Tuesday, March 5, 2024


Haiti: Arresting Aristide

Attempts to arrest former President Aristide are a ticking time bomb for Haiti’s government.

Haiti: Hi-tech Haiti, Yes, Really

A new company making tablet computers suggests a different economic path for post-earthquake Haiti

Brazil: Government ignores plight of Haitian immigrants

The Federal Government is using delays and excuses to evade responsibility for the appalling conditions in migrant shelters.

Haiti: Baby Doc- to try or not to try?

The Appeals Court in Haiti has overturned an earlier ruling and decided that former ruler Jean-Claude Duvalier can stand trial for alleged crimes against humanity: but will the Martelly government accept the challenge?

Haiti: human rights activists in the line of fire

The recent killings of a leading activist and his wife are part of a worsening human rights situation in Haiti.

Haiti: No sweat

The Caracol Industrial park, intended as the flagship post-earthquake development project, has been little short of a disaster.

Haiti: Now they’re all dead

Human rights advocates are receiving frequent and credible threats of assassination from associates of ex-Dictator Jean-Cluade Duvalier.

Haiti’s fight against cholera “In deep shit?”

Haiti is the only country in the world where provision of sanitation decreased in the last decade: cholera will remain endemic for many years.

The Other Side of Paradise

Hurricane Sandy, which devastated parts of the Caribbean, is a tragic demonstration of how climate change can affect a vulnerable region.

Haiti: How to build a ghost town

In the aftermath of the 2010 earthquake, millions of dollars have been spent on ambitious rebuilding projects for the capital Port-au-Prince that appear to have come to nothing.

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