Muzikspace - Caribbean Social Network
Video Top 10 Program Schedules News Events What's on MM
Home
Top 10 Videos
Music Video Archives
Caribbean Kitchen
Caribbean News
Law & You
Interviews
Events
Program Archives
The Store
Muzik Board
Social Networking
Press Releases
Members Videos
Become A Member
VIP Tour
Subscriber Videos
Subscribe Now
Forgot Password
Applying for A Student visa
Admiral Bailey, Yellowman, Allison Hinds, Coco Tea, & many more live
Mavado Live in LA courtesy of Hype TV
  About Us
  Contact Us
  Chatroom
  Guestbook
  Advertise with Us
  Related Links
  Search
 
 
 
News
 
World Bank worried about violence in Haiti

Monday, July 25, 2005

The World Bank is worried that Haiti's long-running political violence and crime could undermine international assistance to the impoverished Caribbean nation.
World Bank Country Director for the Caribbean, Caroline Anstey, said the World Bank's programme in Haiti "is on track" with most of the community-driven projects targeting relatively calm rural areas while Port-au-Prince, Cite Soleil and Bel Air remained volatile.
But she said the violence in some key slums is impeding development in those areas. Anstey appealed for "a very strong partnership" with the the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti to help guarantee protection for people involved in providing assistance, jobs and fighting corruption.
She urged the UN, the rest of the international community and Haitians to work together to ensure democratic and accountable elections later this year.

 
 
 
News Comments
 
 
 
Submit Your Comments
Total: 3 Pages: 1
 
brainwash
i agree that the world bank has not helped any country but itself. Any true Haitian that says Haiti cannot be helped does 1. not know her culture or has any pride or respect for it, 2. has not done any research to see why Haiti has the problem it does...let's just say its not Haitians, 3.Haitians have been brainwashed for centuries that alot of them and their descendants do not truly know where they come from and how to act the way they once did. Monuments and documents of the true Haiti have been destroyed to exacerbate the feelings and views of people that it is a poor, unstable, dumb country. Remember Haiti used to be called the Pearl of the Carribean. RESPECTE
By jU @  


Monday, August 15, 2005


 
poor Ayaiti
nothing or no one can help Haiti.
By haitian princess @ st marc, haiti 

tmd111000@yahoo.com
Wednesday, July 27, 2005


 
modern day slavery
BULL SHIT ! NO SUCH THING AS WORLD BANK HELPING ANY COUNTRY,SHOW ME ONE THIRD WORLD COUNTRY THAT THE WORLD BANK HAVE LONE MONEY TO AND THEY ARE DOING BETTER,THE WORLD BANK IS THE WEST WAY OF GLOBALIZATION, MORE CAPITAL FOR THE WEST, THEY WILL OWN YOUR COUNTRY AND YOU WON'T EVEN KNOW IT.
By FIRE @  


Wednesday, July 27, 2005


 
Total: 3 Pages: 1
 
 

The opinions expressed on the guest book and comments sections of this site reflects those of the author and does not reflect the opinions of the Editor or Administrator of the Muzikmedia Website. We reserve the right to edit your comments due to lack of space, political and racial attacks, vulgar and obsene remarks. We ask you include your name, email address and other information as requested

© 2004 Muzik Media - Memory Makers. All Rights Reserved.
Graphical Designs, Database & Programming by Gateserver http://www.gateserver.com
Hosting and Services offered by Gateserver.NET network http://www.gateserver.com