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Red Cross Itself May Not Know How Millions Donated for Haiti Were Spent

The American Red Cross is under pressure this week to answer detailed questionsfrom Congress about the spending of nearly half a billion dollars it raised after the 2010 Haiti earthquake. But internal documents newly obtained by ProPublica and NPR call into question whether the Red Cross itself has an accurate …

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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: Former President René Preval, strong ally of Martelly visited Washington to defend Jacky Lumarque who needs to give up

Martelly and Preval in deep conversations / Photo Credit: Emmanuel Jean-Marie

Haiti: Former President René Preval, strong of Martelly visited Washington to defend Jacky Lumarque who needs to give up During the last moment of Michel Martelly’s presidency, his best ally is the former two full-term President, René Preval who occupied the seat of Prime Minister under Aristide’s term and then …

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Bill Clinton contrite For A Lot Of Things

WASHINGTON — As president, Bill Clinton was wrong about Wall Street deregulation and various elements of his foreign policy, pushed trade policies that painfully drove up drug prices around the world, sowed chaos in Mexico through his prosecution of the drug war and exacerbated the problem of mass incarceration through …

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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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Jamaica survive Haiti’s attacking forays

Jamaica got an early goal from Giles Barnes, then spent the rest of Saturday evening dealing with Haiti’s attacking forays to book their place in the CONCACAF Gold Cup semifinals after a 1-0 victory in Baltimore. The Reggae Boyz will take on the United States on Wednesday night in Atlanta …

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