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As crisis consumes Haiti, migrants face economic difficulties in America
Migrants fleeing Haiti for greener economic pastures in the U.S. often face difficulties finding employment and adequate housing.
The hidden junk economy on the Miami River
Despite its lack of order, it works.
Canada's immigration system has created a labor shortage
Haitians, whose temporary protected status is ending in the U.S., are helping to solve the problem.
Haitians with TPS help fuel Haiti's economy, one wire transfer at a time
Their protected status ends in 2019. If they have to leave the U.S., how might that affect Haiti’s economy?
British regulators scrutinize Oxfam after Haiti misconduct
An inquiry is being conducted after allegations that the aid group Oxfam covered up a sex scandal involving some of its senior staff. There’s money on the line to be lost, but also the worrying matter for any charitable organization of lost public trust. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.
Tens of thousands of Haitians and others face losing their temporary legal status
The Trump administration is ending Temporary Protected Status for Haitians, Nicaraguans and maybe other groups.
For many Haitians, street dispensaries are the only source of medicine
What’s a street dispensary? It’s “a sort of chemical Babel Tower,” according to Arnaud Robert, who reported on these Haitian pharmacies for the June 2017 issue of National Geographic. But the street vendors are not pharmacists, and their wares are not regulated. This illegal, ubiquitous medical practice can have serious consequences for the health of many […]
Haiti’s complicated history with foreign aid
After Hurricane Matthew, how might aid be administered in Haiti?
The growing cost of Hurricane Matthew in Haiti
Haitians and foreign aid groups may have to pay for the hurricane's damage for years to come.
Haiti's infrastructure especially vulnerable as hurricane hits
The country is still trying to recover from an earthquake in 2010.