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Dr. Steve Sider: Fanning the Flames of Education in Haiti.(Full Interview)

“A strong public education system is an equalizing force… Education is fundamental for society.”

– Dr. Steve Sider

Dr. Steve Sider is an associate professor of education at Laurier University and a co-ordinator for Laurier’s Summer Institute for education in Cap-Haitian, Haiti. 95 more words

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Haiti Fundraiser Pt. 2

The craft fair fundraiser happened last weekend and went off without a hitch!  I’m glad I was able to participate in something that was both successful and helpful. 442 more words

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16-35 Segment 2: The Haitian Cholera Coverup

http://media.blubrry.com/radiohealthjournal/mediatracks.com/shows/RHJ_2016/RHJ_16-35B.mp3

Synopsis: Haiti was struck by a devastating cholera epidemic a few months after a disastrous earthquake hit. Eventually the UN and its peacekeeping groups were blamed for causing the outbreak, making a bad situation much worse. 1,420 more words

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First Impressions

It’s Saturday night, and I’ve been here in Haiti for about 50 hours.  I’m sitting on the screened-in porch of my bungalow, listening to the ocean crash against the shore as a storm rolls in and watching geckos prowl my porch eating flies against the lightning backdrop.   575 more words

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A Month Living in Haiti.

Happy in Haiti! Loving the sunset at Boucanier Beach!  Photo Credit: Denise Arrigo

What a difference a year makes when it comes to visiting a foreign country and learning how to do things on your own.   902 more words