Girls and women key to Haiti’s future

July 28, 2015
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Girls and women key to Haiti’s future

BY DONNA SHALALA clintonfoundation.org As the former President of the University of Miami, I was proud to help strengthen UM’s decades-long relationship with our neighbors in Haiti. Both before and after the devastating 2010 earthquake, UM faculty, staff, and students worked, often with Project Medishare and alongside Haitian partners, to build the kinds of...
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JetBlue and Marriott Port-au-Prince Team Up to Give Back to Haiti

July 28, 2015
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JetBlue and Marriott Port-au-Prince Team Up to Give Back to Haiti

July 27, 2015 at 1:37 PM | by Charyn Pfeuffer | You’ve got to love a great partnership. From now until August 29th, 2015, anyone planning on flying JetBlue to Port-au-Prince from Fort Lauderdale, Boston or JFK will be able to stay at Marriott Port-au-Prince for a fantastic flat rate of $125 per night...
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Wheelchair-using 8-year-old adopted from Haiti is Little League team’s No. 1 fan

July 27, 2015
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Wheelchair-using 8-year-old adopted from Haiti is Little League team’s No. 1 fan

HARPER WOODS, MI — He rides in on his own on a motorized wheelchair, gets plopped down in the front row of the bleachers and turns the baseball field into his own sanctuary. Joking, laughing and touching those around him, 8-year-old Reggie Livingston brings the game to life before it even begins. And he’s...
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Fleeing To Haiti, They Put Their Faith In ‘God And Government’

July 27, 2015
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Fleeing To Haiti, They Put Their Faith In ‘God And Government’

Children play in between the tents of Parc Cardeau. Peter Granitz for NPR Marie Etyse left two of her children behind. She’s 29, a widow and has five kids. She’s lived in a town in the Dominican Republic for the past nine years. Like many Haitian migrants, she faced formal deportation after a law...
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Self-Sufficiency—The Key to Haiti’s Future

July 27, 2015
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Self-Sufficiency—The Key to Haiti’s Future

Haiti can become more self-sufficient by attracting foreign investment. by Michelet Nestor If the cavern-like walls of the Sodeth Clinique Hospitaliere on Rue Tamarin, situated in Croix-des-Bouquets in the outskirts of Port au Prince could talk, they would surely scream. With over 250,000 consultations per year since the 7.0 magnitude earthquake shook our nation...
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BEWARE THE AMERICAN PLAN FOR HAITI!!!

July 27, 2015
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BEWARE THE AMERICAN PLAN FOR HAITI!!!

July 27, 2015 Our American friends always know what is best for Haiti! They use Haiti like a high school lab experiment and learn little in the process, that has effectively destroyed the Haiti that existed until 1986, when they first decided Dictators Bad – Democracy Good,  and destroyed a stable economy, backed by...
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-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

July 27, 2015
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-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

The Haitian embassy in South Africa has launched an urgent application to set aside a High Court order allowing the sheriff to attach the embassy’s movable goods because of alleged outstanding rent of R550 000. Property owner Nosisi Sokutu obtained an urgent order in the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria last week authorising...
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Playoffs Russia 2018, the Grenadiers will face

July 26, 2015
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Playoffs Russia 2018, the Grenadiers will face

Haiti Libre: Saturday, the International Federation of Association Football (FIFA) and the Organising Committee of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia proceeded to draw of teams for the playoffs of the competition. In the CONCACAF zone, which is the third phase of these playoffs, the Haitian National Team will face on September 4 and...
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The ketchup sachet-shaped drug saving babies from HIV

July 26, 2015
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The ketchup sachet-shaped drug saving babies from HIV

By Daniel Pardo BBC Mundo Pregnant women who are HIV positive risk passing on the virus to their babies during pregnancy, labour, delivery or breast-feeding Inside a foil sachet, which looks more at home in a fast-food restaurant, an exact dose of antiretroviral medicine is helping to protect newborn babies against the threat of...
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Sssh! Hurricane season forecast to stay quiet

July 26, 2015
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Sssh! Hurricane season forecast to stay quiet

Bo Petersen Reporting-FOLLY BEACH — They’re eyeing the tropics out here and they don’t like what they see. Surfers, that is. The hurricane season has been so quiet they’re hoping for just a bit of a Southeast swell from a storm moving off the coast early in the week. Over the next few weeks,...
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ELECTIONS HAVE NO CALORIES!!! – HAITIANS WAIT PATIENTLY – CHILDREN STARVE TO DEATH WHILE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY, MARTELLY & RADIO COMMENTATORS DEBATE FINITE DETAILS OF ELECTORAL PROBLEMS!!

July 26, 2015
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ELECTIONS HAVE NO CALORIES!!! – HAITIANS WAIT PATIENTLY – CHILDREN STARVE TO DEATH WHILE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY, MARTELLY & RADIO COMMENTATORS DEBATE FINITE DETAILS OF ELECTORAL PROBLEMS!!

