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1 hr ago | Manitoulin Expositor
The Gore Bay Rotary Club will be holding a fundraising dinner to raise funds to feed children who are living in poverty in Bas Limbe, Haiti.
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2 hrs ago | The Peninsula
Washington: The Chairman of Qatar Fund for the Reconstruction of Haiti Mohammed bin Abdullah Al Rumaihi has signed an agreement with Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation to finance the reconstruction of the University of Haiti for Science and Engineering in the city of Port-au-Prince, which includes the faculties of engineering, physics, ... (more)
6 hrs ago | The Globe and Mail
Dany LaferriA re, a sharp-witted novelist who settled in Montreal to escape violence in his native Haiti, has become the first Canadian to earn one of the French-speaking world's most prestigious honours, membership in the AcadA©mie franA aise.
10 hrs ago | The Miami Herald
"But I felt uplifted and happy in the space. I was trying to account for it. I looked around and saw paintings, seascapes, landscapes, people working in the fields.
PRINCE, Haiti -- Around 60 families have been forcibly evicted from their homes in an informal settlement in the area of Titanyen on the outskirts of Port-au-Prince, the capital of Haiti.
PETIT GOAVE, Haiti, February 1 - This was the day that Jacqueline and her neighbours in a ramshackle settlement for victims of last year's devastating earthquake were going to be born again.
Beatrice Massier and Esther Julnide both received new right hips in surgeries performed last week at Premier Surgical Institute in Galena, Kan.
For these Haitian women, it would be one of the first times they would walk without a limp and without pain.
On the morning of 7 December, a justice of peace from the municipality of Croix-des-Bouquets accompanied by 17 police officers and a group of men armed with machetes and sticks forcibly evicted around 60 families from an informal settlement in Titanyen on the outskirts of Port-au-Prince.
From left, Fior Petithomme, 9, Flore Auguste and Oriana Petty, 5, will get assistance from the Salvation Army this Christmas.
The U.S. Agency for International Development will shift from building houses to financing them for people displaced by the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, the agency's chief for the Caribbean nation said Monday.
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ValA©ry Moise, a Haitian physician and activist, reflects upon the dire situation of street children [fr] in Port-au-Prince : Moi, quand je regarde un enfant des rues briser une vitre, je vois une promesse A©lectorale non tenue, quand je regarde un enfant sans idA©al, je vois un gouvernement sans vision, quand je regarde un enfant ... (more)
In celebration of 25 years serving the profession, the American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine asked its 5,000 members to nominate who they think are the leaders - or Visionaries - in the field.