Haiti

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Aid in action

Aid in action

By Jamie Dean
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Haiti | In Haiti the labor is plentiful but the harvests are few. What kinds of programs work toward long-term change?

Long weekend

Long weekend

By Jamie Dean
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Haiti | Just days before Haiti's president is scheduled to leave office, election officials announce who will contend for his unenviable job

Haiti's other crisis

Haiti's other crisis

By Jamie Dean
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Haiti | In the shadow of a high-profile political circus, Haitians continue to languish

Bad medicine

Bad medicine

By Jamie Dean
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Haiti | The return of exiled dictator 'Baby Doc' Duvalier threatens more trouble for the already-volatile nation

Slow and unsteady

Slow and unsteady

By Jamie Dean
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Haiti | One year after a devastating earthquake, Haitians continue to face adversity

Haiti's next disaster

Haiti's next disaster

By Jamie Dean
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Haiti | A potential hurricane poses a grim question: How much more can this country endure?

Lessons from Haiti

Lessons from Haiti

By Jamie Dean
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Haiti | Controversy at an American-supported ministry offers a cautionary tale for Christians who want to help a devastated nation

Offering homes and hope

Offering homes and hope

By Angela Lu
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Haiti | The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod plans to build three villages for the Haitian people

Hashing out Haiti

Hashing out Haiti

By Jamie Dean
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Haiti | As the UN makes recovery plans, Haitians struggle for the basic necessities for survival

Homecoming

Homecoming

By Angela Lu
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Haiti | Missionary Patrick Lataillade, who nearly died in the quake, returned to help Haitians this week

Night crawlers

Night crawlers

By Jamie Dean
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Haiti | A new disaster threatens defenseless women and children in Haitian tent cities: rape

Hope in the darkness

Hope in the darkness

By Angela Lu
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Haiti | World Hope International offers Haitians practical assistance and spiritual guidance

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