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Trump didn’t want to give Haiti $11 million for cholera, so Congress found another way – Virginian-Pilot


Trump didn't want to give Haiti $11 million for cholera, so Congress found another way
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MIAMI—Included in the $1.3 trillion spending package that was passed by Congress and signed by President Donald Trump on Friday is $10 million to help Haiti fight cholera. Sen. Patrick Leahy, who unsuccessfully tried to get the Trump administration ...

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‘The Gospel of Trees’ Review: Mission to Haiti

‘The Gospel of Trees’ Review: Mission to Haiti  Wall Street Journal Haitian Times Roundup – Mar. 23  Haitian Times Haitian students to appear before investigating judge  Nation News Full coverage

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Haitian Times Roundup – Mar. 23 – The Haitian Times – Haitian Times


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Haitian Times Roundup – Mar. 23 – The Haitian Times
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Mélissa Laveaux, born in Ottawa to Haitian parents, plays neither the lavish orchestral music called compas, nor the rootsy, drum-heavy style of groups such as Boukman Eksperyans. Her previous two albums have mixed folkish originals with indie rock ...
Haiti gets $10 million in $1.3 trillion U.S. spending package | Miami ...Miami Herald
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Haiti haven: Church trip provides chance to help, bond with children

Haiti haven: Church trip provides chance to help, bond with children  Hometownlife.com Surgeon Manish Shah ’02 Serves Children in Need on Trips to Haiti  Princeton Alumni Weekly Mountain travel challenges Haiti mission team  Marion County Record Full coverage

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‘In Haiti, no one is surprised by the Oxfam scandal’ | Devex – Devex


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'In Haiti, no one is surprised by the Oxfam scandal' | Devex
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PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — Few countries have as complicated a relationship with international aid organizations as Haiti, a small Caribbean nation wracked by structural and environmental crises. Hundreds of aid groups began arriving decades ago on a ...

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Portage resident’s efforts allow Haiti’s people to help themselves – WiscNews


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Portage resident's efforts allow Haiti's people to help themselves
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Nancy Hibbard and local project leader Josue Joseph inspect one of their recent construction projects in Haiti in which plastic bottles, which can be found all too easily, are filled with sand and used as blocks in homes and community walls in Port Au ...
Bordering the Imaginary: Art from the Dominican Republic, Haiti, and their DiasporaHaitian Times
Plight of Haitians, Salvadorans Lost in DACA DebateThe Skanner
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Portage resident’s efforts allow Haiti’s people to help themselves

Portage resident’s efforts allow Haiti’s people to help themselves  WiscNews Bordering the Imaginary: Art from the Dominican Republic, Haiti, and their Diaspora  Haitian Times Plight of Haitians, Salvadorans Lost in DACA Debate  The Skanner Full coverage

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Plight of Haitians, Salvadorans Lost in DACA Debate – The Skanner


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Plight of Haitians, Salvadorans Lost in DACA Debate
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Rony Ponthieux's view of the future changes by the day. A Haitian immigrant living in Miami, Ponthieux has been working in the United States under the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) provision since 2010, when he, his wife and two children, then three ...
Haitians sue Trump administration over racist immigration policyThe South Florida Times

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