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Michel Martelly: un president de tous les paradoxes

Avant la publication des résultats définitifs du premier tour des élections législatives du 9 août, Haïti s’enfonçait ce mardi 8 septembre dans une nouvelle crise politique avec une contestation grandissante de l’opposition et l’annonce du retrait du principal groupe politique de la course électorale. L’actualité nationale ne rassure point depuis …

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Haiti: un gouvernement face à la volonté du peuple

Presque six ans après le séisme qui a dévasté le pays, environ 80.000 personnes continuent d’habiter sous des toiles de tentes. Et cela en dépit des aides colossales et multiformes venus du monde entier pour soutenir les rescapés et les victimes de ce tremblement de terre qui a fait plus …

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Nonprofit honoring Lynn student who died in quake expanding to Boynton

A nonprofit organization dedicated to helping Haitian orphans is coming to Boynton Beach. lRelated Honoring daughter. BOYNTON BEACH NEWS Honoring daughter. SEE ALL RELATED 8 The Be Like Brit Foundation’s orphanage was started in 2013, in memory of Britney Gengel, a 19-year-old Lynn University student who was among those killed …

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Their View: Red Cross aid use in Haiti under fire

The world reached out in grand fashion when a massive earthquake struck Haiti five years ago. Former President Bill Clinton raised millions of dollars. Celebrities organized high-profile benefits. The American Red Cross joined in the effort in a big way, promising to rebuild homes, schools and infrastructure in a country …

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Haiti still runs as a colony of the international and its own leaders

Haiti still runs as a colony of the international and NGO’S Haiti is an independent country, but for the past 100 years, it appears that Haiti still remains under the colonists. While one may seem to think that the colonial powers continue to oppress Haitians, this is not true. There …

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Are Foreign NGOs Rebuilding Haiti Or Just Cashing In?

Haiti playsHOST  to over 10,000 NGOs, whose foreign workers By Nathalie Baptiste, July 10, 2015.   The devastating earthquake that struck Haiti five years ago was followed by a flood, as billions of dollars were poured into a reconstruction effort largely led byPRIVATE non-governmental organizations. Almost immediately, Haitians, activists, and well-wishing donors the …

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Haiti: Ex-President Jean B. Aristide will break his silence in election for candidate Dr. Maryse Narcisse

The Haitian elections are into their last leg. While some political parties are getting stronger and others merging, the individual politicians are being left behind. One of the biggest news to come out this week is that ex-President Jean Bertrand Aristide has agreed to support and speak on behalf Maryse …

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Sen. Grassley Demands Red Cross Disclose Haiti Spending

Sen. Grassley Demands Red Cross Disclose Haiti Spending — And Gives Them a Deadline JULY 11, 2015 5:00 AM by Justin Elliott This story has been corrected. Sen. Charles Grassley is demanding the American Red Cross explain how it spent nearly half a billion dollars raised after the 2010 Haiti …

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