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Reporter Returns to Haiti And Finds Cherished Hotel Shuttered

NPR Jason Beaubien The hotel continued to operate after the devastating 2010 earthquake. The collapsed roof is visible behind the pool.Brendan Sweeney/WAMU 88.5 To be blunt,…

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Trudeau, Gates raise billions for AIDS, TB and malaria fight

TORONTO • Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Saturday that a record $12.9 billion had been raised for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis…

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Just 5.7 Percent Of Clinton Foundation Budget Actually Went To Charitable Grants

Just 5.7 percent of the Clinton Foundation’s massive 2014 budget actually went to charitable grants, according to the tax-exempt organization’s IRS filings. The rest went…

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University of Florida awarded $1.7M to study Zika in Haiti

Florida Gov. Rick Scott talks with students who are studying the Zika virus, while visiting a classroom on the first day of school at the…

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New mosquito-borne disease detected in Haiti

John Lednicky, Ph.D. Credit: Image courtesy of UF Health University of Florida researchers have identified a patient in Haiti with a serious mosquito-borne illness that…

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Health experts: Zika threat is serious – and getting bigger

7 microcephalic infants have been born in the United States CDC head says health agency diverting funds from other needs to fight Zika. Three senior…

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State Dept. should demand UN take responsibility in Haiti

HECTOR RETAMAL/AFP/Getty Images A boy received the second dose of the vaccine against cholera in Saut d’Eau, in the Central Plateau of Haiti, in 2014….

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Did Red Cross spend too much on overhead as part of its Haiti relief efforts?

Red Cross workers carry the body of a man who was killed after a carnival float hit power lines, at a hospital in Port-au-Prince in…

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Did Red Cross spend too much on overhead as part of its Haiti relief efforts?

Red Cross workers carry the body of a man who was killed after a carnival float hit power lines, at a hospital in Port-au-Prince in…

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Cholera vaccine study in Haiti suggests problems with current booster regimen

Cholera bacteria. Credit: Public DomainCholera outbreaks are on the rise. To prevent and control them, three oral cholera vaccines are currently approved by WHO. A…

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Report: Red Cross Spent 25 Percent Of Haiti Donations On Internal Expense

The American Red Cross spent a quarter of the money people donated after the 2010 Haiti earthquake — or almost $125 million — on its…

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Great first, two Haitian admitted to the Coast Guard Academy

Haiti Libre: Thursday, during a ceremony held at the U.S. Embassy, the U.S Ambassador to Haiti, Mr. Peter F. Mulrean, in the presence of Haitian…

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UN supports Government in potable water campaign reaching 30,000 residents

A woman along with her son, fills her containers at a water distribution point in Las Palmas, Haiti. Logan Abassi/UN/MINUSTAH 10 June 2016 – Some…

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Haiti – USA : $11M donation for WFP emergency operation in Haiti

Haiti Libre: The World Food Programme (WFP) Tuesday welcomed a contribution of US$11 million from the Government of the United States of America through the…

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The true cost of ZIKA could be staggering

While Congress continues to debate President Obama’s proposal to spend $1.8 billion to fight the Zika virus, an unpleasant reality is beginning to surface. That…

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From Haiti earthquake victim to high school valedictorian

Joe Freddy Francois doesn’t remember how long his family’s house shook. Mostly, he remembers the shock — the actual, physical shock, and the emotional toll…

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UN response to Haiti cholera epidemic critics signals ‘potential breakthrough’

Letter discussed United Nations’ ‘human rights obligation’ amid deadly outbreak brought into Haiti by peacekeepers Figaro Nau rests on a stretcher in the Cholera Treatment…

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Haiti struggles to contain massive cholera outbreak

Victor Muisyo with Reuters Health departments in Haiti have issued alerts on a looming cholera outbreak in the troubled Caribbean nation. Haiti’s cholera epidemic began…

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UN agencies support Government in vaccination campaign against cholera

Government of Haiti has launched a vaccination campaign against cholera that aims to reach 400,000 people in 2016. Photo: UN/MINUSTAH/Logan Abassi 25 May 2016 –…

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Advice for Hillary Clinton on Her Brother’s Bad Judgment

Tony Rodham’s involvement in a gold-mining operation in Haiti is under scrutiny. By John Cavanagh Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton The Washington Post reported…