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Hope for Haiti: The Republic of NGOs

Josh Pence | Posted 10.09.2012 | Impact
Josh Pence

When you stand face-to-face with a person who is shedding tears of gratitude for the support they have received and witness their progress, it is clear that help is not in vain. Call it naiveté, call it blind faith, call it Pollyannaish. Or call it what it is: hope.

Is Haiti Doomed to Be the Republic of NGOs?

Vijaya Ramachandran | Posted 03.13.2012 | Home
Vijaya Ramachandran

Haiti's challenges are enormous and there are no easy answers. However, a two-pronged strategy --- registration and monitoring of NGOs and a governmental and donor focus on "core governance" -- may be a good start.

Fault Lines: Haiti's Earthquake and Reconstruction, Through the Eyes of Many

Mark Schuller | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Mark Schuller

Our view of Haiti is often constrained by an implicit binary frame of a "good" civil society and a "bad" state. Missing from this discussion is the central role played by foreign actors.

Is to Ethical to Charge People to Photograph Haiti's Earthquake Aftermath?

Victoria Fine | Posted 05.25.2011 | Impact
Victoria Fine

It's no secret that journalists of all kinds descended on Haiti for the opportunity of recording history. But now, some photographers are hoping to cash in on that passion to capture the moment.