Fox NewsHaiti aims to revive military as end of UN mission loomsFox NewsAs U.N. military peacekeepers prepare for a full exit from this Caribbean nation, this small engineering corps is the first wave of Haiti's efforts to try and revive a military force some 22 years after a national army was disbanded. While Haiti is a ...and more »
BBC NewsHaiti to rebuild quake-damaged National PalaceBBC NewsHaiti's President Jovenel Moise has launched a project to rebuild the presidential palace, destroyed by a devastating earthquake in 2010. "For many, the post-earthquake reconstruction has not begun as long as the National Palace has not been rebuilt ...Haiti to Rebuild National Palace Smashed in 2010 EarthquakeU.S. News & World
TimesLedgerHelping Haiti though artTimesLedgerThe relief organization begun by Queens resident and painter Patricia Brintle started working in Haiti's southern department of Grand Anse after the 2010 earthquake, and its efforts expanded after Hurricane Matthew damaged many more buildings in 2016.
NewsweekSurvivors of Haiti's Sexual Violence Crisis Are Finally Making ...NewsweekSince the 2010 earthquake, Haiti has suffered from an epidemic of sexual violence—but more and more women are sharing their stories.and more »
UN mission in Haiti to be replaced in OctoberIHS Jane's 360The UN Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) will gradually cease operations over the next six months and be replaced by a smaller successor mission, the UN Mission for Justice Support in Haiti (MINUJUSTH), the United Nations has announced.
Independent OnlineUN peacekeepers are leaving after more than two decades, but where does that leave Haiti?Los Angeles TimesThe decision to pull out the military component of the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti, commonly known by the French acronym MINUSTAH, recognizes the progress that the Caribbean nation has made toward stabilization, including last year's ...Sex abuse sc
USA TODAYJetBlue to add a fourth route to HaitiUSA TODAYJetBlue's continues to expand its footprint in the Caribbean, this time with new route to Haiti. The carrier revealed plans to add non-stop service from its Orlando focus city to Haiti's capital of Port-au-Prince. JetBlue says the route would launch in ...
SUNY Cortland NewsProfessor, Student Reflect on Spring Break Trip to HaitiSUNY Cortland NewsIt's not unusual for college students to spend spring break in the Caribbean. Unless, that is, the country they're visiting is Haiti. Haiti, the poorest nation in the Western Hemisphere, is a magnet for devastating natural disasters and is plagued by ...
ReliefwebHaiti: UN inaugurates water supply system in Lascahobas as part of anti-cholera fightReliefwebSituated in a mountainous region of Haiti's Central Plateau, a few hundred kilometres from the capital Port-au-Prince, the two communities – up to just a few weeks ago – were among the 42 per cent of the country's population still without access to ...and more »