Earthquake/CHOLERA

Articles and image gallery from the 2010 earthquakes in Haiti

Haiti Through Dialogue and Dance

September 25, 2013
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Haiti Through Dialogue and Dance

Sue Wang: Promoting a culture to an audience of both natives and foreigners simultaneously is a tricky challenge. Cambridge READS, however, seemed to stumble upon a solution: an interaction of two arts, in this case lively dancing paired with a talk by a best-selling author. The writer is Edwidge Danticat, whose latest book, “Claire...
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How Haiti Is Coming Back One Entrepreneur At A Time

September 25, 2013
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How Haiti Is Coming Back One Entrepreneur At A Time

When most people hear of Haiti, it’s usually get about the earthquake and about mind-numbing poverty within 1,000 miles of one of the world’s richest nations. This blog is the opposite message. This is one of the best messages of hope I have heard about Haiti. When Denis O’Brien of Ireland expanded his company,...
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« Jalousie en couleurs » ou en douleur ?

September 25, 2013
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« Jalousie en couleurs » ou en douleur ?

Pétion-ville, Haïti, 24 septembre 2013 – Rose, bleu, vert, rouge. De loin, ce sont des milliers de maisons peintes en des couleurs extravagantes. Mais, de loin, l’observateur ne voit pas la détresse et les risques imminents qui affectent les résidents de Jalousie, qui surplombe le centre de Pétionville (périphérie est). Des souffrances et dangers...
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A Haitian State of Mind

September 23, 2013
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A Haitian State of Mind

Growing up in Italy as the child of a Dutch mother and a Canadian father, Paolo Woods was fascinated by the notion of the state. How does where you live, and how you live, shape individual and national identity? To find out, he moved to a country most often described as anything but a...
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Haiti: Dinner to Honor Irina Bokova, UNESCO

September 22, 2013
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Haiti: Dinner to Honor Irina Bokova, UNESCO

UNESCO DG Irina Bokova PORT -AU- PRINCE, Haiti (sentinel.ht) – The Haitian Government held a dinner at the Royal Oasis in honor of the Director General of the United Nations Educations, Scientific and Cultural Organization, Irina Bokova. The reception, hosted by Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe, was attended by several members of the Administration, the...
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Haiti reconstruction-Portfolio Review of France and UNDP

September 20, 2013
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Haiti reconstruction-Portfolio Review of France and UNDP

Haiti Libre: On Thursday, the Minister of Planning and External Cooperation, Laurent Lamothe, also Prime Minister, accompanied by Vernet Joseph, Secretary of State for the recovery of agricultural production continued its series of meetings to aimed at assessing the portfolio of international cooperation with international agencies and donors. Portfolio Review of France : At...
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Basu: His great final act: Saving the rainforest of Haiti with garbage

September 20, 2013
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Basu: His great final act: Saving the rainforest of Haiti with garbage

Adventureland performer Kevin Adair is developing alternative fuels in Haiti. / Carrie McVey/Special to the Register Written by Rekha Basu Zoom Adair’s company makes briquettes from recycled materials. / Frida Hyppolite/Special to the Register If you’ve visited Adventureland in recent years, you might have seen the guy on stilts by the entrance, the pirate...
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8th Meeting of the Inter-American Commission of Ports

September 16, 2013
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8th Meeting of the Inter-American Commission of Ports

From 10 to 13 September 2013, in Cartagena, Colombia, the Engineer Alix Célestin, the Director General of the National Port Authority (APN) accompanied by Mrs. Ginelle Lambert Noël, attended the 8th Meeting of the Inter-American Committee on Ports (CIP), an international forum, which brought together all those responsible for ports of regions Caribbean and...
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La jeune Roodeline Louis, 18 ans, serait violée par un agent de la MINUSTAH à Léogâne KDH Danuskha, un agent du contingent srilankais de la MINUSTAH, affecté à Léogane est accusé de viol sur une jeune femme de 18 ans.-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

September 16, 2013
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La jeune Roodeline Louis, 18 ans, serait  violée par un agent de la MINUSTAH à  Léogâne  KDH Danuskha, un agent du contingent   srilankais de la MINUSTAH, affecté à  Léogane est accusé de viol sur une jeune femme de 18 ans.-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

KDH Danuskha, un agent du contingent srilankais de la MINUSTAH, affecté à Léogâne est accusé de viol sur une jeune femme de 18 ans. Le crime s’est produit samedi dernier aux abords de la base sri-lankaise dans la cité Anacaona. « Roodline Louis passait près de la base lorsqu’elle a été attaquée par son...
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The Haiti Reconstruction Fund approves $44.7MM-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

September 15, 2013
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The Haiti Reconstruction Fund approves $44.7MM-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

The Steering Committee of the Haiti Reconstruction Fund (HRF), under the chairmanship of Wilson Laleau, Minister of Economy and Finance, has approved a total funding of $44.7MM for projects in the areas of energy, education and budget support, aligned with the priorities of the development policy of the Haitian Government. Priority projects beneficiaries :...
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