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Technology education in Haiti becoming a priority despite disasters – Pittsburgh Post Gazette


Technology education in Haiti becoming a priority despite disasters
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
SAINT-MARC, Haiti -- At the cusp of sunrise in Saint-Marc, Haiti, when laborers roused by a rooster's crow join farmers and merchants already hours into the work day, 17-year-old Servius Madsen begins his daily trek to school. Armed with the family ...

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Should the United Nations Be Liable for the Haiti Cholera Epidemic? – Justia Verdict


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Should the United Nations Be Liable for the Haiti Cholera Epidemic?
Justia Verdict
Scales of Justice In January 2010, a massive earthquake struck Haiti, killing over 200,000 people, displacing an additional 1.5 million, and causing significant damage to the country's buildings and infrastructure. Moreover, several months after the ...
Suit against UN over cholera in HaitiWorkers World
Historic lawsuit launched against UN over negligence in Haitian cholera epidemicThe Vancouver Observer

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4 dead after boat capsizes off Florida coast – Lake Wylie Pilot


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4 dead after boat capsizes off Florida coast
Lake Wylie Pilot
Haitians interviewed at an immigration detention center in Broward County routinely cite cholera, political unrest, dysfunctional law enforcement, ongoing displacement since the 2010 earthquake and, if they're women, vulnerability to sexual assaults in ...

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Bethlehem native helps Haitian immigrants in Dominican Republic – The Express Times – LehighValleyLive.com


Bethlehem native helps Haitian immigrants in Dominican Republic
The Express Times - LehighValleyLive.com
Amid the economic turmoil, Haitian immigrants sell goods in the bi-national market known as the Malpaso. Some Haitians don't have a spot in the market, so they don't know day by day if they are going to make money. Their small businesses sell goods ...
'It's like I'm dead,'; says DomRep woman of Haitian descentJamaica Observer

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Haiti popular female creole artist on her way to Festival Kreol 2013 in Seychelles – eTurboNews


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Haiti popular female creole artist on her way to Festival Kreol 2013 in Seychelles
eTurboNews
Mellow jazz, with a soulful sound, is how many have described Emeline Michel's singing. Soon the Seychellois public and all coming from the World of Creoles will have the chance to sample what the amazing vocalist from Haiti has to offer during this ...
Haiti - News : Some news here and there...Haitilibre.com
Victoria Gets an Early Taste of Festival Kreol as the Practice Run of the ...TravelVideo.tv (press release)

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Avon High graduate makes Haiti his mission – The Morning Journal


Avon High graduate makes Haiti his mission
The Morning Journal
“The Love Haiti Fund is a nonprofit I started as a high school junior after going on a missions trip with Church of the North Coast in Lorain,” Burris said. “The church sponsors an orphanage in Haiti so I went along to help. The trip really opened up ...

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Jim & Mary Ann Loafman: Hearts Out To Haiti – SpaceCoastDaily.com


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Jim & Mary Ann Loafman: Hearts Out To Haiti
SpaceCoastDaily.com
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – James and Mary Ann Loafman's retirement hasn't been what most people would choose. But not for a moment has it been any less enjoyable or rewarding. The couple spent 13 years in retirement traveling to Haiti on ...

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