Here is a picture of the young judoka of Cap-Haitian, Linouse Desravine. She was born on February 10, 1991, in Cap-Haitien.
She participated in the Haitian delegation at the opening of the London Olympics and was the he only female athlete to defend our two-color in Judo at these Olympics
Here is a picture of Mr. Abel Nazaire, the new Minister of youth and Sports in Haiti
Abel Nazaire, the new Minister of Youth, Sports and Civic Action (MJSAC) has always remained a defender of the cause for the youth. He believes if the youths are placed properly at the center of all activities, it could uplift the socio-economic conditions of the nation. He is of opinion that the country should invest heavily on youth. He would take definite steps to increase the budget allocation to his ministry (MJSAC) while drafting the amended budget. During the previous fiscal year only 667 million gourdes (0.5%) were allocated. The new minister has requested another 500 million gourdes for the period April-June 2016. Abel Nazaire has replaced the outgoing Minister Jimmy Albert, who held the post for past 14 months.
Here is a picture of Mr. Himmler Rébu, Minister of Youth, Sports and Civic Action (MJSAC) under Michel Martelly.
Himmler Rebu was the Minister of Youth, Sports and Civic Action (MJSAC) in President Martelly's government. He is the founder of political party GREH who supports the interim President Privert's act to establish a new government with his Prime Minister Fritz Jean. He advised his friends from PHTK platform to help Privert to hold the second round of the election within 120 days as per the accord. He is the best person to speak on the issue of military in Haiti. When he was a minister in the Martelly administration, he had said that he shares the same ideological lines with Martelly. On becoming a minister in Martelly's administration, this former colonel denounced the constitutional amendments intended by the former government as a 'conspiracy' against the nation, the economy and the political stability of Haiti.
Ernst "ZeNono' Jean-Baptiste (59), a soccer legend who has coached and represented Haitian national football, a former player of the Fort Lauderdale Strikers believes that the way the world soccer governing body 'FIFA' is conducting its business is not fair; most of the things are done behind the close door; it is needed to be cleansed. On September 29, at the Central Broward Stadium in the presence of several Haitian dignitaries, including former Prime Minister Gerard Latortue while launching his campaign "For the Purity of the Game'' to oust the FIFA President Sepp Blatter and replace himself in his seat, he has announced his agenda to the press. If he wins the February 26 election, he would ensure a fairer distribution of funds, more diversity in the leadership, bring transparency in the game, there will be more involvement of former players, and less bureaucracy in the management.
Here is a picture of the new Celtic Park stadium in Haiti.
Catholic Relief Services has partnered with Celtic FC Foundation to build Celtic Park Haiti in Solino, a slum in Port-au-Prince.
Solino, former site of a tent city after the 2010 earthquake, has been transformed into a soccer venue with a soccer field, basketball court, and an area for putting on community events.
The opening ceremony crowd numbered 1,500. CRS Representative Chris Bessey said, "We are grateful to have the support of Celtic FC Foundation in this task."