July 26, 2015 I am sitting here, listening to Radio Kiskeya as a few well-fed idiots debate “obligations légales” and tiny details regarding accreditation of foreign observers – even as children are starving to death in Haiti’s Northwest. YES, PEOPLE ARE STARVING TO DEATH, theIr departure ignored by all but their personal families and,...
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Solar power to light up communities in Haiti

July 25, 2015
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Solar power to light up communities in Haiti

Miami Herald.com By Ismail Ercan iercan@MiamiHerald.com Haiti has long been plagued by electrification issues, with more than 70 percent of the population not having access to reliable electricity on a daily basis. A new solar light kit may help solve the problem. Called Klere Ayiti — or Light Up Haiti — the project is...
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Hiding Black Behind the Ears: On Dominicans, Blackness, and Haiti

July 25, 2015
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Hiding Black Behind the Ears: On Dominicans, Blackness, and Haiti

Gawker.com The first friend I made in Elizabeth, New Jersey was a white kid named Billy. As a New York transplant my Dominicano look wasn’t too popular with Jersey folk. I had an afro, wore dress pants, a collared shirt, and black leather shoes with little gold buckles. Most of the kids just wanted...
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NOON ON RADIO CARAIBE COLONEL REBU REPORTS SEEING A TAP TAP STOPPED FOLLOWED BY THE MASSACRE OF ALL OCCUPANTS.

July 25, 2015
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NOON ON RADIO CARAIBE COLONEL REBU REPORTS SEEING A TAP TAP STOPPED FOLLOWED BY THE MASSACRE OF ALL OCCUPANTS.

July 25, 2015 Himmler Rebu, an ex-colonel in the Forces Armees d’Haiti, and Martelly cabinet minister,  is a serious observer of the Haitian reality, and not given to creating rumors. If he says he saw something, it happened. Where are the police? The situation continues to deteriorate as gunmen – reportedly associated with the...
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Clintons’ charities got £50million of British aid cash: UK government accused of trying to buy influence with US power family

July 25, 2015
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Clintons’ charities got £50million of British aid cash: UK government accused of trying to buy influence with US power family

The charity’s board includes former president Bill and candidate Hillary It has had £48.9million from the UK – more than £20million last year alone Critics say its a symptom of controversial pledge on foreign aid spending Some claim charity is inefficient and taxpayers could simply be funding management charges By Daniel Martin and Gethin...
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3 “What If?” Scenarios For Haiti

July 25, 2015
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3 “What If?” Scenarios For Haiti

3 “What If?” Scenarios For Haiti www.haitiantimes.com July 24, 2015 • By Ed Gehy Regardless of what political views one may hold, or social class one may belong to, most would agree across the board Haiti has been for too long in its current situation, and that it is about time for real change to...
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ELECTORAL SHAMBLES AS CANDIDATES SHOT, EARS CUT OFF AND BOY GOING TO GET HUNGRY MOTHER FOOD – KILLED.

July 24, 2015
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ELECTORAL SHAMBLES  AS CANDIDATES SHOT, EARS CUT OFF AND BOY GOING TO GET HUNGRY MOTHER FOOD – KILLED.

July 24, 2015 Michel Martelly has created an electoral chaos that becomes more violent, with each passing moment. Three Fusion candidates have been killed. One candidate has had his ears cut off. An old lady told her son she was very hungry and he went to find some food. Instead, he found death as...
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Malaria vaccine gets go-ahead from European regulators

July 24, 2015
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Malaria vaccine gets go-ahead from European regulators

The world’s first malaria vaccine has been given the green light from European drugs regulators who recommend it should be licensed for use in babies in Africa at risk of the mosquito-borne disease. The shot — called RTS,S or Mosquirix — would be the first licensed human vaccine against a parasitic disease and could...
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Squatters along Haitian border allege deportation, but DR disputes claims

July 24, 2015
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Squatters along Haitian border allege deportation, but DR disputes claims

Among those who left Dominican Republic voluntarily, harassment, intimidation and racial discrimination cited as reasons. July 24, 2015 5:00AM ET by Matt Chandler ANSE-À-PITRES, Haiti — Joanis Beaunis says he was deported. Sitting in a makeshift tent he built from tree branches and old cardboard in a camp just outside the Haitian border town...
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“OVERVIEW OF US POLICY TOWARD HAITI PRIOR TO THE ELECTIONS” TESTIMONY OF THOMAS C ADAMS

July 24, 2015
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“OVERVIEW OF US POLICY TOWARD HAITI PRIOR TO THE ELECTIONS” TESTIMONY OF THOMAS C ADAMS

TESTIMONY BEFORE THE SENATE FOREIGN RELATION COMMITTEE SUBCOMMITTEE ON WESTERN HEMISPHERE, TRASNATIONAL CRIME, CIVILIAN SECURITY, DEMOCRACY, HUMAN RIGHTS, AND GLOBAL WOMEN’S ISSUES “OVERVIEW OF U.S. POLICY TOWARD HAITI PRIOR TO THE ELECTIONS” TESTIMONY OF THOMAS C. ADAMS HAITI SPECIAL COORDINATOR OFFICE OF THE HAITI SPECIAL COORDINATOR U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE BEFORE THE SENATE FOREIGN RELATIONS COMMITTEE SUBCOMMITTEE...
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