cap-haitien - nord
Habitation Jouissant boutique hotel in Cap Haitien will become Marriott second hotel in Haiti as it will join the Autograph Collection in the fourth quarter of 2017.
Considering the flourishing Haitian tourism sector, Marriott International has announced its plan to extend the operation of "Autograph Collection Hotels "in Haiti by opening a second hotel in Haiti by the fourth quarter of 2017. Autograph Collection Hotels, a luxury hotel chain owned by Marriott International, founded in 2010, will add "The Habitation Jouissant" - a boutique hotel located in Cap-Haitien, to its impressive global portfolio. This property will be Marriott's second hotel in Haiti after Port-au-Prince, and Autograph's third hotel in the Caribbean after "The Scrub Island Resort, Spa & Marina" in the British Virgin Islands (2012), and "The Atlantis Paradise Island in Nassau, Bahamas". 'Autograph Collection' hotels are strikingly unique independent hotels that offer the rich experiences of a hotel stay with all the benefits of Marriott loyalty points.
L'Hôpital Universitaire Justinien is the main hospital in the second largest Haitian city Cap-Haitien. The hospital is named after a local magistrate Justinien Etienne who is credited for its foundation in 1890 as a hospice that was subsequently transformed into a hospital in 1920 during the occupation of the United States in Haiti. Today, it is a teaching hospital with 250 inpatient beds with training facilities for around 60 students in diverse disciplines such as family medicine, pediatrics, internal medicine, obstetrics/gynecology, general surgery, urology, orthopedic surgery, anesthesiology and otolaryngology. The hospital has a pharmacy, laboratory and radiology services for both outpatients and inpatients. With some financial supports from state and private organizations, the hospital provides some level of free medical care in addition to its fee-based services.
Contact: Rue 17 Q, Cap Haïtien, Haiti. Tel: 2262-1205 / 1206/ 0512/ 2262-1495; Email: email@example.com
Some additional Hospitals in Departement Nord that are near Hospital Universitaire Justinien:
Hospital Universitaire Justinien, Cap-Haïtien
Hospital Sacré Coeur, Milot - supported by the CRUDEM Foundation
Hospital Bon Samaritain, Limbé
Alyans Sante Borgne, Borgne
Here is a view of the second Haitian city Cap-Haitian in 1881 during government of Lysius Salomon.
Louis Lysius Félicité Salomon Jeune and his family were forced to flee the country to live in exile in Neyba during the rule of Charles Riviere-Hérard.
Upon his return Salomon, with the support of the masses, was named the nation's President, a role he would have until only months before his death in 1888. During this time, he was faced with many oppositions, mostly because of his radical means of turning the economic tide in the country, and also because of his determination to pay off the costly debt owed to France. He revolutionized the armed forces in the country, brought about a widespread modernization, opened the National Bank and established links between Haiti and its Caribbean neighbors, Cuba and Jamaica. The president would also rewrite the nation's constitution, making it possible for him to be re-elected in 1886 for a term of 7 years.
Do you know who are in this picture? I just want some old time Haitians from Cap-Haitien to give me the answer.
These people were at one time the the city of Cap-Haitian itself. Many of the new generation probably do not have a clue. I remember those days like yesterday. Although many of them install a notion of fair among the populations. However some how, in some twisted way, they helped to maintain order
Mwin pa konnin kombyen nan nou ki kapab di mwin non moun sa yo ki nan foto sa. Min, anpil vyero nan vill Cap-Haitien konnin moun sa yo tres byen. A on moman, moun sa yo te sel kok chante nan vill sa.
Si ou kapab sonje non kek nan yo, di nou?
Help is on the way to Cap-Haitian. Here is a picture of KANTIN MOBIL Ede Pep on top of a flat bed truck as it is heading to the city of Cap-Haïtien for flood relief.
How long can Haitian Government subsidize its Poor?
The Haitian government's National Social Assistance Program (NSAP) is working to give a helping hand to five million-plus Haitians by 2016.
Segments of the population in need include the handicapped, elderly, destitute mothers, students, and farmers. Remedies include cash transfers, farming kits, emergency coupons, solidarity baskets, and hot meals prepared in mobile kitchens.
The U.S. has funded NSAP for $76 million, and the Haitian government has already used $15 million of it. It needs more funding to keep the program going.
A historic day yes in deed. You are looking at the first flight of American Airlines to the city of Cap-Haitian. Michel Martelly and Laurent Lamothe were on board to celebrate the opening of the First American Airlines flight to Cap-Haitian
Haiti and Venezuela to Renovate Cap-Haitien Airport
Prime Minister Lamothe said Cap-Haitien International Airport has been re-named Hugo Chavez International Airport after the late Venezuelan president, a generous benefactor of Haiti. He gave over $1 billion to aid the country and his memory lives on in the hearts of Haitians.
Haiti and Venezuela have inked a deal to renovate the airport. Construction carried out by Haitian contractors with oversight by a Cuban-Venezuelan company. A runway has already been completed.
Here is a picture of the Historic site that help in the independence of Haiti.
The Battle of Vertiere, near Cap-Haitian was the last battle of the Expedition Santo Domingo.
It involves troop commanded by General Rochambeau against General Jean-Jacques Dessalines troups
The date is November 18, 1803 when General Jean-Jacques Dessalines ordered François Capois (Capois lamort) Brigade to take Fort Vertières. Capois-La-Mort asked his force to follow him, shouting: "Forward! Forward".
Here is a picture showing a major party of the city of Cap-Haitian. This city is the second city of Haiti and is the historic as well as the tourism capital of Haiti.
During the colonization period, Cap-Haitian which was called Cap-Francais was a major port in Saint Domingue, transporting all kind of products to France