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Sandy’s aftermath could spike cholera in Haiti

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti, Wednesday October 31, 2012 – As if the mud, misery, loss of life and homelessness in Hurricane Sandy’s wake weren’t bad enough, the worst may yet be to come for disaster-ravaged Haiti. Massive crop damage throughout the southern third of the country, as well as the likelihood of a spike in cases of cholera and other water-borne diseases, could mean that the impoverished country will experience the deadliest effects of the storm’s havoc in the days and weeks ahead. Read More »

Haiti’s First Lady, Sophia Martelly, visits IBESR

The First Lady of Haiti, Sophia Martelly, paid yesterday Tuesday a courtesy visit at the Institute of Social Welfare and Research (IBESR), as part of its involvement in the struggle for the protection and development of children in Haiti. The IBESR ensures the smooth running of nurseries and orphanages (760 surveyed across the country), the pre-marital activities and the strengthening of families. More »


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