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For immediate release Port-au-Prince, September 28, 2021- We, Jesuit Migrant Service (SJM-Haiti), Support Group for Returnees and Refugees (GARR) and Jeannot Succès Border Network (RFJS), express our dismay and deep sorrow at the inhumane decision of the Biden administration to expel thousands of Haitian migrants to Haiti. This decision, which also affects women and children, was...

The Support Group for Refugees and Returnees (GARR) is a platform of associations and non-governmental organizations working on the issue of migration. While not excluding the other poles of migration, GARR focuses its efforts on the Dominican Republic, where live many Haitian immigrants in extremely difficult situations. Since the earthquake that struck Haiti on January 12,...

The Support Group for Refugees and Returnees (GARR) is a platform of associations and non-governmental organizations working on the issue of migration. While not excluding the other poles of migration, GARR focuses its efforts on the Dominican Republic, where live many Haitian immigrants in extremely difficult situations. Since the earthquake that struck Haiti on January 12,...

The recognizement goes to activists in human rights that have been working to improve community-based protection for refugees. Lespinasse, the coordinator of the Support Group for Refugees and Returnees (GARR) was invited to Washington DC, to receive the distinction from the NGO Refugees International.

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The Haitian Congress to Fortify Haiti and Civic Engagement are sister organizations operating under the same mission since 2004. We salute the MHAVE for celebrating the National Day of the Diaspora - April 20 and in holding activities during the entire week....

The Collective in defense of Housing Right in Haiti point out IDP’s life and property are in extreme danger because of suspicious fires reported in several camps in capital city. The Collective says that authorities in charge of them don’t help victims. Worse, they remain in silence about these disasters that lunge in pain and...

 

 

According to reports, Wednesday, November 9th, 2011 at about 4 o’clock pm, Daniel Diaz Montero, dominican citizen, was hit by a bullet fired by Denis Lozamard, a haitian better known under the name of “Salmane”. Transported to dominicain territory, Daniel Montero passed away at about 9am pm while his relatives were trying to take him...