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Yet Another Domestic Worker's Rantings

(Inspired by different stories of Domestic Worker's I have meet) Swallowing the pride in solitary times you can't say no becomes an artistic way to us, Overseas Contract Workers. … Read More»

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Travels Across Oceans

I recently left Kenya to travel to visit my sister as a vacation. Its been pleasant and now my vacation is coming to an end. The reality that i will be back at work on Tuesday has hit. … Read More»

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"Help Us Produce, Don't Give Us Food": Food Sovereignty in Haiti (Part IV)

Jonas Deronzil is a farmer from the village of Mogé in Haiti’s fertile Artibonite Valley, and one of about 2,000 members of a production and marketing cooperative. … Read More»

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Hunger: Women eat last and least

There is enough food in the world for all people to eat. Because of unequal distribution of wealth over one billion people are feeling hunger. Especially, youth and women are majority. … Read More»

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"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»

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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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Suffering and Survival: Haitian Earthquake Survivors Need Social and Economic Rights

“It’s a nightmare from which you never wake up,” said a coordinator for Partners in Health in Port-au-Prince, referring to the January 12 earthquake and its social aftermath. … Read More»

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Addressing the Social Causes of Poor Health: Alternative Health Care and Healing in Haiti (Part III)

For most Haitians, when health care is available at all, it all too often treats the immediate problem only. … Read More»

The High Stakes of Land

Women are the farmers of the world. Now their right to own land is being recognized as the key for ending global hunger. Read More »

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