Haiti: Behind the Myths

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Haiti: Behind the Myths

Children of Haiti

“Three and a half years later, after fifty percent of American households donated to relief efforts, the signs of success on the ground seem painfully disproportionate, and as a result, Haiti has been labeled as a ‘black hole’ for humanitarian aid.”

Join us as we debunk a few myths about development in Haiti. Read “Understanding Haiti’s Poverty: Myths, Mountains, and Solutions.”


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