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Kenneth Cole's Efforts To Rebuild Haiti Prove Compassion Is Always In Style
"You can't change the world alone, but maybe you can be an accessory."
68 Hours in Haiti, Part 5: The Miracle
Filmmaker; Author; Speaker; Co-founder, The Half Fund
We pulled on to the dirt lane. You couldn't see the entrance to the school from the sea of little people. The line of children was easily two hundred deep. They were here for shoes.
A Return to Haiti
Sustainability Advisor and Design Fellow with Architecture for...
Architecture for Humanity's mission is to create beautiful and well-designed projects in resource-challenged areas. Given Haiti's high illiteracy rate (50%) and staggering unemployment (80%), these schools will enhance the future of Haiti for many years.
Women Advance the Fundamentals for Haiti's Future
Diplomat and expert on politics and policy
I just returned from Haiti, where I was working with women to develop a women's policy platform. In Creole, "nap vanse" means we advance, and it is critical that Haitians move forward together to build a stronger country and a stronger economy.
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Is Haiti Doomed to Be the Republic of NGOs?
Senior Fellow, Center for Global Development, World Bank
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.
Soccer in Haiti: 2 Years After the Quake
Author and Digital Rights Attorney
The world has focused on rebuilding Haiti after this tragedy, but it's important not to lose sight of Haiti's rich traditions. One of them is soccer.
Two Years Later -- Reimagining Haiti
Actress. Activist. Author.
Haiti is not just "rebuilding" with cement and muscle. Haiti is "reimagining" a nation, with a bold vision and collective dream.
U.S. Content to Sit on Haiti Aid
Dave (Mudcat) Saunders
Senior strategist, Wayne Powell for Congress
Two years ago, President Obama promised the people of Haiti: "You will not be forsaken. You will not be forgotten." From what I've seen, working with those already in Haiti who have a record of getting things done is the only way the United States can fulfill that promise.
Two Years After the Earthquake
Dr. Joia Mukherjee
To place blame solely on the earthquake is to miss the political and historical underpinnings of poverty in Haiti.
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Remembering Is Important: The Second Anniversary Of The Earthquake In Haiti
Rev. Mark Hollingsworth, Jr.
Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Ohio
More than simply recalling the day, it is important that we quite literally re-member -- that we reconnect and attach ourselves again to that part of the body of humanity that was severed.
PHOTOS: Two Years Since Haiti Earthquake, A Cathedral Rebuilds
Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori
Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church
We are all diminished by the reality of the situation in Haiti. Reconstruction has been painfully slow, funds promised by other nations have not yet been paid or paid in full, and many, many people still live in tents.
Clean Water Benefits Haitian Community (PHOTOS)
Communications Director, Jesuit Refugee Service USA.
Forget God. How Are We Helping Haiti?
Rev. Susan Baller-Shepard
This notion that God caused this earthquake as a good thing for the people of Haiti is troubling theology. Where is that "good thing" in the midst of the suffering?
Is Haiti Hopeless? Not if You Believe In Grace
Journalist, Church World Service Senior Writer, author and con...
Anyone who has lived or worked in Haiti for any length of time is bound to be asked if Haiti is hopeless. That will certainly be the case this week, when Haitians commemorate the second anniversary of the Jan. 12, 2010 earthquake.
Two Years After A Devastating Earthquake, Hope For A New Haiti
Sheldon C. Good
Writing and working in the areas of faith, politics, poverty, ...
Hope, as theologian N.T. Wright says, "is a mode of knowing, a mode within which new things are possible, options are not shut down, new creation can happen."
EXCLUSIVE: Kim Kardashian And Maria Bello Reveal Why They Went To Haiti
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.
Middle School Girl Builds 27 Homes In Haiti -- But She's Not Stopping There
Are Extreme Events Roadblocks to Growth?
Managing Director of the Wharton Business School's Risk Cente...
The past 18 months have illustrated our fragility to large-scale natural disasters at both extremes of the economic spectrum.
Constructing a Safer Haiti
Sustainability Advisor and Design Fellow with Architecture for...
Recovery in Haiti will continue for decades, properly implementing education on safe structures are just the first steps down the long path.
Eighteen Months After the Earthquake: A Return to Haiti
President and CEO, Global Communities
I returned to Haiti and was astonished by the progress that I saw. There remains a monumental amount of work to do but it is important to understand that the contrast between now and three months after the earthquake is night and day.
Nichtclub Promoter Plans To Rebuild Haiti As Tourist Spot
Haiti's New Social Innovators --Young, Haitian Americans Plan for Country's Future
Dr. Judy Lubin
Policy analyst; Sociologist; Adjunt Professor, Howard University
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.
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Have We Made Progress?
Director of International Programs and Emergency Response for ...
The Most Effective Help For Haiti -- The Church
Bishop of Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe
On the anniversary of the earthquake, there is one challenge that the churches must face together worldwide: to get the many nations that promised financial support to follow through.
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