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Franck Aguilh first set foot on his native Haiti after more than four decades away, he couldn’t believe the devastation left by a 35-second earthquake on Jan. 12, 2010. “It was only when I got there that I realized the extent of the destruction and
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.
Attorney General Eric Holder has met with Caribbean leaders at a rare summit in Haiti. The U.S. official wrapped up a quick trip Monday following a meeting with Haitian President Michel Martelly at a hotel conference for mostly English-speaking
Empty Promises Behind Haitian Govt's Free School Program Students at a public school in Croix-des-Bouquets. Ever since his election in 2011, Haitian President Michel Martelly has touted his free school program as one of the government's major
Theater Lauren Feldman and Matthew Lopez get their work done at the Colorado New Play Summit. When Ayikodans artistic director Jeanguy Saintus goes dark, he doesnt hold back. In Lamentation13, the new work Saintus created for the Haitian dance
Haiti A U.N. envoy in Haiti says the Caribbean nation is "not yet" ready for foreign investment...Special Representative Nigel Fisher challenge a mantra often championed by the government of President Michel Martelly. Officials often say Haiti is "
Story Yolene was discreet all her life, but it is time the true story of a person who did not boast be made known to all. At the time of her death, all I could muster in her obituary were the words Yolene devoted her life to helping others. These
Haiti At least three Haitian musical groups believe they have been banned from performing during Carnival because authorities consider their songs too critical of the government. The bands say they were dropped from the lineup or made to feel
Nashville-based Live Beyond has initiated construction of a base of operation in the community of Thomazeau, just outside of Port-au-Prince Haiti. February 08, 2013 Live Beyond (
Haiti urged to pursue Jean-Claude Duvalier rights trial Jean-Claude Duvalier ruled Haiti from 1971 to 1986 International human rights groups have urged the Haitian authorities not to drop a rights case against former ruler Jean-Claude "Baby Doc"