Conversations with the Living: The Haitian AIDS Crisis

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Bad Storms on the Horizon

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Typically the rainy season is cause for caution in Haiti, as its’ frail infrastructure has provided little relief in the past against Mother Nature’s fury. For the over 200, 000 Haitians living in makeshift camps scattered throughout Port Au Prince and the hundreds of thousands of displaced citizens in the outlying regions, this seasonal rite of passage has taken an ominous tone. The building of new weather-proof camp sites and relocation of those in camp sites at risk is key.  The UN and Haitian government are hard at work to place initiatives in place that can stave off yet another natural disaster this year in Haiti.

Bad Storms on the Horizon

Gede Greg C.

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