· December, 2007

Stories about Haiti from December, 2007

Haiti: Haiti Now! Film Festival

  19 December 2007

kiskeácity links to a review of the Haiti Now! Seminar, held earlier this year: “There have been some misunderstandings between anglophone West Indians and Haitians over Caricom and its role in Haiti so this kind of cultural effort for mutual understanding is worth noting.”

Haiti: The Needs of Children

  12 December 2007

“I would argue that the measurement of progress in a country is…the ability of that country to meet the needs of its children”: Haiti Innovation refers to a UNICEF report “which suggests that we have a long way to go, both for Haiti and the world as a whole.”

Haiti: A Neglected Disease

  9 December 2007

“With a population 8,000,000 that would mean approximately 320,000 people have it”: Haiti Innovation focuses on the prevalence of Lymphatic Filariasis (Elephantiasis) on the island.

Haiti: Of Policies & Procedures

  5 December 2007

“I like to think that my time in Haiti has made me a kinder, more patient Tara. As it turns out maybe that is only true in certain situations”: Livesay Haiti Weblog has a new travel policy.

Haiti: Climate Change

  3 December 2007

Haiti Innovation wonders what the meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change means for Haiti.