NEW YORK -- Soon after last year's devastating earthquake in Haiti, which killed over 230,000 people, leaders from around the world gathered in New Yo...
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The problem is bigger than any one organization, any single government or universal remedy, but there have already been heroes amid the chaos -- heroes that may surprise some.
Sheer numbers never convey the magnitude of a disaster. For me, the Haiti disaster really hit home when I got word that an old friend had died.
Dominique Toussaint and Rachel Pierre are part of a new generation of Haitian Americans who are creating sustainable public safety and child welfare systems in Haiti.
One year after the devastating 7.0-magnitude struck Haiti, stories of hope, rebuilding and resilience are shared. But for every tale of happiness, a t...
One year after the Haiti Earthquake, the heart of Haiti beats on. But at times my heart aches when I think about all the money that we raised to help rebuild Haiti.
(Research assistance for this article was provided by Hunter Stuart)
In the wake of Haiti's devastating earthquake a year ago, dozens of major non-...
In the midst of utter disappointment and abandonment there are many nonprofits still working to slowly rebuild Haiti.
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