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Port-au-Prince is set on a natural harbor on the Gulf of Gonave, making it one of the country's premiere destinations.
The grant, worth more than USD45,000, awarded to LitWorld benefits nearly 500 children in Port-au-Prince and primarily funds the expansion of LitWorld's year-round LitClubs, LitCamps and library programs in Port-au-Prince and the surrounding area.
At the MINUSTAH's headquarters in Port-au-Prince, the heads of the Mission and relatives of victims have laid wreaths on the monument to fallen peacekeepers.
The beneficiaries will be around 3 million Haitians living in the Port-au-Prince metropolitan area.
Protestant church members in Haiti have conducted street protests in Port-au-Prince, chanting "no to gay marriage in Haiti.
Coverage estimates for the Port-au-Prince population as a whole (all seven strata) were calculated using sampling weights derived from the overall selection probabilities of households.
JetBlue said that tickets are currently on sale for USD 159 one way from New York to Port-Au-Prince and USD 134 from Fort Lauderdale to Port-Au-Prince through June 15, 2013 at jetblue.
If it s the Port-au-Prince then it s the most significant wreck in Tonga s history.
Many notable landmark buildings were damaged or destroyed, including the Presidential Palace, the National Assembly building, the Port-au-Prince Cathedral and the main jail.
Whether they are educational and technical training centers in Port-au-Prince, or health clinics and food co-ops in rural areas, these groups are trying their level best to end hurtful dynamics and practices--dependence on outsiders, government inaction--that have done grievous harm to Haiti.
In a number of cases in the past year, travelers arriving in Port-au-Prince on flights from the United States were attacked and robbed shortly after departing the airport.
Continental Airlines, a subsidiary of United Continental Holdings Inc (NYSE: UAL), has offered a new service between New York, US, and Port-Au-Prince, Haiti.