Venturing to sea in tiny boats powered only by sails, fishermen in a remote village on Haiti's western shore struggled for generations through stormy seas and windless days to earn their keep. Now, outfitted with shiny new fiberglass boats, small outboard motors and sparkling new coolers provided by Food for the Poor, a South Florida charity, they have turned around their village's economy.
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