Latin American Studies

ARISTIDE, JEAN-BERTRAND

ARMED FORCES

ART

CARNIVAL

CRIME

DRUG TRAFFICKING

DUVALIER, FRANCOIS "PAPA DOC"

DUVALIER, JEAN-CLAUDE "BABY DOC"

ECOLOGY

ECONOMY

EDUCATION

FOREIGN RELATIONS

GENERAL INFORMATION

GOVERNMENT

HEALTH

HISTORY

HUMAN RIGHTS

IMMIGRATION

LEADERS

NATURAL DISASTERS

NEWS

POLITICS

RELIGION

SOCIETY

TRAVEL AND TOURISM

UNITED STATES-HAITI RELATIONS
  HAITI


ARISTIDE, JEAN-BERTRAND

Jean-Bertrand Aristide

ARMED FORCES

Lack of equipment, crews hobbles Haiti's coast guard
UN leaves police trainers in Haiti for another year


ART

Haitian art


CARNIVAL

Hopeful Aristide starts Carnival
Political Notes Fill Carnival In Haiti


CRIME

American Kidnapped in Haiti Escapes
Get-tough policy blamed for vigilante killings in Haiti
Haitian capital suffers grind of violent crime
Street gangs hijack food aid in Haiti
Nearly 500 inmates free after Haiti raid


DRUG TRAFFICKING

Drug Trafficking in Haiti


DUVALIER, FRANCOIS "PAPA DOC"

Francois "Papa Doc" Duvalier

DUVALIER, JEAN-CLAUDE "BABY DOC"


Jean-Claude "Baby Doc" Duvalier


ECOLOGY

'All of Haiti is being destroyed'
As resources dwindle, search for clean water is costly daily struggle for most households
Forest land in Haiti fading fast
Haití acoge al primer desierto caribeño
Haiti: 'The world doesn't have any idea how bad this situation is getting'
'It's up to God to bring more water to this island'
Trees in Haiti Fall Victim to Poverty of the People
'We know that this is destroying the land, but charcoal is what keeps us alive'
Bare forests left Haiti exposed


ECONOMY

Haiti's Dual Economy Lets Most Scrape By
A Haitian Bank Takes to the Streets
Fast food joint an island of light in gloomy Haiti
Floridians help build Haiti Tec
Haiti becomes the most impoverished state
Haitians foresee profitable port
Rumors spur run on banks by Haitians

EDUCATION

Haiti struggles to educate its children

FOREIGN RELATIONS

Aristide pushes for restitution from France
Haitians demand France pay $21 billion restitution
Haiti Suspends Relations With Jamaica Over Visit
Regional leaders choose a neutral stance on Haiti
Haiti drops reparations claim
U.N. should disarm rebels, Latortue says


GENERAL INFORMATION

A Country Study: Haiti
Haiti Map Collection
The Electric Gallery
Haiti (Lanic)
Haiti
Haitian Creole struggles for recognition and respect
Haitian police commended for performance
Haitians feel pushed 'toward the abyss'
Hope growing for Haiti farmers

GOVERNMENT

Civilian Police Force Brings New Problems in Haiti
Dirty money takes on new meaning in Haiti, where a buck can be yuck
Embassy of the Republic of Haiti, Washington, D.C.

HEALTH

Unique clinic offers medicine, hope to AIDS patients in Cange, Haiti


HISTORY

Haiti's bicentennial: Force a thread of history
Haitian History Files
The Haitian Revolution
Haitian Revolt, February 2004
Chronology: Haiti's Turbulent Times
200 Years After Napoleon, Haiti Finds Little to Celebrate


HUMAN RIGHTS

Human Rights in Haiti

IMMIGRATION

Haitian Immigrants in the U.S.
No celebration; this 'Little Haiti' uneasy (D. R.)


LEADERS

Rulers of Haiti
Toussaint L'Ouverture
Francois "Papa Doc" Duvalier
Jean-Claude "Baby Doc" Duvalier
Leslie Manigat
Jean-Bertrand Aristide
Paul Magloire, Former Haitian Ruler, Is Dead at 94
Rene Preval
Muere ex dictador militar haitiano Paul Magloire
Rene Preval: Haiti's New President


NATURAL DISASTERS


Gonaives residents climb on rooftops to
avoid flooding from Hurricane Jeanne. 

Flood in west Haiti sweeps at least eight to their deaths
Haiti Officials List 21 Killed in Floods
90 dead in Haiti
Flooding From Storm Kills More Than 550 in Haiti
Haitian City Bears Brunt of Jeanne
Weary, Angry Haitians Dig Out of Storm
Desperate Haitians run out of patience
Floodwaters Recede From Haitian City, but Hunger Does Not
Hunger, sickness impede recovery
Haiti plans for enormous tent city
Amid the Misery, Haitians Ask Why
Weeks After Storm, Mud, Debris Hinder Aid Efforts in Haiti


NEWS


POLITICS

Haiti Politics
Haitian Revolt, February-March 2004
Tonton Macoute Militia


RELIGION

Voodoo
Haitians Seek Saint and Spirit
El Papa nombra obispo en Haití


SOCIETY

           La Saline slum

Aristide visits embattled Haiti slum
Bus crash kills 22 in Haiti
Child slavery sullies nation's history
Detours on the Road to Democracy
Haiti begins vaccinating against polio, measles next
Haiti's Never-Ending Thirst
Haitian Warehouses Ransacked by Crowd
In capital, life's daily toil continues
'It's an unnatural disaster, a man-made disaster'
Lawyers abandon Haitian courts in protest
Neglected Haitian city bears scars, pain of poverty
No electricity at home, so Haitians study in parks
Deepening Poverty Breeds Anger and Desperation in Haiti
In Haiti's chaos, unpunished rape was norm
Haitiís Poverty Stirs Nostalgia for Old Ghosts


TRAVEL AND TOURISM

Haiti's Battles Idle an Army of Tourist Guides
Tourists staying away from a chaotic Haiti
Haitian businesses say downgraded travel advisory doesn't go far enough 


UNITED STATES-HAITI RELATIONS

United States-Haiti Relations
Embassy of the Republic of Haiti in Washington, D.C.