Michel Martelly Presidential Archives
Browse through the Presidential photo archives of ex-Haiti President Michel Martelly. See all the pictures taken when Michel Martelly was in president of the Republic of Haiti.
Haiti President Michel Martelly, First Lady Sophia Martelly participated in the graduation of 39 student judges at the School of Magistrates (EMA) Friday, May 30 2014.
Sophia Martelly was the godmother of the outgoing Promotion Rock Cadet at the graduation ceremony.
Photo: NOS tomates locales suivant le cours de la standardisation pour eetre mises en vente sur le marche local et international....
President Martelly posant avec les quatre gradués Haitiens du College Interamericain de Defense (CID)
Gade photo saa... President Martelly posant avec les quatre gradués Haitiens du College Interamericain de Defense (CID)
Haiti president Michel Martelly participated in the Inter-American Defense College (IADC), an international educational institution located in Washington D.C.
The eleven-month program provides senior military and government officials with a comprehensive understanding of governmental systems, the current international environment, structure and function of the Inter-American system, and an opportunity to study broad based security issues affecting the Hemisphere and the world.
La Permiere dame Sophia Martelly avec les représentants de la famille Evans: de droite à gauche, Sarah Jane Bradley, Patty Evans Bradley, Nancy Evans, et Dr Dianne Jean-Francois, Directrice du CMMB en Haiti.
Haiti first lady Sophia Martelly participated in the Grand Opening of the new Outpatient Clinic at Hopital Sacré Coeur (HSC) in Milot Haiti.
Hopital Sacré Coeur de Milot is the largest private hospital in the North of Haiti.
Haiti Prime Minister, Laurent Lamothe went on a two-day visit to the city of Boston Massachusetts to explore new areas of cooperation with universities.
Prime Minister Lamothe spoke to officials of Harvard University and MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Laurent Lamothe also met with members of the Haitian diaspora in Boston