Here is a picture of Haiti's Minister of Agriculture, Mr. Thomas Jacques. He was addressing the regional agriculture ministers and stakeholders at the Caribbean Week of Agriculture (CWA) in Paramaribo, Suriname.
Haitian Minister of Agriculture, Thomas Jacques, has been hard at work promoting Haiti as a viable site for investment, especially within his own industry. He recently gave an address to the attendees at the Caribbean Week of Agriculture (CWA) held in Suriname. In his audience were regional ministers of agriculture and various stakeholders. The group was apprised of the current state of affairs in Haiti where poverty is concerned, and the plans of the agriculture ministry to revitalize the economy.
Obeah is associated with both benign and malignant magic, charms, luck, and with mysticism in general.
Obeah or Jamaican folk magic, sorcery, and religious practices derived from West African, and specifically Igbo origin. Obeah is similar to other African derived religions including Palo, Voodoo, Santería, rootwork, and most of all hoodoo. Obeah is practiced in Suriname, Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago, Dominica, Guyana, Barbados, Grenada, Belize, The Bahamas and other Caribbean countries.
Practiced in: Suriname Jamaica Trinidad and Tobago Dominica Guyana Barbados Grenada Belize The Bahamas