An American woman, Alix Dorsainvil, along with her young child, has been successfully released and is out of harm’s way after an abduction incident that occurred in Haiti around two weeks ago. The announcement of their safe release was made by El Roi Haiti, the nonprofit organization where Alix Dorsainvil was employed.
El Roi Haiti expressed their immense joy and gratitude in confirming the positive outcome, stating, “With heartfelt gratitude, we confirm the secure release of our valued team member and friend, Alix Dorsainvil, and her child, who were held captive in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.” The statement was issued on Wednesday.
The advisory concludes by advising U.S. citizens wishing to leave Port-au-Prince to stay updated with local news and exercise caution, only departing when deemed safe. The incident involving Alix Dorsainvil and her child serves as a reminder of the ongoing security challenges in the region and the need for vigilance while navigating such circumstances.