Haiti

Marketing and media maven Karen Civil traveled to Haiti over the weekend to open the doors of the Live Civil Computer Lab at the House of Hope Orphanage in Titanyen.

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The United Nations, which made cholera endemic to Haiti after its peacekeeping forces introduced the disease to the country in 2010, now has a plan to pay individual Haitians or communities $400 million from a proposed fund. The organization continues to deny legal responsibility for the outbreak.

Residents and tourists on Thursday were ordered to evacuate the coastal areas of southeast Florida and South Carolina as Hurricane Matthew surged toward the U.S. after battering the Bahamas, Haiti, and other parts of the Caribbean, reports USA Today. The storm on Wednesday hammered the Bahamas and whipped toward Florida after “killing at least 21 people in Haiti and […]

You would think that by now people, especially those in the media, would understand that off-the-cuff comments about other races, nationalities, regions, etc. can easily be taken as offensive. That is the very hard lesson that one meteorologist had to learn yesterday when she attempted to report of the impending Hurricane Matthew, but somehow managed […]

PETIT-GOAVE, Haiti (AP) — Hurricane Matthew slammed into Haiti’s southwestern tip with howling 145 mph winds Tuesday, knocking down trees and tearing off roofs in the poor and largely rural area, while inundating neighborhoods in floodwaters and mud. By nightfall, at least 11 deaths had been blamed on the powerful storm during its week-long march […]

The weather woman was reporting on Hurricane Matthew on Monday when she suddenly decided to educate the public about Haitian agriculture.

Former botanist Max Gesner Beauvoir, a leader of the Haitian religion popularly known as Vodou, has died.