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Haitian Women and Elections: Presidents, Politics, and Power

Reconstructing Haiti is not about buildings, projects, or money. It’s about power, about who gets to control what the future Haiti looks like. … Read More»

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Surviving in Haiti

Haiti is a reminder of a lesson we in New Orleans got after Hurricane Katrina and the broken levees: the capacity of humanity to survive, sustain culture, and create joy – no matter the external circu … Read More»

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Citizen Protests, Government Repression Mount in Haiti

“I came to protest so we can find a solution. Misery is killing me,” said Mascarie Sainte-Anne, 70, at the edge of a rally in front of Prime Minister Jean-Max Bellerive’s office on October 12. … Read More»

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GOD's Window

When all doors are shut on your face, GOD opens a window so that you can see the world's beauty and enjoy his creation and blessings. … Read More»

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Women Helping Women - Palestinian Refugee Camp

Today was an amazing day! About a week ago, I received a call from a woman who lives in a refugee camp in Palestine. … Read More»

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"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»

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Jenipher's Dream Book

Charity stood in front of the group of young refugee leaders, both boys and girls, and (Think Humanity) volunteers from the United States. She held a notebook close to her chest. … Read More»

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United Nations Attacks Refugee Camp, Protests Mount

Last week, the United Nations peacekeeping mission fired tear gas and rubber bullets into a crowded refugee camp, leaving at least six hospitalized and others suffering respiratory problems. … Read More»

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State­ment Sub­mit­ted to the Human Rights Coun­cil for 14th Gen­eral Ses­sion: May 18, 2010[1]

1.The Jan­u­ary 2010 earth­quake not only dev­as­tated Haiti’s frail infra­struc­ture, it wors­ened already inad­e­quate and inequitable access to basic social ser­vices through­out Haiti. … Read More»

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