Haiti Earthquake

"ONI director Wilson Fièvre admitted that his institution's records were unreliable. 'Our civil registry system is defective
The politics of a changing America are on my mind right now, but ultimately this isn't and can no longer be made to be about
Seven years since Haiti was devastated by a 7.3 magnitude earthquake, poorest nation in the West still hasn't recovered.
Many people were surprised at the results of last week's election. In hindsight, the signs were there to be seen, in plain sight. Many, either because they were paying attention or being targeted, were not surprised.
In terms of loss of human life, this disaster was thankfully far less deadly than the earthquake on January 12, 2010, almost seven years ago now. But the real disaster -- chronic hunger, food insecurity, and dependency -- is yet to come.
He's using the gridiron as a platform to help those who need it the most.
The mission of the Clinton Foundation is clear. It is to "strengthen the capacity of people in the United States and throughout
Haiti is one of those places that steals your heart and then breaks it over and over again.
Lindwall and his colleagues mounted an intensive lobbying campaign among Guatemalan legislators, government officials and
Tick. Tick. Tick. The trends are frightening. 19,949 cases and 170 deaths occurred countrywide in July 2015, as opposed to
In April, in reference to the newly re-postponed presidential elections, U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon issued a warning
Vodou healer Manbo Katy is the subject of a new documentary by Broadly.
My organization, AmeriCares, began such programs in earnest five years ago in the aftermath of Japan's tsunami and nuclear
These events remind us of our vulnerability and as the story unfolds they will underscore the critical importance of preparedness, response and long-term recovery.
Unquestionably, Secretary Clinton has more foreign policy experience than Senator Sanders. And experience matters. While
Ten months a massive earthquake, Haiti was stricken with an outbreak of cholera, a deadly diarrheal disease. Though the number of cholera cases has decreased from a peak of approximately 25,000 cases per month, it is likely that thousands are still falling ill.