As part of the government's emergency response, community kitchens like this were launched on Ile de la Tortue off the northwestern coast of Haiti. The women cook the meals and then sell them to villagers. While a welcomed effort, the women say the demand for the subsidized meals is more than they can meet.
As part of the government's emergency response, community kitchens like this were launched on Ile de la Tortue off the northwestern coast of Haiti. The women cook the meals and then sell them to villagers. While a welcomed effort, the women say the demand for the subsidized meals is more than they can meet. PATRICK FARRELL MIAMI HERALD STAFF
As part of the government's emergency response, community kitchens like this were launched on Ile de la Tortue off the northwestern coast of Haiti. The women cook the meals and then sell them to villagers. While a welcomed effort, the women say the demand for the subsidized meals is more than they can meet. PATRICK FARRELL MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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