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David Jean was abandoned and came to HaitiChildren on October 10, 1999 when he was only two years old...
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HaitiChildren is featured in the World of Children Award Child Protection Blog Carnival.
Angels of a Lower Flight
The inspiring story of how one woman's message of hope and opportunity will change the lives of an entire generation.
Because You Loved Me
Il est Spécial
"It Is Special" is the story of the experience of parents of a child with the syndrome called "partial deletion of chromosome 18.
Demons of Poverty
Ted Boers, successful American entrepreneur, has devoted himself to improving the conditions of the poor in Haiti.
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HaitiChildren Graduation Ceremony
HaitiChildren’s first ever graduating class at the John Branchizio School in Tabarre, Port-au-Prince.
The US Spent $33 Million on Haiti’s Scrapped Elections — Here is Where it Went
Haiti’s electoral council announced yesterday that new first-round presidential elections would be held in October after a commission found widespread fraud and irregularities in the previous vote. The prospect of the new vote — to be held alongside dozens of parliamentary seats still up for grabs, has raised questions about how it could be funded. The previous elections — determined to be too marred by fraud and violence to count […]
Under new rules, an American couple finally has a word for Haitian child: daughter
Story by Jacqueline Charles Dan Cruz holds 7-year-old Angelene while visiting the U.S. embassy in Port-au-Prince on Friday. He and wife Julie became the first American couple to adopt a Haitian child under the country’s new international regulations. The first time Dan and Julie Cruz met the little girl with the wide eyes and bright smile, she looked up, stretched out her arms and silently motioned to be picked up. […]
Haiti protest demands justice for 3 slain deaf women
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — Hundreds of protesters marched in Haiti’s capital on Friday to demand justice following the brutal killings of three deaf women who were tortured, stoned and left in a gully by attackers. Mickelson Jean, leader of a Haitian association for the deaf, was one of roughly 300 people who marched in Port-au-Prince to call attention to the recent slayings. The women lived in the coastal village of […]