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Bankers pack 28000 meals for Haitian orphans – OCRegister (subscription)

Bankers pack 28000 meals for Haitian orphansOCRegister (subscription)More than 50 Wells Fargo bankers from several divisions gathered Tuesday afternoon at Pacific Coast Church in San Clemente to pack 28,000 meals for orphans in Haiti. The group, callin...

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Haiti – Economy : Improvement in the registration of Limited Companies – Haitilibre.com


Haiti - Economy : Improvement in the registration of Limited Companies
Haitilibre.com
Wednesday, as part of the modernization project of the registration process of limited companies, the Ministry of Commerce and Industry (MCI) signed Wednesday, August 28, 2013, a Memorandum of Understanding with the Société Générale haïtienne de ...

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Haiti – Economy : First Bilateral Business Summit – Haitilibre.com

Haitilibre.comHaiti - Economy : First Bilateral Business SummitHaitilibre.comTuesday, within the framework of first bilateral business summit, held under the auspices of the Faculty of Public and International Affairs at Florida International Universit...

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‘Claire of the Sea Light,’ by Edwidge Danticat – New York Times


'Claire of the Sea Light,' by Edwidge Danticat
New York Times
This book, though, is firmly planted in her homeland, in a fictional community whose comings and goings are less closely connected to any earthly immigrant destination than they are to the great beyond. Although billed as a novel, “Claire of the Sea ...

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A week of handcrafted houseboats, service in Haiti and gearing up for the … – OregonLive.com


A week of handcrafted houseboats, service in Haiti and gearing up for the ...
OregonLive.com
Than Monk, 40 (right), Michele Steward, 28, and their son Avery Monk, 2, in front of Monk's hand-made houseboat, the “Recurring Dream.” It has taken Monk four years to build the boat and they plan to launch in the Willamette in the near future. (Taylor ...

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Mapping a city’s risks, Haiti youth learn about health and technology – UNICEF (press release)


Mapping a city's risks, Haiti youth learn about health and technology
UNICEF (press release)
An innovative mapping project helps young people in Haiti build safer and healthier communities while gaining valuable knowledge and skills. PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti, 28 August 2013 – Carl Dorceus knows a good bit about HIV – how the disease is ...

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Haitian Students to Medical University in Santiago de Cuba – Prensa Latina

Haitian Students to Medical University in Santiago de CubaPrensa LatinaImagen activa 29 de agosto de 2013, 13:35Santiago de Cuba, Aug 29 (Prensa Latina) New Haitian students have been enrolled for the 2013-2014 school year at the Medical University of ...

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UK students pack 100000 meals for Haiti on first day of classes – Lexington Herald Leader


Lexington Herald Leader

UK students pack 100000 meals for Haiti on first day of classes
Lexington Herald Leader
More than 600 University of Kentucky students helped the Christian Student Fellowship pack 100,000 meals for Haiti on Wednesday. The meals will be sent to Haiti through Lifeline Christian Mission. PHOTO BY MOLLY K. PHILLIPS — Lexington ...

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