Haiti

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Stress management

Stress management

By Jamie Dean
Posted

Haiti | Helping Haitians recover takes zeal-with wisdom

Crossing lines

Crossing lines

By Jamie Dean
Posted

Haiti | Failing to heed sound advice, 10 Americans now find themselves facing kidnapping charges in Haiti

Despair and salvation

Despair and salvation

By Jamie Dean
Posted

Haiti | While the UN grapples with unruly crowds, The Salvation Army peacefully distributes food

Chaotic aid

Chaotic aid

By Jamie Dean
Posted

Haiti | Relief groups attempt to help Haitians despite murky rules, government interference, and the lack of a cohesive plan

Finding home

Finding home

By Jamie Dean
Posted

Haiti | Now that the Haitian government has called off search-and-rescue efforts, attention turns to providing shelter for survivors

The new normal

The new normal

By Jamie Dean
Posted

Haiti | As life and death continue their morbid mingling, relief groups forge ahead to help

Leaving Port

Leaving Port

By Jamie Dean
Posted

Haiti | Beyond the capital city are rural communities equally devastated by the quake and in need of help

Crying for help

Crying for help

By Jamie Dean
Posted

Haiti | Hard-pressed Haitians seek assistance as aid groups face logistical challenges

Disaster upon disaster

Disaster upon disaster

By Sarah Kiewel and Priscilla Santos
Posted

Haiti | Geography plus poverty makes for persistent hardship across much of Haiti, the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere

Not enough dough

Not enough dough

By Mark Bergin
Posted

Haiti | A lack of crops for subsistence and investment for the economy leaves Haitians brutally vulnerable to global food trends

Mob mandate

Mob mandate

By John Dawson
Posted

Haiti | Evidence of election fraud sets off violent pro-Preval protests in Port-au-Prince, but protesters turn jubilant with surprise victory

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