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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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U.S., EU criticize Haiti presidential elections rerun

While the European Union protested Haiti’s decision to rerun its contested presidential elections by pulling its observers, the Organization of American States says it remains committed to the electoral process. The U.S. State Department also joined the criticism.

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Haiti awaits elections-council decision

As Haitians wait to see if the country’s revamped elections body will annul last year’s disputed presidential vote, opposition candidate Jude Célestin broke his silence and called for the electoral law on fraud to be applied.

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Some say Haiti vote verification doesn’t go far enough

In the days after Haiti’s newly installed parliament took office, everyone from politicians to foreign diplomats lamented that there wasn’t one female elected among the 116 lawmakers. Now, a special verification commission charged with auditing last year’s disputed legislative and presidential elections say there was at least one woman.

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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.
Jacqueline Charles jcharles@miamiherald.com
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

Former Haitian president speaks at Miami Dade College event 1:18

Former Haitian president speaks at Miami Dade College event

Kenneth Merten talks Haiti elections 1:24

Kenneth Merten talks Haiti elections