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Latest Haiti Items
While foreign aid is necessary to help countries get back on their feet in the immediate wake of a natural disaster, Notre Dame's Engineering2Empower program believes rebuilding needs to originate internally for a country to re-establish itself.
An effort by Washington to build housing for Haitians in the aftermath of the 2010 earthquake has fallen short and exceeded costs, a U.S. government report said Tuesday.
For three years, Lindsay and Hadley Hentschel's kids saw their parents-to-be only a few times a year. At an orphanage in Haiti, Mykerson and Leander pored over photos of their adoptive family and the Hentschels' Carbondale home, while pictures of the pair were shown around back in Colorado.
The Haitian government will soon have a new representative in Miami.
The annual mission trip is a big deal for the youth at Pendleton's First Assembly of God. The destination remains a mystery until the unveiling, which their leader does with flair during a youth group meeting. By the end of his verbal intro, the name of the country is projected onto a screen.
Haiti's prime minister used Twitter on Wednesday to announce he was replacing about half of the 22-member Cabinet, marking the third major government shake-up in less than two years.
A bipartisan delegation of South Florida's congressional representatives is visiting Haiti.
Haiti's cholera outbreak is still the worst in the world, the top U.N. envoy there said Monday.
Nearly 1,500 Haitians filed a lawsuit Tuesday seeking compensation from the United Nations for victims of a cholera outbreak that health officials say has killed more than 8,000 people and sickened over 600,000 in the impoverished Caribbean nation.