U.S. President Trump meeting with President Jovenel Moise and other Caribbean Leaders att Mar-A-Lago
Here is a photo of Haitian president Jovenel Moise and U.S. President Donald Trump during a visit with Caribbean leaders at the Trump Mar-a-Lago residence in Florida.
"We are here this afternoon, we'll have discussions about the things that will be beneficial to both countries," president Jovenel Moise said.
This meeting was held Friday, March 22, 2019
President Jovenel Moise installs Interim Prime Minister Jean Michel Lapin
On Thursday, March 21, 2019, Haitian President Jovenel Moise proceeded to the installation of Interim Prime Minister Jean Michel Lapin to replace Jean Henry Ceant who received a vote of no confidence from Haiti's lower house of government, the chamber of Deputes.
This installation was done at a time when President Jovenel was presiding a council of ministers (Conesil des Ministres).
Haiti President Jovenel Moise meets ex president Boniface Alexandre
On Wednesday March 06 2019, Haitian president Jovenel Moise met former provisional president of Haiti Boniface Alexandre.
President Jovenel post on Twitter:
"I spoke with the former provisional President, Mr. Boniface Alexandre in the context of the inclusive dialogue with all sectors of national life. Together, with the participation of everyone, we will find a solution to the problems plaguing the country."
In Mid-June 2017, President Jovenel Moise promised to electrify Haiti 24/7 in 24 months (Electricité 24 sur 24)
One of the biggest promises president Jovenel Moise made to the people of Haiti is to electricity 24/7 in 24 months. That promise was made back in June 2017. Will the president keep that promise?
Watch this VIDEO: President Jovenel Moise explains in details his plans for Electricity 24 hours a day in Haiti
"Haiti does not face a problem of energy production," President Jovenel said. "You can buy 1000 megawatts of electricity if you want."
"The real challenge lies in distribution. The electricity grid in the metropolitan area, stretching from Cote-des-Arcadins to Leogane, was built to serve 300,000 people. Today, nearly 4 million people live in this space. 80% of these 45 circuits in this network are not working properly. That said, this network needs to be renovated."
The Haitian government decided to repair Port-de-Paix hospital immediately after the earthquake
The Haitian government decided to repait the Hospital in Port-de-Paix almost immediately after the earthquake hit the city on October 6 2018.
In order to improve the quality of services, President Jovenel Moise said, the Government will repair the Hospital in the city of Port-de-Paix pending construction of another modern hospital for the Department.
President Jovenel Moise and PM Henry Ceant visit the people affected by October 2018 Haiti Earthquake
Haitian President Jovenel Moise and prime minister Jean Henry Ceant paid a visit to the people in the Northern Haiti who were affected by October 2018 Haiti Earthquake.
President Jovenel Moise tweets: "Tested but not neglected... my commitment to families remains a priority for me."
The 5.9 Magnitude earthquake hit Haiti Saturday evening, October 6, 2018. Cities Gros Mornes and Port-de-Paix were mostly hit by the earthquake. People died and many homes were destroyed of suffered severe damages
President Jovenel Moise head to head with Eddy Jackson Alexis, his new Secretaire d'Etat a la Communication
Who would've thought this possible? Eddy Jackson Alexis, the former cabinet member of ex president Jocelerme Privert, is now head to head with President Jovenel Moise as his new Secretaire d'Etat a la Communication.
From responsible de Communication de la Plateforme Pitit Dessalin to Porte-parole adjoint of Président Jocelerme Privert, Eddy Jacson Alexis will now speak on behalf of PHTK president Jovenel Moise and his administration.
If president Jovenel Moise calls his new government a "gouvernement d'union nationale," heis not lying!
New York State Senator David Carlucci honors Haitian president Jovenel Moise
During his visit to Rockland County New York, Haitian president Jovenel Moise was honored by New York State Senator David Carlucci, a Democrat of the 38th Senate, which includes all of Rockland County and parts of Westchester County.
State Senator David Carlucci said:
We're so blessed and fortunate to have President [Jovenel] Moise here in our presence. We are so fortunate that in Rockland County we have one of the largest Haitian populations not only in the state of New York but in the entire United States.
That is something that we are extremely proud of and it's one of the things that makes our community such a great place to live, to work and to raise a family...
It's an honor and a privilege that the president is here with us because I think, now more than ever, we need to forge a stronger relationship with Haiti to make sure that our bond is close and that we continue to grow both of our economies and make sure that we continue to improve the quality of life of the people in our in our nations.
We're so blessed in New York state we've started to do Haitian Unity day...
We have a proclamation for the president that we'd be be honored to present to you to take back to Haiti to show the Pride that we have that in Albany we keep building our Haitian Unity day. We make it bigger and bigger and we talked about the Haitian experience and how its added to New York State's economy to our culture and the culture of the United States.
Haitian president Jovenel Moise was in Rockland County New York to meet with the Haitian community in Spring Valley eslecially during his trip to the 73rd session of the UN General Assembly (UNGA 73).
President Jovenel Moise: Haiti is at the crossroads, we need 6,000 kilometers of roads, there's only one way to get it done!
If Haiti keeps paying foreigners to come build roads for us at the rate of two million US dollars per kilometer, we will never have the money to build all 6,000 kilometers of roads we need. There is an alternative, President Jovenel Moise explains...
Read these words from Haitian President Jovenel Moise:
The average price for one kilometer of road when it is contracted to outside sources is $1.5 million to $2 million dollars.
Multiply that 6000 kilometers, we are looking at 12 billion dollars that we will need just to build roads in Haiti.
Will Haiti ever possess 12 billion dollars to build roads?
So we took an alternative. we told the Ministry of Public Workd strap on your boots.
That's why you see engraved in all the public works equipments: "Wout Se Nou" (Roads Are Us).
Today the Haitian ministry of public works says: We take charge, anywhere in Haiti that an international organization has not pledged to build a road, we will build it.
For us to get out of the poverty we are in right now, we only have one choice: Put the State to the test.