Daily Archives: January 22, 2010


By Sir Hilary Beckles The University of the West Indies is in the process of conceiving how best to deliver a major conference on the theme Rethinking And Rebuilding Haiti. I am very keen to provide an input into this exercise because for too long there has been a popular […]

The Hate and The Quake


We here at Kittivisian Life has been as distraught and traumatised by the earthquake in Haiti as everyone else viewing our television screens on a daily basis since Tuesday 12th January. It is difficult to express our emotions; we can only send our profound condolence and sympathy with those from […]

EDITORIAL


Haitian quake victims sit by their makeshift shelters in a stadium in Port-au-Prince on following the massive 7.0-magnitude quake that shattered the country. AFP PHOTO
By Patrick Markey and Matthew Bigg PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (Reuters) Shops began to reopen in Haiti’s capital on Thursday as the hunt for trapped survivors from the killer earthquake wound down and efforts intensified to help the masses of hurt and homeless people. The seaport in Port-au-Prince had been repaired enough […]

Seaport, Banks Reopening In Quake-Hit Haiti



By Sir Ronald Sanders The writer is a Consultant and former Caribbean Diplomat The eyes of the world are focused daily on the terrible images of Haiti on television screens and in newspapers. The consequent flood of humanitarian assistance from all parts of the world has been great and admirable. […]

Haiti’s Future Must Not Be More of The Same