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  1. Cholera in Haiti: Ten communes in red alertRead the original story

    Friday Jul 22 | Crofs Blogs

    Earlier this week, the Ministry of Public Health and Population has presented to the press the evolution of the cholera epidemic in Haiti [786,530 contaminated and 9,361 people dead since 2010. Source Ministry] From 1 to June 30, 2016, 3,547 people have been infected, of these, 2,948 were hospitalized, 19 institutional deaths and 5 community deaths recorded.

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  2. OCHA: Haiti Humanitarian Bulletin, May 31Read the original story

    Jun 17, 2016 | Crofs Blogs

    Via ReliefWeb, a belated report from OCHA: Haiti Humanitarian Bulletin - Issue 61, May 2016 . Click or tap through to download the PDF.

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  3. Haiti: UN supports Government in potable water campaign reaching 30,000 residentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 10, 2016 | Newkerala.com

    New York, June 11 : Some 30,000 residents of three localities in Haiti now have access to potable water, thanks to a sanitation campaign launched by the Government and supported by the United Nations following a cholera epidemic that killed almost 100 people in the community. So much of my time was spent looking for water, recalled Ivrose Paul, who, along with hundreds of other women and children living in the neighbourhood of Los Palmas which lies 30 minutes north-east of the city of Hinche used to leave her home early every morning, walk for more than an hour, and wait for hours to secure a container full of water.

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  4. Haiti: UN supports Government in potable water campaign reaching 30,000 residentsRead the original story

    Jun 10, 2016 | United Nations

    A woman along with her son, fills her containers at a water distribution point in Las Palmas, Haiti. Logan Abassi/UN/MINUSTAH 10 June 2016 – Some 30,000 residents of three localities in Haiti now have access to potable water, thanks to a sanitation campaign launched by the Government and supported by the United Nations following a cholera epidemic that killed almost 100 people in the community.

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  5. Dartmouth Stands with HaitiRead the original story

    Feb 1, 2010 | Vox of Dartmouth

    Intensive care nurse Kimberly Gagnon was one of nine Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center nurses and physicians who traveled to Haiti to provide medical care four days after a 7.0 magnitude earthquake devastated the republic, killing more than 150,000 people. "Even in the face of despair the Haitian people want to learn more so that they can do more for their people," Gagnon wrote in an email from Hinche, where she and Dartmouth's Team One treated patients at a health-care clinic affiliated with the nonprofit organization Partners in Health .

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  6. Dartmouth Stands with HaitiRead the original story

    Feb 1, 2010 | Vox of Dartmouth

    Intensive care nurse Kimberly Gagnon was one of nine Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center nurses and physicians who traveled to Haiti to provide medical care four days after a 7.0 magnitude earthquake devastated the republic, killing more than 150,000 people. "Even in the face of despair the Haitian people want to learn more so that they can do more for their people," Gagnon wrote in an email from Hinche, where she and Dartmouth's Team One treated patients at a health-care clinic affiliated with the nonprofit organization Partners in Health .

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  7. Dartmouth Stands with HaitiRead the original story

    Feb 1, 2010 | Vox of Dartmouth

    Intensive care nurse Kimberly Gagnon was one of nine Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center nurses and physicians who traveled to Haiti to provide medical care four days after a 7.0 magnitude earthquake devastated the republic, killing more than 150,000 people. "Even in the face of despair the Haitian people want to learn more so that they can do more for their people," Gagnon wrote in an email from Hinche, where she and Dartmouth's Team One treated patients at a health-care clinic affiliated with the nonprofit organization Partners in Health .

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  8. Haiti tanker truck explosion claims 7Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 18, 2016 | Iol.co.za

    Port-au-Prince - At least seven people were killed and about 30 others seriously burned on Thursday in Haiti when a tanker truck belonging to the Total oil company caught fire and exploded. The accident took place in the town of Hinche, located some 110 kilometers north-east of the capital Port-au-Prince.

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  9. Dartmouth Stands with HaitiRead the original story

    Feb 1, 2010 | Vox of Dartmouth

    Intensive care nurse Kimberly Gagnon was one of nine Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center nurses and physicians who traveled to Haiti to provide medical care four days after a 7.0 magnitude earthquake devastated the republic, killing more than 150,000 people. "Even in the face of despair the Haitian people want to learn more so that they can do more for their people," Gagnon wrote in an email from Hinche, where she and Dartmouth's Team One treated patients at a health-care clinic affiliated with the nonprofit organization Partners in Health .

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  10. BGF Volunteers Heading to HaitiRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 18, 2016 | WCAV

    Volunteers with the Building Goodness Foundation will be heading to Haiti this weekend to begin construction on a new school for orphans. The school will be in Hinche, which is inland, northeast of Port-au-Prince, and will allow about 200 orphans attend classes.

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  11. HaitiRead the original story

    Jan 16, 2010 | Cold Chilli

    "To announce that there must be no criticism of the President, or that we are to stand by the President, right or wrong, is not only unpatriotic and servile, but is morally treasonable to the American public." -Teddy Roosevelt I am writing with a heavy and anxious heart.

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  12. Dartmouth Stands with HaitiRead the original story

    Feb 1, 2010 | Vox of Dartmouth

    Intensive care nurse Kimberly Gagnon was one of nine Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center nurses and physicians who traveled to Haiti to provide medical care four days after a 7.0 magnitude earthquake devastated the republic, killing more than 150,000 people. "Even in the face of despair the Haitian people want to learn more so that they can do more for their people," Gagnon wrote in an email from Hinche, where she and Dartmouth's Team One treated patients at a health-care clinic affiliated with the nonprofit organization Partners in Health .

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  13. Dartmouth Stands with HaitiRead the original story

    Feb 1, 2010 | Vox of Dartmouth

    Intensive care nurse Kimberly Gagnon was one of nine Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center nurses and physicians who traveled to Haiti to provide medical care four days after a 7.0 magnitude earthquake devastated the republic, killing more than 150,000 people. "Even in the face of despair the Haitian people want to learn more so that they can do more for their people," Gagnon wrote in an email from Hinche, where she and Dartmouth's Team One treated patients at a health-care clinic affiliated with the nonprofit organization Partners in Health .

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  14. HaitiRead the original story

    Jan 16, 2010 | Cold Chilli

    "To announce that there must be no criticism of the President, or that we are to stand by the President, right or wrong, is not only unpatriotic and servile, but is morally treasonable to the American public." -Teddy Roosevelt I am writing with a heavy and anxious heart.

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  15. Dartmouth Stands with HaitiRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 1, 2010 | Vox of Dartmouth

    Intensive care nurse Kimberly Gagnon was one of nine Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center nurses and physicians who traveled to Haiti to provide medical care four days after a 7.0 magnitude earthquake devastated the republic, killing more than 150,000 people. "Even in the face of despair the Haitian people want to learn more so that they can do more for their people," Gagnon wrote in an email from Hinche, where she and Dartmouth's Team One treated patients at a health-care clinic affiliated with the nonprofit organization Partners in Health .

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  16. FAO: Haiti's cereal production decreasesRead the original story

    Jan 13, 2016 | World-Grain

    The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations estimated Haiti's 2015 cereal production at 353,000 tonnes, down 4% from the 2014 drought-reduced level and significantly below the five-year average, according to a Dec. 30 GIEWS Country Brief from the FAO. This is the result of the severe and prolonged dry weather associated with the prevailing strong El Nio.

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