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Haiti Headlines: Parliament Rejects Prez’ Choice for PM, Martelly Celebrates Haiti Health Week by Going to US for a Check-up, and UN Says Don’t Forcibly Repatriate Haitians

June 21, 2011


Haitian president’s pick for prime minister rejected Martelly’s first, big political defeat.  Given that both Bill and Hillary Clinton are Martelly’s new, best friends, I imagine they will try to find a way to dissolve Parliament. Martelly Launches Health Week in Haiti, Travels to U.S. for Routine Check-up Martelly could have stayed in Haiti and […]

HAITI: The Rains and the Rapes – Appropriate Housing Critical to Combat Both

May 5, 2010


The Urgency of Housing in Haiti: First Priority in Addressing Widespread Rape (Part I) Beverly Bell Associate fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies Posted: May 4, 2010 02:03 PM   The 7.3 earthquake which struck Haiti on January 12 was only the start of Haiti’s most recent catastrophe. It has been followed by an […]