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Haiti: New Blog CollectifHaitideProvence

CollectifHaitideProvence [Haitian Collective of Provence, France] is the name of a new French and Creole language blog launched by a Haitian organization of the same name made up of nine organizations that seem to be based in either France, Haiti or both. Their first entry posted yesterday explains (Fr & Kr): “This entity which took birth after the floods of Spring 2004 that affected (…) the border (…) between Haiti and the Dominican Republic, encompasses a group of interested associations, attracted and touched by Haitian issues (…) This is neither yet another personal page nor an attempt to embrace ‘blogomania’.” The blog plans to expand into a full fledged site over time.

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