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By Roger Annis and Kevin Edmonds First published in the August 23, 2012 edition of the weekly Haiti Liberté. PDF attached. The…
By Roger Annis and Kevin Edmonds First published in the August 23, 2012 edition of the weekly Haiti Liberté. PDF attached. The…

Remember Haiti? Its people are still exposed to storm dangers Isaac could have been worse, but more than 350,000 Haitians left homeless…

Par Camille Chalmers, le 2 août 2012 L'article ci-joint est une version abrégée. Le texte au complet se trouve ici : http://www.…

Published on Institute for Public Accuracy (IPA), Aug 27, 2012 http://www.accuracy.org/?post_type=news-release&p=29552&preview=…
By Yves Pierre-Louis, published in Haiti Liberté (weekly), Aug 29, 2012 Following the passage of Tropical Storm Isaac through Haiti from…
By Emily Tourtman, Huffington Post, August 24, 2010 PORT-AU-PRINCE-- Amy Ross navigates the filthy, feces-strewn backstreets here in…
Support the international campaign for housing in Haiti: ‘Under Tents’ On July 4, 2012, Haitian grassroots organizations and…

Editorial, New York Times, August 23, 2012 The tropical storm bearing down this week on Haiti threatens to add more layers of misery in…

By Keane Bhatt, published on the writer's blog on NACLA, August 20, 2012 In a July 29th speech at a fundraiser in Jerusalem,…

Support the international campaign for housing in Haiti: ‘Under Tents’ On July 4, 2012, Haitian grassroots organizations and…

Video report, August 2012: Haiti Grassroots Watch has produced an 11-minute video on the gold exploration activities taking place in…

In one of Haitian capital’s roughest neighborhoods, a pretty good second chance By David Brown, Washington Post, August 18, 2012 In…
Riches beckon from beneath Haiti’s hills, and mining companies are hoping to lock in huge tax breaks to get at them. By Jacob Kushner,…
By Deborah Sontag, New York Times, page one, August 16, 2012 PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti - Since the earthquake of Jan. 12, 2010, a scrappy…

Donor fatigue hampers Haiti’s recovery Editorial, Toronto Star, published on Monday, August 13, 2012 International donors pledged…

Haiti’s $500 question: Canada offers rent subsidy to Haiti’s homeless By Catherine Porter, Toronto Star Columnist Published in the…

August 13, 2012--In the article enclosed below, the Toronto Star's Catherine Porter reports on the housing relocation schemes in Haiti…

By Ryan Sawatzky, August 12, 2012 Original published here: http://sopudep.org/story/251 In January of 2011, I flew Rea Dol, Director of…

July 26, 2012--Kim Ives, journalist and co-founder of the international weekly newspaper Haiti Liberté, explains the current political…

President Martelly wants to attract investors to build hotels and resorts, with an estimated 2,250 hotel rooms completed by 2013. It's a…
Canadian Ambassador satisfied with Martelly government's performance By Roger Annis, published in the Aug 9, 2012 edition of the Haitian…

Editorial, Toronto Star, Aug 3, 2012 When people in a Northern Ontario community were living in tents and overcrowded shacks without…

By Roger Annis This article was first published on the Haiti blog of the Canada Haiti Action Network on Rabble.ca, Aug 6, 2012.  …
By CHIP website editors, August 5, 2012 Can Haiti's families and private sector build the 500,000 houses that the government says the…

By Catherine Porter, Toronto Star (print edition), Saturday, July 28, 2012 PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI—Some mysteries are like religion.…
Haiti’s post-earthquake disaster is setting powerful social forces in motion towards change Tectonic Shifts: Haiti After the Earthquake…

By Kim Ives, Haiti Liberté, August 1, 2012 Haiti’s foremost human rights law office, the International Lawyers Bureau (BAI), has…
Police kill unarmed peasants in another controversial eviction By Kim Ives, Haiti Liberté, August 1, 2012 Haitian police have killed…

By José A. de la Osa, Granma (English weekly edition), July 19, 2012   This July, 11,000 students are to receive their degrees as…