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US and IOM Donate 5 Patrol Cars to Haiti’s National Border Police – Haitian Times


Haitian Times

US and IOM Donate 5 Patrol Cars to Haiti's National Border Police
Haitian Times
At a ceremony in Cap-Haitien, the United States Government and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) donated five patrol cars to the Haitian National Border Police (POLIFRONT). According to a U.S. Embassy press release, the cars and other ...

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Haiti girls empowered by Flagstaff knowledge – Arizona Daily Sun

Arizona Daily SunHaiti girls empowered by Flagstaff knowledgeArizona Daily SunAngel-Ben Gilot, left, and Maude Louis, right, teach a group of girls on a rooftop patio at the Foyer Renmen orphanage in Port au Prince, Haiti, about their menstrual cycles ...

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Haiti’s Troubled Path to Development – Council on Foreign Relations


Council on Foreign Relations

Haiti's Troubled Path to Development
Council on Foreign Relations
The United States is Haiti's largest trade partner. In recent years, natural disasters, disease, political instability, mismanagement of humanitarian relief, and a depreciation of the gourde—Haiti's currency—have strained the economy. Tourism, once a ...

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Fabrice Tardieu might be the most famous fashion designer you’ve never heard of – Miami Herald


Miami Herald

Fabrice Tardieu might be the most famous fashion designer you've never heard of
Miami Herald
The Haitian-born entrepreneur is quietly growing his brand out of his Little Haiti studio, and the secret is out among the celebrity circuit. On any given night, you might spot Will Smith, Dwyane Wade or Sean Combs dressed to impress with Fabrice ...

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Haitian immigrant back home working for CRS says faith gives her … – Catholic News Service


Haitian immigrant back home working for CRS says faith gives her ...
Catholic News Service
Cassandra Bissainthe poses in a Jan. 30 photo outside the Catholic Pastoral Center in San Diego. Now 33, she is on the staff of Catholic Relief Services in her native Haiti as the agency's church partnership and capacity strengthening manager ...

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MeToo movement is fresh backdrop in lawsuit over Haiti abuse claims – Press Herald


MeToo movement is fresh backdrop in lawsuit over Haiti abuse claims
Press Herald
Activist Paul Kendrick arrives at federal court in Portland, Maine. Kendrick, who's being sued over his claims that a Haiti orphanage founder is a serial pedophile says he's more determined than ever to make sure victims' voices are heard. He returned ...

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