Haiti Fasion Week

PHOTO: AP Recently it was time for the second “Haiti Fashion Week” in the capital Port-au-Prince since November. Haiti’s long been renowned for its brightly colored paintings, metalwork handicrafts and wide-ranging styles of music while its fashion industry has...

School delayed in Haiti

Students in Haiti will lose a month of school for the third year in a row as it was announced late August. The first day of classes would be in October rather than its usual start date in September. The Minister of Education Vanneur Pierre proposed the suggestion to...

Single source for the cholera outbreak in Haiti confirmed

From a new report confirms what I thought all along; The strain of cholera that has sickened thousands in Haiti came from a single source and was not repeatedly introduced to the island over the past three years as some have thought, according to a new study published...

Haiti’s children are starving

I have spent totally 20 months in Haiti since 2005. It’s the poorest country in the western hemisphere. You can see, feel and smell the poverty wherever you go. The hardships are enormous for the people and the hunger among the citizens is growing. The hair on...

New projects

I have a couple of new projects in the pipeline now. Really excited about that actually. Feels good, it came to me during a sleepless night last week when I was thinking about something else. Anyway more on that soon. Tomorrow I will work on another project that is...

Mixed week.

What a week. A real roller-coaster ride. My back pain that got really bad in the middle of the week, so I went to the hospital in central Bangkok. Got a MRI scan of the back, plus an injection, and some more pills. Feels better but need to think about a proper...