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"Transition to What?": Special Report on Haiti's Housing and Shelter Crisis By Haiti Grassroots Watch, Published August...
100 days into Michel Martelly’s presidency: Survey reveals government’s closure of camps conflicts with durable housing...
By Cordelia Hebblethwaite, BBC News, 24 August 2011 Creole is the mother tongue in Haiti, but children do most of their schooling in...
By Tyler Shipley Published in The Bullet, August 25, 2011
Thousands of Lives Could Be Saved and Haiti’s Cholera Epidemic Managed With Greater Treatment and Prevention Efforts CEPR Paper...
By Whitney Phillips, Cronkite Borderlands Initiative Florida Center for Investigative Reporting, published on August 22, 2011
By Lauren Gilger, Cronkite Borderlands Initiative Published by Florida Center for Investigative Reporting, August 22, 2011 (go to...
By Mark Weisbrot, The Guardian(UK), August 22, 2011 At a sprawling internally displaced persons (IDP) camp of battered tents and tarps...
by Martin Enserink, Science, 23 August, 2011 A new study has yielded the most solid evidence yet that U.N. peace-keeping forces from...
4 août 2011 Introduction Trois Canadiens ont mené une mission d’enquête et de solidarité de dix jours...
By Todd Gordon,  Toronto Star Opinion Page, August 16, 2011 On Friday Aug. 12, Stephen Harper became the first foreign leader to...
Still without a government, pop star-turned President Michel Martelly is having a hard time meeting expectations in his first months in...
Haiti’s new president A bitter baptism for “Sweet Micky” Political deadlock may trigger unrest on the streets and...
August 13, 2011 Prime Minister Stephen Harper made a one-day stop in Honduras yesterday, the fifth of five Latin American countries he...
Haiti, stuck in the mud Editorial, Washington Post, August 14, 2011
By Jeb Sprague Published in Haiti Liberte, August 10 - 16, 2011,  Vol. 5, No. 4   http://www.haiti-liberte.com/...