Jamaica To Let Haitian Quake Victims Stay


CaribWorldNews, KINGSTON, Jamaica, Weds. Mar. 24, 2010: Jamaica is set to ensure over five dozen Haitians who arrived on the island early Tuesday morning from the earthquake-stricken island.

Jamaica`s Minister With Responsibility For Information, Daryl Vaz, said provisions are in place for the 62-Hatians who arrived to be duly processed by the various government agencies.

He said the government had made provisions through the Haitian Relief Fund to support any eventuality and to ensure the processing and other arrangements for the accommodation of the Haitians.


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