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Wilner Bossou

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About Wilner
My name is Wilner Bossou. I am an experienced journalist based in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. I work as well in many parts in the country like Cap-Haitian and southern Capital.

I write articles and produce video on culturals, Sports and political events.
Languages
English French Creole
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News Gathering Content Writing Interview (Print / Radio / Podcast)
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Politics Film & Theatre Entertainment & Celebrity
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Soccer: 'It's good to be back', Melchie Dumornay played again

05 Mar 2024  |  haiti.loopnews.com
After a four-month absence due to an ankle injury, Haitian international Melchie Dumornay returned to the field last weekend with Olympique Lyonnais, who won against Dijon (3-1). Entering the game in the 79th minute, Dumornay helped secure the victory during the 16th day of the French championship. She expressed her pleasure in returning and being back with the group, noting that while reathletization was lengthy, she is on the right path to regaining her form.

Zafèm, KenFS et plus: 17 spectacles de fin d'année à ne pas rater

15 Dec 2023  |  haiti.loopnews.com
The last 15 days of 2023 and the beginning of 2024 in Haiti will be filled with exciting concerts and performances. Highlights include KENFS at Chez BIBI, Déner Ceide and Reginald Cangé in Port-au-Prince, and Zafem, the first Haitian musical group to enter the Billboard Chart since 2009. The festive season will also feature the first edition of the Haiti à déguster festival, showcasing exquisite dishes from twenty chefs. Other notable events include performances by Nu Look, Vayb, Harmonik, and a comedy show by Gaëlle Bien-Aimé.

Shwendesky Joseph has 'found love'

13 Dec 2023  |  Loop News
Haitian footballer Shwendesky Joseph, known as Kyky, announced her marriage this week through a private ceremony. The 26-year-old striker surprised everyone with the news on her Facebook page, sharing a photo in her wedding dress with her husband in a navy blue suit. The couple posed in a beautiful setting surrounded by flowers, and fans extended their congratulations and happiness wishes to the newlyweds in the comments section.

Weather: UHM predicts 'pleasant temperature' in Port-au-Prince

11 Dec 2023  |  haiti.loopnews.com
The Unité Hydrométéorologique d’Haïti (UHM) forecasts dry and stable weather with pleasant temperatures for Port-au-Prince on Monday, December 11, 2023. The weather across the Greater Antilles, including Haiti, is expected to remain stable with a minimum temperature dropping to 21 degrees Celsius at night. While light showers are possible in departments like Grand’Anse and the North-West, Port-au-Prince should experience windy conditions with possible gusts in the afternoon and pleasant temperatures at night.

Squid Game: 456 contestants, $4.56 million at stake

01 Dec 2023  |  haiti.loopnews.com
A reality show based on the South Korean series 'Squid Game' has attracted over 81,000 applicants worldwide, with Netflix selecting 456 contestants to compete for a $4.56 million prize. The show, filmed in England, featured a series of games and tests, with 259 participants eliminated in the first game. Dani Templet, a 24-year-old from Louisiana, shared her experience with Insider, noting the challenges faced during the games, including cold conditions and a six-hour filming duration for the first game. Templet was eliminated in the second game after failing to perfectly cut out a star shape in the Dalgona challenge.

James Germain draws a full house at the Caribbean Cultural Center

27 Nov 2023  |  haiti.loopnews.com
Haitian singer James Germain performed to a full house at the Caribbean Cultural Center on Chavanne Street, captivating fans with his 'golden voice' and the accompaniment of percussionist Cisco. The event was described as a memorable evening in Port-au-Prince, with Germain expressing his excitement to perform for the Haitian audience and his commitment to continue working hard and leaving a legacy for future generations.

Employment: More than twenty job offers at MSF and UN agencies

24 Nov 2023  |  haiti.loopnews.com
Loop News Haiti reports on employment opportunities from various international organizations operating in Haiti. The United Nations Development Programme is hiring for positions such as ICT Associate and Communication Analyst, among others. UNOPS is looking to recruit a Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist and a Senior Administrative Assistant. Médecins Sans Frontières Belgium is seeking a Pharmacy Supervisor, Pharmacy Storekeeper, and 12 Hygienists. Interested candidates should submit their applications online or via email by November 24, 2023.

Champions League: Injured Dumornay unavailable against ST Pölten

21 Nov 2023  |  haiti.loopnews.com
Melchie Dumornay, the Haitian footballer, will miss her Champions League debut with ST Pölten due to an ankle injury sustained two weeks ago in Prague. Despite scoring a goal in her triumphant return to D1 Arkema, Dumornay still feels pain and requires rest. Coach Sonia Bompastor revealed that Dumornay played with pain in Dijon and needs further medical examinations.

Weather: Showers Expected in Several Regions of Haiti (UHM)

13 Nov 2023  |  haiti.loopnews.com
Isolated showers are expected on Monday across several regions of Haiti, including Centre, Artibonite, Nippes, South, Grand-Anse, South-East, North-West, North-East, and West, according to the latest bulletin from the Unité Hydrométéorologique d’Haiti (UHM). Despite sunny weather in the morning, showers are anticipated in the afternoon and evening due to a humid and unstable air mass and a surface trough north of the island. Port-au-Prince will experience pleasant temperatures ranging from 22 to 26 degrees Celsius, with a maximum of 34 degrees Celsius, and possible rain in the afternoon.

