’Ouest, 1 dans l’Artibonite et 1 dans le Nord, portant le total à 44.

Le nombre de cas actifs (moins décès et guérisons) est maintenant de 2,056 (+14.2%) +256 cas en 24h (la veille : +263)

Nombre de cas suspects : 5,244 cas (+14.57%) +667 (la veille : +471)

Personnes hospitalisées : 364 personnes +16 en 24h (la veille : +24)

Quarantaine à domicile : 1,395 personnes -256 en 24h (la veille : +129)

Tous les détails dans notre bulletin quotidien de 11h00 a.m.

Lire aussi :
https://www.haitilibre.com/article-30912-haiti-covid-19-bulletin-quotidien-31-mai-2020.html
https://www.haitilibre.com/article-30907-haiti-flash-le-nombre-de-nouveaux-cas-double-en-24-heures.html
https://www.haitilibre.com/article-30319-haiti-sante-origine-des-2-premiers-cas-de-covid-19-en-haiti.html

S/ HL/ HaïtiLibre

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