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Physicians for Haiti help quake-devastated nation mend medical system – Boston Globe


Physicians for Haiti help quake-devastated nation mend medical system
Boston Globe
Even before a devastating earthquake destroyed lives, flattened buildings, and left more than a million people homeless in Haiti four years ago, the country's health prognosis was critical. Poverty and disease ruled, and the number of medical ...

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Years Ago – Youngstown Vindicator

Years AgoYoungstown Vindicator1912: Textile workers at the Everett Mill in Lawrence, Mass., most of them immigrant women, walk off the job to protest wage cuts. 1915: The House of Representatives rejects, 204-174, a constitutional amendment giving wome...

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Lamothe: Haiti rebounding from devastating earthquake – MiamiHerald.com


MiamiHerald.com

Lamothe: Haiti rebounding from devastating earthquake
MiamiHerald.com
PORT-AU-PRINCE -- Four years after a major earthquake buried Haiti's capital and left enough rubble to fill five super domes, the country is slowly rising from tragedy. Tens of thousands of people have been relocated from camps that once housed 1.5 ...

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Western Pa. humanitarians say Haiti’s needs outlive disaster – Tribune-Review


Western Pa. humanitarians say Haiti's needs outlive disaster
Tribune-Review
Four years have passed since an earthquake devastated the Haitian landscape, and humanitarians say communities are improving but survivors still need support. “Haiti is the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere,” said Ian Rawson of Squirrel Hill, ...

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Four years after Haiti earthquake, Samuel Chancelet Wilkins thrives in Beaverton – OregonLive.com


Four years after Haiti earthquake, Samuel Chancelet Wilkins thrives in Beaverton
OregonLive.com
For two years, they slogged through an adoption process, matched along the way with a Haitian infant they saw first in emailed jpegs. So when the earth quaked beneath Port-au-Prince on Jan. 12, 2010, it was little Samuel's dark somber eyes that came to ...

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How Haiti earthquake launched ‘digital humanitarianism’ – Christian Science Monitor


Christian Science Monitor

How Haiti earthquake launched 'digital humanitarianism'
Christian Science Monitor
When an earthquake devastated Haiti four years ago on Jan. 12, it also shook up how the world responds to such disasters. With the use of the Internet and mobile phones, survivors in Haiti sent out cries for help through tweets, texting, Facebook, and ...

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