The Earthquake. Our Assessment

The earthquake of 12 January – our assessment The earthquake, measuring 7.1 on the Richter scale was a natural phenomenon. However, the scale of the loss

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Haiti taps Prince Charles charity for city makeover

Sat, Oct 2 2010, By Pascal Fletcher

PORT-AU-PRINCE (Reuters) – Haiti has asked an architectural planning charity founded by Britain’s Prince Charles to help guide the rebuilding and makeover of the earthquake-devastated historic center of Port-au-Prince.

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Viaud, Loune

Viaud, Loune. Health worker – Born in the coastal town of Port-Salut in the south of Haiti, Loune Viaud is a feminist determined to help

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Campaign for Freedom of Expression

Mark Howard/25 Ed

Haiti is a dangerous place to be a journalist. For decades, the press has been at times stifled, at other times divided; and at all times, journalists and news organizations from every point on the political spectrum have faced threats and violence.

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Kafou: Haiti, Art and Vodou

Kafou: Haiti, Art and Vodou Kafou is a major exhibition featuring Haitian art inspired by Vodou. The event will run from 20 Oct 2012 –

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Werleigh, Claudette

Werleigh, Claudette Politician, development and peace campaigner – Born in Cap-Haïtien in 1946, to a well-to-do family, Werleigh trained and studied medicine in the United

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Boucicault, Esther

Boucicault, Esther. HIV/AIDS activist – Born in Saint-Marc in 1960, Boucicault was diagnosed as HIV positive in 1995. Following the death of her husband and

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