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Rebuilding A Just Haiti

For Partners in Health, Good Health Means Justice and Rights

With the motto “Providing a preferential option for the poor in health care,” Partners in Health offers an unusual model of health care provision. Its mission is both medical and moral. … Read More»

"People Need a Normal, Stable Life" (The Urgency of Housing in Haiti, Part V)

Carine Exantus is a 22-year-old university student majoring in social communications. She lost her home, aunt, and cousin in the earthquake of January 12. … Read More»

"You Need to Hear From the People:" Communicating From Haiti's Refugee Camps

“We’re working to give speech to the most excluded, to democratize the means of communications in Haiti,” said Sony Esteus, director of the Society for Social Mobilization and Communication, or SAKS b … Read More»

The Right to Housing in Haiti (The Urgency of Housing Part III)

Colette Lespinasse is director of the Support Group for the Repatriated and Refugees (GARR, by its French acronym) in Port-au-Prince. … Read More»

"For a Better Life for the Peasants": Food Sovereignty and Land Reform in Haiti (Part II)

Tèt Kole Ti Peyizan Ayisyen (Heads Together Small Producers of Haiti) is one of Haiti’s two national peasant farmer movements. … Read More»

"We've Lost the Battle But We Haven't Lost the War": Haiti Six Months After the Earthquake.

Haiti during the World Cup is much like my hometown of New Orleans was during the Superbowl. Don’t try to make plans with anyone to do anything during a game. … Read More»

A Second Slave Rebellion in Haiti (Or: What's the Worth of a Haitian Child? Part III)

One of the many effects of poverty in Haiti is that desperate parents regularly give away their children in the hope that the new family will feed and educate the children better than they themselves … Read More»

Slavery in Haiti, Again (Or: What's the Worth of a Haitian Child? Part II)

“I’m struggling to end slavery because I know how I suffered,” said Helia Lajeunesse, a former restavèk, child slave, who is now a children’s rights advocate. … Read More»

Jean-Jean's Survival: What is the Worth of a Haitian Child (Part I)

Jean-Jean, six, is part of the pack of kids that races to meet me each time I arrive at one internally displaced people’s camp in Port-au-Prince. … Read More»

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