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Diaspora Marketplace gives Haitians living abroad opportunity to invest in Haiti’s future

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By Jennifer Browning The United States Agency for International Development [USAID] is partnering with Fondation Sogebank, a philanthropic institution of Haiti's largest commercial bank, to establish the Haitian Diaspora Marketplace. A two-year pilot program, the Haitian Diaspora Marketplace is designed to encourage Haitians living abroad to contribute...

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Prenatal care on the road in Haiti

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[caption id="attachment_801" align="aligncenter" width="499" caption="During a prenatal exam in Savanne Perdu, Dr. Tisha Titus and a Morehouse Medical student uses a portable fetal doppler to allow their patient to hear her baby's heartbeat. Photo by Jennifer Browning."][/caption] By Tisha Titus, MD, MPH After several hours of rapid...

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New U.S. ambassador in Haiti

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By Jennifer Browning Haiti is no stranger to Kenneth H. Merten, the new U.S ambassador to Haiti. Merten worked in the small Caribbean country twice before taking over the diplomatic mission. For his first tour in Haiti Merten worked as  the economic section chief. After working as...

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Clinton reflects on first trip to Haiti as UN Special Envoy

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[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CyM4TsjwRDY&hl=en&fs=1&] By Jennifer Browning Former U.S. President Bill Clinton visited Haiti early July. It was his first visit to the Caribbean country since being appointed UN Special Envoy to Haiti. View the above video that was originally posted on the UN Dispatch site. Project Medishare’s Country Director Marie...

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