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Haiti: Preventable Suffering

Categories: Caribbean, Haiti, Digital Activism, Economics & Business, Governance, Health, Human Rights, Humanitarian Response, Ideas, Politics

“The earthquake did not kill people. Bad buildings killed people. Lack of medical care killed people. Lack of infrastructure killed people. Lack of caring government officials kill[s] people”: Dying in Haiti [1] is convinced that “most Haitian suffering is not necessary and is preventable in the first place.”