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Rebuilding A Just Haiti

Social and Psychological Well Being: Alternative Health and Healing in Haiti (Part II)

Lenz Jean-Francois is a social psychologist. He is also a professor and provisional head of the psychology department of the School of Social Sciences of the State University of Haiti. … Read More»

The Business of Disaster: Where's the Haiti-Bound Money Going?

“A sweeping exercise in nation-building on a scale and scope not seen in generations,” said UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon of the international donors conference on March 31 in New York, where forei … Read More»

"Our Bodies are Shaking Now" - Rape Follows Earthquake in Haiti

“The way you saw the earth shake, that’s how our bodies are shaking now,” said a member of the grassroots anti-violence group Commission of Women Victim-to-Victim (KOFAVIV by its Creole acronym). … Read More»

Haiti: Where Solidarity Means Survival - Part II

“If it weren’t for solidarity, Haiti wouldn’t be alive today,” is an expression commonly heard here since the earthquake of January 12. … Read More»

Haiti: Where Solidarity Means Survival - Lessons for the Policy Makers

Perhaps more than anything today, Haiti needs a new macro-economy, one based above all on meeting the needs of its citizens. … Read More»

What Haitians Want from Americans (And What They Don't)

We asked Haitians in civil society organizations, on the streets, in buses, “What do you want from the U.S.? What help can Americans give Haiti?” Here are some of their answers. … Read More»

Post-Disaster Reconstruction: Putting Haitian Citizens into the Equation

Haitian civil society has been completely bypassed in decision-making regarding the post-earthquake reconstruction process. They have thus created their own process. … Read More»

A History of Haitian Women's Involvement (International Women's Day Part II)

"We remember, we advance," read the marble plaque to the employees of the women's ministry who were killed in the Haiti's January 12 earthquake. … Read More»

Haitian Women Mourn the Dead and Recommit to the Living (International Womens Day Part I)

All over Haiti on March 8, International Women’s Day, women’s groups will meet to honor their dead and raise up their living. … Read More»

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