Archive for November 17th, 2015

Haiti’s ruling party wins big in municipal elections: results

November 17, 2015
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Haiti’s ruling party wins big in municipal elections: results

A man votes at a polling station during the legislative elections in Port-au-Prince, Haiti on Sunday, August 10. (PHOTO: AFP) PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AFP) – Haiti’s ruling party has emerged as the big winner of the impoverished Caribbean country’s municipal elections, election results showed Tuesday. The PHTK party won more than 30 mayoral races, including...
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Haiti’s cholera outbreak: it’s time for some accountability

November 17, 2015
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Haiti’s cholera outbreak: it’s time for some accountability

by Fran Quigley Earlier this year, the Haitian people and their supporters commemorated the fifth anniversary of the horrific earthquake that struck the country in 2010. Last month marked the fifth anniversary of the horrific cholera outbreak that followed. More of us know about the earthquake. But the cholera was worse. A demonstrator holds...
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Plusieurs centaines de personnes investissent la route de Carrefour dans une Grande manifestation contre la DINEPA

November 17, 2015
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Plusieurs centaines de personnes investissent la route de Carrefour dans une Grande manifestation  contre la DINEPA

Nov 16, 2015 Ils entendent par là protester contre la DINEPA du fait qu’ils ne reçoivent pas d’eau dans leur robinet depuis plusieurs semaines. Paralellement les habitants de Fontamara, Bizoton, Diquini et Thor souffrent du manque d’eau dans leur foyer. Ces quartiers où l’eau coulait 24/24 souffrent davantage du fait qu’ils ne disposent pas...
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Haiti Hunger Crisis News: Children Go to School Starving

November 17, 2015
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Haiti Hunger Crisis News: Children Go to School Starving

School is a refuge for many children in Haiti as it is the facility that provides them hope for tomorrow and it gives them the passion to one day become life changers in a country where light, cold, and food are all scarce. Pritchard and Dana Adams are members of the Rehoboth Ministries, a...
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