Welcome to the new Haitipolicy.org! Click here to bookmark the page. Haitipolicy.org is the world’s largest cyber-collection of recent Haitian political documents.
The page is still under construction, but all the vital functions work. Browse the site by clicking on one of the three categories above (Site Navigation, Articles, and Archives). Once you?ve opened a primary category, a menu system will appear that will let you browse the site within smaller categories. The higher up in this menu system you choose, the more topics will appear below. For example, if you click on Articles, then move your mouse over Elections, then click on New Elections, all the articles relating to the negotiation of new elections would be listed, most recent first. If you just clicked on Elections, those articles would be included with all the other election articles. If you just click on Articles, you get all articles. This way a person can browse a very tight region, or a very broad one, and always find the newest stuff.
Click on “Articles” above for a list of the most recent articles added to the site, spanning all categories and sorted by date. We encourage you to browse this area fully to keep updated on important news and events. All articles are rated 1-5 in importance, and articles we feel you should take note of are highlighted lightly in red. Simply click on the blue, underlined title to read the whole article.
Thank you for visiting haitipolicy.org! We hope that you find the information provided helpful. If you have any questions, e-mail James Morrell at Haiti@inxil.com, or Haitifirstname.lastname@example.org for questions about the website?s design or bugs.