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Brian Samuel, Guest Columnist Part 1 of this feature was published in last Sunday's In Focus section. If Haiti has a limited capacity to absorb donor money, it has an even more limited ability to absorb business money...In the World Bank's 2012 Doing
Brian Samuel, Guest Columnist The first time I went to Haiti was in 1975, as a bright-eyed university student from Jamaica. I went with a group of art students (I was economics), and we stayed in a cheap B&B in downtown Port-au-Prince...I was
A serious food crisis is brewing in Haiti here's how to stop it Haiti's farmers need investment in seed banks and water management to help them sell their produce A Haitian farmer works on a field in an area outside Port-au-Prince, January 2013.
Limited Success Previously But Haiti has had clothing factories for decades, and it's still the poorest country in the hemisphere. The notorious slum of Cite Soleil began as housing for garment workers in Port-au-Prince's export zone. Pierre
Switzerland Haiti's young prime minister made a whirlwind visit to the World Economic Forum in Davos to try to drum up support for his country, where 52 percent of the population lives on less than one dollar a day, and where average per capita
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks at the grand opening ceremony of the new Caracol Industrial Park in Caracol, Haiti. It required investments in infrastructure and the economy that would help the Haitian people achieve their own dreams. So we
00 Port-Au-Prince: The United Nations Office of the Special Envoy for Haiti said that more than half of the USD 5.33 billion pledged by donors to help the Caribbean nation rebuild after the 2010 earthquake has been released.
The UN continues to have an active presence in Haiti after the earthquake. It is necessary for the organization to uphold and implement international human rights law in its missions and operations. The devastating earthquake that hit Haiti on
00 The biggest part of the SKA telescope is being built 80km outside the town of Carnarvon, which is having a ripple effect on its economy. Jul 23 2012 08:08 The world's wealthiest individuals have stashed assets worth $21 trillion in offshore tax
Senegal Positioned to Achieve Long-Term Growth Potential 13 July 2012 Washington, DC Senegal's political stability and renewed commitment to reform can help the country raise its long-term growth potential, says the IMF in its regular assessment of