In Haiti’s capital Port-au-Prince, more than 50,000 students compete for just 6,000 places at the state university. That’s why one organization is helping secondary students prepare for the university’s tough admissions test.
Even though a majority of people speak Creole as their first language in Haiti, most schools teach in French. Now, one elementary school and a growing network of Creole advocates are working to breaking down learning barriers.
In Haiti, international adoption has been fraught with changes and challenges for decades. Now, one radio host is reconnecting people who were adopted internationally with their birth parents in Haiti.