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From US to Philippines, Nurses Mobilize in Typhoon Haiyan’s Wake – In These Times


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From US to Philippines, Nurses Mobilize in Typhoon Haiyan's Wake
In These Times
And in the U.S., Filipino immigrant workers also have a rich history of activism within the labor movement, forming a key part of many progressive unions, including the National Nurses United (NNU). ... RNRN, first formed in the wake of the deadly ...

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Louisville doctor battles Haiti’s deadly cervical cancer – The Courier-Journal


Louisville doctor battles Haiti's deadly cervical cancer
The Courier-Journal
A schoolgirl outside a grade school in Gros-Morne, Haiti. The children had just left the dedication of a new wing of their school and were headed for the remainder of the celebration at the older part of the school.

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Haiti police appeal for peace ahead of protests – Yahoo!7 News

Yahoo!7 NewsHaiti police appeal for peace ahead of protestsYahoo!7 NewsPort-au-Prince (AFP) - Police in Haiti appealed for calm on Saturday ahead of planned protests between supporters and opponents of President Michel Martelly, who is facing demands t...

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Haiti: UN peacekeeping mission voices concern at recent violence in several cities – UN News Centre


UN News Centre

Haiti: UN peacekeeping mission voices concern at recent violence in several cities
UN News Centre
16 November 2013 – The United Nations peacekeeping mission in Haiti today voiced its concern at recent incidents of violence in several cities and urged everyone in the country to work towards ensuring a peaceful society. The head of the UN ...

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Haiti – Humanitarian : WFP will buy 1750 tons of locally produced rice – Haitilibre.com


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Haiti - Humanitarian : WFP will buy 1750 tons of locally produced rice
Haitilibre.com
The UN World Food Programme (WFP) has launched a new call for competitive bid to supply 1,750 metric tons of locally produced rice in Haiti, by farmers' organizations for the school feeding program. This call marks the beginning of WFP's commitment to ...

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Holy Family Cluster continues aid to Haiti – Mason City Globe Gazette

Holy Family Cluster continues aid to HaitiMason City Globe GazetteCLARION | The Holy Family Cluster, which includes Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Eagle Grove, St. John Parish in Clarion and St. Francis Xavier Parish in Belmond, is continuing its effo...

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The Wedding Dress donates dresses to women in Haiti – Middletown Press

The Wedding Dress donates dresses to women in HaitiMiddletown PressA Portland bridal shop has teamed with a Haitian nonprofit to provide the dress of their dreams to women in Haiti. The effort began about 10 years ago when the shop, known as The Weddin...

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Bakery in Haiti, with ties to Stow, opens for business – Akron Beacon Journal


Akron Beacon Journal

Bakery in Haiti, with ties to Stow, opens for business
Akron Beacon Journal
The money, some $130,000 collected in the jar labeled “Bread 4 Haiti” for more than three years (along with other donations and proceeds from fundraisers), has been used to construct and open a bakery in Ouanaminthe, Haiti. The bakery, which opened ...

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Let’s help the Philippines — but not like we helped Haiti – Washington Post


Washington Post

Let's help the Philippines — but not like we helped Haiti
Washington Post
Relief and reconstruction efforts in the Philippines have much to learn from previous mega-disasters, including, most recently, the massive earthquake in Haiti in 2010. We should help the Philippines — just not like we helped Haiti. We can, and must ...
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