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blonde57 posted Haiti 2014 on the Haiti forum on August 13, 2014:
Can anyone describe what it is like to live in Port au Prince now. We are looking to re-locate in our late 50's for job opportunity.
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blonde57 replied to the thread moving to Petion Ville on the Haiti forum:
bethanyjean initially posted:
Hi I am moving to petionville haiti in December. I have lived in Masachusetts, about an hour from Boston, my whole life. Any words of wisdom, advice, etc?? I would love ideas on how to meet/make friends too...
blonde57 replied on August 12, 2014 with:
Where would be the best and safest place for us to live in Petion Ville and what would rents be like for long term rental?
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blonde57 posted Relocating on the Haiti forum on August 12, 2014:
We are relocating to Haiti to work from Canada. Where is the area most expats live and what would be the rental prices. I have read that petion-ville is a good place to live but what are the rents?
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jfleury posted Need missionary to work in Leogane on the Haiti forum on August 11, 2014:
Need missionaries to work with orphaned children in Leogane, Haiti.
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jfleury posted Mission oriented American. on the Haiti forum on August 09, 2014:
Hi my name is Pastor Kelly Fleury, a native of Haiti. I have a great ministry in Leogane. Looking for American Christians to represent the ministry abroad. 561-574-9907 kfleury@hotmail.com.
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jfleury replied to the thread mission work on the Haiti forum:
davidfleslie initially posted:
I am interested in mission work in port au prince area. Can anyone advise me? david
jfleury replied on August 09, 2014 with:
David, This is pastor Kelly Fleury. Are you still want to help in Haiti? I may want you to partner with us. Please call me at 561-574-9907
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Brigg123 replied to the thread Looking for IT Position in Haiti on the Haiti forum:
networkingguy initially posted:
I am currently living in Fl and wish to work in Haiti as an Ex Pat in the Computer Networking Field. If anybody knows a company that is hiring An IT professional.I have 10 years of experience and gave work for a few big companies in corporate America.
Brigg123 replied most recently with:
try Digicel the countries top mobile phone organisation. Or go to reliefweb and see if any aid organisations are recruiting, but if you don't speak French or kreyole forget it...
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adminee posted Survey about Healthcare in Haiti on the Haiti forum:
We've put together a brief survey about expat healthcare. The goal is to collect information from you about the quality and availability of medical services, health insurance, prescription medicines and emergency care in your region of Haiti. We'll be soon publishing the responses to help others who are following in your footsteps. Please take several minutes to answer the survey. The more detailed you can be in your responses, the better. Thank you, in advance, for sharing and helping others moving to your area! http://www.expatexchange.com/eetr/addtiptopic/7
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A writer from the Associated Press is interested in talking to people who decide to retire abroad for reasons related to affordable health care. He is also interested to hear about other reasons why you chose to retire abroad. If you would be interested to speak with him and possibly be written about in his article, please send an email to Joshua Wood at: joshua@expatexchange.com.
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dave6 replied to the thread Moving and finding work in Haiti as a white person on the Haiti forum:
ntony initially posted:
I'm a junior in college trying to find a Marine Science job in Haiti so I can live there. I'd just like some info on what to expect cost-wise. I don't need to live by the coast, optimally I'd like to live in the Central Plateau region.
dave6 replied most recently with:
people will charge insane prices for a decent apartment, even a mediocre room. you need to fight for the right price. I know people who pay 1000-2000US for an apartment for the month but a Haitian could get that same apartment for 350US-600 a month. I lived in Cap Haitien from 2005-2011 on 350 a month for a small apartment on the coast in a good part of town and that came with my utilities. food is very cheap if yo ushop in the local markets. if your a single man buying just for yourself you could get a months supply of food on 100 US no problem if you shop in the grocery stores you will pay as much even more than you do in the US. Being your White you will want a truck/automobile because its constant harassment on the streets especially if you walk. but if you can handle yourself then walk. buying a truck in Haiti is a pain in the ass get on in DR or a motorcycle if you want to keep it cheap but beware they will be very expensive. you can bring a car/truck from the USA and ship it in but get ready for red tape and hellish taxes and fees and mind games from corrupt officials. i can live well in Haiti on 1200-1500 dollars a month US but most people need more like 2000-3000 depends on what your standards and needs are. if you need more help send me a message - David
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