New Internationalist

Haiti

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Haiti's Seeds in A Dark Fruit Sky

A new literary project shines a light on Haiti’s storytelling tradition.

Filed in: Haiti

A return to dictatorship or a Haitian Spring?

With increased public anger and a non-functioning government, something has to give, says Claire Fauset.

Filed in: Activism Haiti Politics

Why are Haitians still eating mud cakes?

Four years after the earthquake, Haiti remains a country in crisis. Brian Fitzpatrick and Michael Norby report.

Filed in: Haiti Violence

Disasters: no quick fix to recovery

The Philippines must learn from the mistakes made in Haiti, says Linda O’Halloran.

Filed in: Development Disasters Haiti Philippines

Haiti on camera: photojournalism or poverty porn?

Upset by images which invade people’s lives, Sokari Ekine considers the alternatives.

Filed in: Haiti Media Poverty

Haiti and the white saviour industrial complex

Sokari Ekine’s concern at Haitians’ dependence on outside help is alleviated when she meets a local doctor taking a stand.

Filed in: Haiti Health

Haiti: missing healthcare on the frontline of HIV

Despite improvements in prevention and treatment, many Haitians are still struggling to get the help they need, says Sokari Ekine.

Filed in: Haiti Health

Haiti: mistakes plus negligence equals death

Where is the urgency in helping the poor and sick, like Baby Willgesta? asks Sokari Ekine.

Filed in: Haiti Health Poverty

Haiti’s poor majority pushed to the margins

While commercial interests look to ‘seize opportunity’ in the country, Sokari Ekine has seen an increase in the level of poverty.

Filed in: Development (Aid) Haiti Poverty

This is Haiti – for better or worse

As Sokari Ekine prepares to leave the island, she reflects on her experience, and Haiti’s likely future.

Filed in: Haiti Transport

We need to talk about faeces

As part of World Water Day on 22 March 2013, Sokari Ekine writes on the clean water and sanitation crisis facing Haiti.

Filed in: Haiti Health Water

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