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Rebuilding Haiti, One Commune at a Time: Experience from Haitian People in Zabriko and Elsewhere
As Hurricane Matthew continued onto the U.S., the waters receded in Haiti, and it became apparent that the damage in Haiti was immense. Just like many people who either are Haitian or work in Haiti, I’ve been asked by people who want to help for recommendations. Unfortunately, the answer isn’t...
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As Haiti Death Toll Soars, Relief Efforts Muddled by Legacy of Foreign Aid
In light of predatory response to 2010 earthquake, those wanting to help were encouraged to support local groups
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After Hurricane Matthew, Haiti Faces Crisis and Media Instantly Forgets
"I hope the world's attention span will last at least a little longer, so that we will finally apply lessons at least Haitian people learned," writes expert
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Hurricane Matthew in Haiti: Looking Beyond the Disaster Narrative
Well-meaning people have either emailed or texted me over the past couple of days, with some variant of “how are things going in Haiti?” Short of people’s prayers, and the question, “is everyone you know ok?” How indeed to respond? Hurricane Matthew is a Category 4, meaning that winds are gusting...
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Hurricane Matthew Slams Haiti as Experts Warn Cuba, Florida Next
At least one dead in Caribbean's most powerful hurricane in almost a decade
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What the UN Must Do To Wipe Out Cholera in Haiti
It is not enough that the United Nations is finally beginning to acknowledge its involvement in the lethal cholera epidemic in Haiti. Now it must urgently do everything in its power to eliminate cholera in Haiti before thousands more die. Cholera was brought to Haiti in October 2010 by UN...
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As UN Admits Role in Haiti Cholera Crisis, Audits Show No Lessons Learned
Years after outbreak, U.N. still did not implement strict waste disposal rules at missions in Haiti, Africa, and the Middle East
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Senator: Red Cross Misled Congress, Refused To ‘Level With the People’ on Haiti Money
“One of the reasons they don’t want to answer the questions is it’s very embarrassing,” says Sen. Charles Grassley, who just finished a yearlong investigation of the Red Cross.
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Media Trumpwash Clinton’s Reckless Foreign Record
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton gave a much-anticipated “foreign policy” speech ( 6/2/16 ) in which she took presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump to task for what she called his “dangerously incoherent” foreign policy stances. The speech was widely met with praise from the pundit...
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Questions about Haiti for Tonight’s Democratic Debate in Brooklyn
Tonight, Hillary Rodham Clinton and Bernie Sanders will be debating issues in Brooklyn , five days before the New York primary, the biggest single contest to date. Brooklyn – and New York – are home to a large, diverse, and active Haitian community. In other states, such as Florida, Senator Sanders...
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