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Haiti news viral: Avoid eating the dead fish in the Azuei pond, the fire in the gas truck at the European crossroads, put an end to the gangs and the guns on the children, the people of Tomazo on the run, the emergency on the education problems

  • June 5, 2024
  • 11 Min
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Tomazo (Haiti), June 5, 2024 [AlterPresse] — Tomazon people, not too far from Goat mountain, Western department, should avoid eating fish, found dead in the pond near the town of Tomazon, the pond is better known as Lake Azuei. These fish, which die in the pond, can cause serious diseases. Thus, Tomazo women must take precautions, until the Ministry of Agriculture has not yet said what is causing these fish to die in the pond. It is the warning of several organizations that are working in the environment of the country of Haiti.

On Tuesday, June 4, 2024, a truck loaded with fuel caught fire in the intersection of the Délma road and the Port-au-Prince international airport road. There are various types of goods from several small vendors that are also burning, when the fire breaks out in the gas truck. It is the gang with guns that would shoot at this gas truck, causing this big fire. That prompted many small vendors, who were selling in the area, to flee. Fortunately, no one was killed or injured, according to several media that reported the testimony of the small vendors who were there.

Because of terror and other acts of violence by gangs and weapons, there are many people in Tomazo, not too far from Mount Kabrit, Western department, who are forced to flee their homes, to take refuge in people’s homes or in government offices in several cities in the Central Plateau department. . Neither civil protection nor Tomazo municipality has yet provided assistance to these Tomazo people, who have become refugees inside their own country. It’s a great mod. Many of the children, who are forced to leave the commune of Tomazo, cannot go to school. The president’s council for the transition should release him to curb terror and other acts of gang violence and weapons, allow security to return to Tomazo so that all people, men and women, can return to live in their homes in dignity and respect for their rights. It’s a shout on AlterPresse and AlterRadio of a former municipal official in Tomazo.

The group that supports repatriates and refugees (Garr) sends a short cry of anger about how children are suffering from bad situations, because of terror and other types of gang violence and guns in Haiti. Although there are several tools that provide how the state leaders can guarantee the rights of children and ensure their proper protection, nothing is really done to allow children to live in peace and in peace, according to Garr. The Garr Platform, fighting for the rights of Haitian migrant women and men since 1991, brings together the Episcopal Commission of the Roman Catholic Church for Justice and Peace / Jilap, the Economic and Social Research and Training Center for Development / Cresfed, the Haitian Justice Observatory, the Center for Initiatives for development and popular education / Sedep, Center Pon Haiti, Center Karl Lévèque / Skl, World Vision Haiti, Assembly of youth Savanet / Rajes.

Transitional authorities must act without delay to put an end to terror and other acts of gang and gun violence, which aggravate the situation of children in the territory. It is a move that should allow the prosecution to give results to the benefit of the victims. There must also be efforts at all levels in society, to protect children and prepare them for tomorrow. This is what the Group supporting repatriates and refugees (Garr) wishes.

The president’s council for the transition (CPT) is working to guarantee peace and give women the value they deserve, in the construction of the country and the fight without looking back against acts of violence against children in the society of Haiti. These dishonest acts must end on the national territory. That is why the President’s Council for Transition promises to bring the necessary corrections to reach a society where there is peace. It is necessary to unite in the pursuit to build a good tomorrow for children. It is the consideration of Emmanuel Vertilaire, one of the members of the President’s Council for the transition, who was participating in an activity on Tuesday, June 4, 2024, which is the international day on children who are victims of acts of violence.

Too many children, gangs and guns are forced into delinquency and other criminal activities. There are more than 3 million children who are more exposed and can become criminals. Since the beginning of the year 2024, there are more than 400 children who are directly affected by gang and gun violence. It is a situation that also causes more than 180 thousand children to move and flee their homes. The international community should strengthen efforts to protect children, to prevent gangs and guns from turning children into criminals. It is said by the United Nations Children’s Fund, better known as Unicef, beginning in June 2024.

On Tuesday, June 4, 2024, with the support of the national police, several investigators of the Anti-Corruption Unit (Ulcc) visited the office of the National Education Fund (Fne). This move is made on the basis of noise, about the possibility of large amounts of money that would make a crooked path in the National Education Fund project. The anti-corruption unit is investigating to shed light on this transaction, according to what he wrote on his X account.

The President’s Council for Transition (CPT) has not yet shown that it is ready to bring quick solutions to the many problems that are affecting Haiti’s education system. The 2023-2024 school year has been hit hard by gang and gun violence. There are several schools in the metropolitan area of ​​Port-au-Prince, which have become reception centers for displaced families who are forced to leave their homes due to threats and other acts of gang and gun violence. It’s true that school activities are gradually recovering in the metropolitan area of ​​Port-au-Prince. But there is urgency, for what is goodbye to the official state exams 2023-2024. There is also urgency in preparation, which must be done for the rapidly approaching 2024-2025 school year. It’s a big challenge in Haiti’s education system, politicians with gangs and guns dominate the government. This is the concern of the National Union of Haitian Normalists and Educators (Unnoeh), in an open letter to the President’s Council for the transition.

The new transitional government may have 13 ministries, instead of the previous 20. There are ministers who should be in charge of several ministries. Discussions are continuing between the President’s Transitional Council and Prime Minister Garry Conille, on the structure that will be placed in the new transitional government. This is what several sources told AlterPresse and AlterRadio. [ppsf emb rc apr 05/06/2024 14:40]