President Moïse’s declaration of a state of emergency on March 16th marked the first official recognition of the political crisis which swept over Haiti at the start of the year. Escalation of the crisis over recent months has led to widespread civilian protests, increasingly violent repression by the Haitian National Police (PNH), a surge in crime rates across the country, and a destabilisation of authority.
The burden of meeting high expectations for the 2022 World Cup have been largely shouldered by the country’s large population of migrant labourers who form the basis of the crews of the construction projects.
It seems, overall, that the reminder of Rwanda’s scarring past has been a uniting force in the strive for a stronger nation. Recent popular initiatives have aimed to provide solutions to societal problems that previously restricted well-being