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  • Haiti receives a key school feeding donation
    Canada's donation pivotal for Haiti
    Haiti has made a national school lunch program a top priority for fighting hunger. Canada is helping along the way.A donation from Canada to the UN World Food Progamme (WFP) will help provide meals to 485,000 Haitian children this school year. WFP...
  • Jean Beausejour
    Sampaoli calls up eight from domestic tournament for Haiti match
    Jorge Sampaoli added eight names to the national team side that will be playing in San Francisco as well as Ft. Lauderdale during the next FIFA international date in September. The Argentine-born national team coach already selected 17 foreign...
  • Edeyo Gives Hope Ball
    Stephen Baldwin Is A Usual Suspect And Unusual Host
    Stephen Baldwin hosts a Unik event.Over 200 supporters of the Edeyo Foundation recently came out for the 3rd annual Edeyo Gives Hope Ball at the historic Liberty Theater in NYC. And who better to host than Hollywood’s most zestful zealot,...
  • Mormon youth send shoes to Haiti
    Mormon youth send 3,000 pairs of shoes to Haiti
    SPRING TEXAS – It’s not all that unusual for a youth conference to include some kind of service activity. But completing three different major projects in two days?That is exactly what about 170 Houston North Stake young men and women...
  • Haitian children
    Cholera in the Americas: A decreasing trend being seen
    Several months after the catastrophic 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck the Caribbean country of Haiti on Jan.12, 2014, a huge, tragic, ongoing cholera outbreak hit the country sickening more than 700,000 people to date.However,yesterday, June 27,...
  • Female Aedes aegypti mosquito as she was in the process of acquiring a blood meal from its human host
    Dominican Republic accounts for 47 percent of chikungunya cases in the Caribbean
    Despite the fact that the Dominican Republic didn't experience its firstautochthonous, or locally acquired chikungunya cases until early April 2014, four months after the initial cases were reported in the Western Hemisphere on the island of...
  • David Nelson of the New York Jets
    Jets player quarantined with illness caught in Haiti
    A June 6 story in the New York Post revealed why wide receiver David Nelson missed his first week of voluntary practices with the team. After suffering a mosquito bite while on a humanitarian mission to Haiti, he became ill with a high fever and...
  • UCLA crowdfunding campaign to promote healthcare in Haiti
    UCLA crowdfunding campaign to promote healthcare in Haiti
    Despite the current problems regarding healthcare delivery in the United States, we enjoy a high level of healthcare encompassing virtually all medical specialties. Many nations around the globe have a far more primitive level of healthcare. One...
  • Justin Dargin
    Renewable energy gaining hope in developing nations
    “Haiti will not change by itself. Haiti will change with people that care.” This statement was made on September 19, 2013, at the opening of new classrooms and a computer lab thanks to philanthropic efforts which provided solar...
  • Owners of Cafe Kreyol
    Cafe Kreyol serves Hope for people of Haiti
    On Tuesday Jan 12th 2010 Haiti was hit with a massive earthquake measuring 7.0 that devastated communities and left hundreds of thousands dead, many homeless and a country in ruins. Many thought the people of Haiti would never recover again. Since...
  • WFP food for education in Haiti
    Haiti losing key funding for school meals
    The UN World Food Programme (WFP) said today that it’s losing funding for its school meals program in Haiti. WFP is the leading organization fighting hunger in Haiti and almost 70 other countries.A key source of WFP funding in Haiti, the U.S...
  • Baby Charli gets prosthetic limbs, takes first steps
    Baby Charli gets prosthetic limbs, takes first steps
    An 18-month-old boy from Haiti known as "Baby Charli" recently took his first steps on his new prosthetic limbs. The young boy was born without fully developed limbs and while most kids might not be so lucky, Baby Charli got the chance...
  • Pilates on the beaches of Haiti
    Pilates for a Humanitarian Cause?
    I’m starting a movement Movement.Why? Because I believe that moving our body is a catalyst to creating amazingchange in our mind, our body, our community and beyond.Here’s my philosophy on working out:It’s about more than just...
  • Out around the world:  Gay rights office attacked in Haiti
    Out around the world: Gay rights office attacked in Haiti
    A gay rights office has been attacked in Haiti reports the Associated Press on November 27. According to Amnesty International, men carrying handguns and machetes raided the office, ransacked it and beat two of its members.Life for the LGBT...
  • The Karibe Hotel in Port-au-Prince, Haiti is a favorite
    The Karibe Hotel in Port-au-Prince, Haiti is a favorite
    The Karibe Hotel in Juvenat, a quiet neighborhood close to Port-au-Prince and Petion-Ville, Haiti is a well-established favorite. The recently remodeled and upgraded property boasts a garden-like setting with green spaces and gardens. The pool is...