Weather: Mild Temperature in Port-au-Prince

08 Nov 2023  |  haiti.loopnews.com
Port-au-Prince will experience mild weather with a maximum temperature of 34°C and a minimum of 22°C on Wednesday, November 8, according to the Unité hydrométéorologique d’Haïti (UHM). The forecast includes sunny and windy conditions, with possible rain in the afternoon and evening. Other regions in Haiti, including the South-East, North-East, Centre, Des Nippes, Artibonite, South, Grand-Anse, and North-West, may also experience showers and thunderstorms due to a surface trough in the eastern part of the country.

More than a dozen opportunities at MSF, UNDP, and the US Embassy

07 Nov 2023  |  haiti.loopnews.com
Several international organizations operating in Haiti, including the US Embassy, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), and Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), are recruiting for various positions. The US Embassy is looking for roles such as Human Resources Assistant, Senior Recruiter, Armed Security Agent, Public Health Specialist, and Administrative Management Assistant. UNDP is hiring for Cholera Project Manager and Technical Specialist positions. MSF is seeking a Family Doctor, Biomedical Technician, and Reservists. Specific qualifications are required for each role, and applications are to be submitted online.

Weather: Showers expected in several departments of Haiti

31 Oct 2023  |  haiti.loopnews.com
The Unité hydrométéorologique d’Haïti forecasts cloudy to overcast weather with possible thunder showers in the afternoon and evening across many departments of Haiti for Tuesday, October 31. Departments such as Centre, North, North-East, North-West, West, Golfe de la Gonâve, Artibonite, South-East, South, and Grand-Anse are likely to experience showers. Sudden flooding could occur in areas like North-West, Grand-Anse, South-East, West, Golfe de la Gonâve, Artibonite, and the Centre of the country. Port-au-Prince, which had clear weather in the morning, may see temperatures rise to 35 degrees Celsius and experience showers in the afternoon and evening.

Haiti-Employment: 14 opportunities at United Nations agencies

30 Oct 2023  |  haiti.loopnews.com
Loop News Haiti has compiled a list of job opportunities from various international organizations operating in Haiti. The United Nations agencies BINUH and PNUD are recruiting for multiple positions, including roles in information management, crime prevention, finance, budget, procurement, and secretarial assistance. UNOPS, IOM, and FAO are also seeking candidates for communication officer, project assistant (construction), and field agronomist technician, respectively. Interested candidates for the project assistant (construction) position with a civil engineering degree should send their complete application to smhtirecruitment@iom.int by November 10, 2023.

U-17 Qualifiers: Haiti thrashes Cuba and advances to the next round

03 Oct 2023  |  haiti.loopnews.com
The Haitian U-17 women's national football team, led by Marc Ogé, secured a dominant 6-0 victory over Cuba, advancing to the next round of the U-17 World Cup qualifiers. The match, held at the Panamericano Stadium in the Dominican Republic, saw standout performances from Ludjina Étienne and Pierreline Nazon, who both scored multiple goals. This victory follows their previous 12-0 win against Barbados, showcasing their prolific attack. Haiti joins the United States and Mexico in the next phase, with Puerto Rico and Costa Rica also advancing from their respective groups.

This September 20, 'Dessalines Day', is a holiday in Haiti

20 Sep 2023  |  Loop News
The 265th anniversary of Jean Jacques Dessalines on September 20, 2023, is declared a public holiday in Haiti, known as 'Dessalines Day'. This decision was made by former President Jovenel Moïse through a presidential decree on September 17, 2020. Public administration, schools, commerce, and industry will observe the holiday.

This group wants to take its place on the Haitian musical chessboard

09 Sep 2023  |  haiti.loopnews.com
The Haitian music group 'Take Over', based in Paris, performed a dazzling show at the Omnium Club on September 9, 2023, following the release of their first single 'Mes regrets'. Despite the competition in a foreign land, the group, formed in 2020, aims to make a name for themselves and rise to the top in the Haitian music industry. They showcased their versatility by adapting French songs into Konpa, the Haitian musical identity. Lead vocalist Erold Olyssee expressed the group's readiness to play Konpa anywhere in the world and announced plans for a tour in Haiti and a new musical project starting next year. The upcoming album will feature 11 tracks, including 'Mes regrets'. Haitian fans are advised to wait for the group's live performances in Haiti, while 'Mes regrets' is available on all legal streaming platforms.

More than fifteen opportunities to seize before the end of the month

29 Aug 2023  |  haiti.loopnews.com
August is ending in two days, but there are still opportunities to seize from various international organizations operating in Haiti. J/P Haitian Relief Organization is hiring for multiple educational and engineering positions, with applications due by September 1, 2023. Médecins Sans Frontières is looking for HR personnel with deadlines on August 29 and September 3, 2023. Quala is recruiting for production supervisors, project managers, HR analysts, sales supervisors, and more, with applications to be submitted online.

Halle Berry to Pay $8000/Month in Child Support to Her Ex-Husband

25 Aug 2023  |  haiti.loopnews.com
Halle Berry has finalized her divorce from Olivier Martinez, agreeing to pay $8,000 per month in child support for their nine-year-old son, Maceo. Additionally, Berry will pay 4.3% of her income over $2 million to Martinez and cover Maceo's private school expenses, including uniforms, educational materials, extracurricular activities, health insurance, and therapy. The couple will share custody of Maceo, alternating weekends, with specific guidelines for communication between the child and the non-custodial parent.

A video on the the haitian footballer Melchie Dumornay's progression, climbing to the top

La superstar de la sélection haïtienne de football, Melchie Daelle Dumornay dite « Corventina », qui a fait les beaux jours de l’As Tigresse, club de première division haïtienne, va porter les couleurs de Stade de Reims, en France.

A story about, Melchie Dumornay, an haitian football player

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