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Date registered: 5 February 2011

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  1. Florida university opens TB lab in Haiti — 23 April 2014
  2. World's largest solar-powered hospital gives Haiti hope — 23 April 2014
  3. Canadian visits to Haiti on rise as country continues tourism push — 21 April 2014
  4. Audit finds U.S. housing aid program in Haiti falls short — 20 April 2014
  5. Haiti condemns threats against rights activists — 17 April 2014

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Apr 03

Haiti PM shakes up Cabinet for 3rd time in 2 years

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — Haiti’s prime minister used Twitter on Wednesday to announce he was replacing about half of the 22-member Cabinet, marking the third major government shake-up in less than two years.

Apr 02

Haiti: UN seeks efforts to tackle cholera

New York, Apr 2 : The United Nations official tasked with coordinating the response to the cholera epidemic in Haiti says the country is not receiving the international attention it deserves, and is calling on the donor community to scale up support to combat the disease.

Mar 31

Haiti Welcomes Vietnam PM In Effort To Strengthen Cooperation

PORT-AU-PRINCE (HAITI), March 31 (BERNAMA-NNN-HCNN) — Haiti’s president and chief of government welcomed Vietnam’s prime minister Nguyen Tan Dung who was on a one-day official visit to the Caribbean country on Friday, as both nations move to strengthen cooperation ties in different areas.

Mar 30

Thousands march against gov't in Haiti

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — Several thousand people demonstrated in Haiti’s capital on Saturday to call for the resignation of President Michel Martelly.

Mar 28

Drought in Haiti ravages crops for farmers

BOMBARDOPOLIS, Haiti (AP) — Jean-Romain Beltinor plunged a hoe into the rocky dirt on his parched hillside to prepare for planting seeds he does not have.

Mar 25

UN: Haiti has more cholera than any other nation

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — Haiti’s cholera outbreak is still the worst in the world, the top U.N. envoy there said Monday.

Mar 24

Haiti's Fate Is Decided In Washington: How International Organizations Are Carrying The Poorest Nation In The Americas

Four years after a devastating earthquake that wrecked the country in early 2010 and killed up to as many as 160,000 people, Haiti still bears scars. With a failing government and a damaged economy, the impoverished Caribbean nation has increasingly depended upon its wealthy and powerful neighbor to the north, the United States.

Mar 23

Why Cholera Persists In Haiti Despite An Abundance Of Aid

The deadly bacteria continue to sicken and kill people in Haiti. And the epidemic won’t stop until the country provides basic sanitation. Many Haitians still don’t even have latrines.

Mar 21

UN agency in Haiti distributes food amid drought

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — Aid workers in Haiti have begun distributing food to help some of the Caribbean nation’s poorest people cope with a severe drought, an official with a United Nations agency said Thursday.

Mar 20

Official: Haiti drought causes 'extreme emergency'

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — A drought is causing an extreme emergency in northeast Haiti, wiping out sorely needed crops and livestock, an official said Tuesday.

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