Monday, September 24, 2018
Haiti is the only country in the world where provision of sanitation decreased in the last decade: cholera will remain endemic for many years.
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.
Claudia Pompa describes the mission of microfinance institute, Esperanza Internacional.
Food aid is clearly working against what aid agencies are hoping to accomplish.
The author visits an inspiring reforestation project in Haiti.
The UN refuses to take responsibility for causing the cholera epidemic in Haiti, which so far has claimed 7,000 lives.
Since Michel Martelly took over as president last May, the country has been in a state of almost complete paralysis. The uncertainty increased recently, says Nick Caistor from LAB, with rumours of an imminent coup.
After a lengthy investigation, Haiti Grassroots Watch has uncovered substantial misuse of the post-earthquake housing provided by the UK charity, Tearfund.
Haitians have been doing what they can to rebuild their lives. The problem is, says Peleg Charles from OXFAM, that the far-reaching change, so loudly proclaimed by the government and the international community immediately after the disaster.
The Bolivarian Alternative of the Americas (ALBA), an organisation promoted by Venezuela for promoting closer regional trade, has been expanding in the Caribbeam. A report by Kevin Edwards of NACLA.

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