We came to celebrate the thousands of Haitian women who are working tirelessly to bring economic and social justice to all people in Haiti. So to them we say: we are humbled and moved to have been with you and to tell the world about your grace.
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Throughout my time spent in Haiti this year, I have seen more work done by micro-NGOs and regular Haitian folks living in shacks with little to no funding than most of the big organizations.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - After the devastating earthquake rocked Haiti earlier this year, food and medical aid poured into the island country, but in t...
After more than two months, hundreds of thousands of Haitians are still without tents. The rainy season is upon us and the hurricane season starts in May. You can help with just one click of a button.
St. Damien's is the calm in the midst of a storm, though lack of medication is still a huge problem here. Amputations are commonplace, and could have been avoided with quicker medical attention.
The Haitian people whom I have come to know over the last year are a strong, compassionate, resilient bunch who mourn with the same passion they live by.
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