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Haitian Protestors Say Government Left Promises Unfulfilled

Region: Haiti

Topics: Human RightsPolitics

Protestors in Haiti continue to demand a government overhaul, expressing anger with the country’s inability to deliver on promises of new infrastructure, education, and healthcare projects. But for many Haitians, the protests present yet another obstacle in their already challenging daily routines.

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Lack of Electricity Hurts Education, Entrepreneurship in Haiti

Region: AmericasHaiti

Topics: BusinessPolitics

Government workers cite poverty and politics among the barriers to improve electricity distribution.

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Lack of Doctors and Basic Resources Plagues Haiti’s Public Health System

Region: AmericasHaiti

Topics: HealthPolitics

The only state hospital in the Grand'Anse department serves a population of more than 430,000, but there are just two doctors on its permanent staff.

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Children Gain Education but Still Drop Out of Haiti’s Free School Program

Region: AmericasHaiti

Topics: EducationPolitics

Haiti has one of the lowest school enrollment rates in the world.

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Advocates Say Culture of Gender-Based Abuse Hinders Haiti’s Development

Region: Haiti

Topics: Human RightsPolitics

The chance for higher education, a job with a fair wage or respect in the home is not guaranteed for women in Haiti.

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Young Artists Organize Children’s Rights Days in Haiti, Focus on Child Slavery

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