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Four Year Anniversary in Haiti Prompts Memories, Questions

Sunday, January 12, 2014 marks the fourth anniversary of the devastating earthquake that hit Haiti.  In Haiti, the anniversary was marked by an understated ceremony in Léogâne– the epicenter of the 2010 quake–drawing together religious and governmental leaders for a ceremony of remembrance.  

More than 200,000 people died in the earthquake four years ago, most of Port au Prince was destroyed, and international leaders pledged $14 billion over ten years to rebuild–though that money has been slow to

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Boosting nursing in Haiti

The Wall Street Journal’s Melanie Grayce West writes a story on Carol Roye and her colleagues’ efforts to train and accredit nurses in Haiti, leading to better care and greater respect. An

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Haiti: 2 years later

Two years after the earthquake leveled much of Port-au-Prince and other parts of Haiti- many still live in tents – awaiting promised aid. rebuild the Cathedral as a center for renewal of life.

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