Haiti - Violent protests hamper project activities

In Haiti there are again violent protests with injured and dead. The demonstrators demand the dismissal of the current government of President Jonevel Moïse. Among other things, the president and his ministers are accused of embezzling money from the Petrocaribe agreement. The programme enabled the Caribbean states to buy cheaper oil from Venezuela. Due to the great crisis in Venezuela, this is no longer possible, which has led to a petrol crisis in Haiti.
Susanne Furler
Programme Coordinator Bangladesh & Haiti, Communications
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