Haiti

Haiti

U. S. to Haiti: Pay for your own elections

After shelling out $33 million last year for Haiti’s disputed legislative and presidential elections, the U.S. government informs Haiti it is suspending elections aid for the upcoming ballot. That’s O.K., the country responds.

Haiti

Forget Zika, Haiti has bigger problems — a doctors’ strike

More than three months after medical residents went on strike following a physical altercation with the administrator of Haiti’s largest public hospital, the facility remains closed along with several others around the country. The strike is overwhelming medical organizations such as Doctors Without Borders and Boston-based Partners In Health.

Haiti

How one woman is bringing hygiene to Haiti

Myrtha Vilbon, the owner of Glory Industries, shows off her toilet paper company in Haiti. She’ll be among four Haitian entrepreneurs attending the Global Entrepreneurship Summit at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California, with President Barack Obama.

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Videos

The rebuilding of a quake-ravaged Haitian slum

Haiti's volatile Fort National slum is getting a long overdue makeover.
Jacqueline Charles jcharles@miamiherald.com
The rebuilding of a quake-ravaged Haitian slum 4:15

The rebuilding of a quake-ravaged Haitian slum

U.S. banks pullout in the Caribbean creating financial shock waves 2:44

U.S. banks pullout in the Caribbean creating financial shock waves

How one woman is bringing hygiene to Haiti 4:03

How one woman is bringing hygiene to Haiti

Interview with Michel Joseph Martelly, former president of Haiti 4:39

Interview with Michel Joseph Martelly, former president of Haiti