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Hazard Managment Schemes

Using Japan and Haiti as examples discuss and evaluate the effectiveness of hazard management schemes on earthquakes in developing and developed countries

Hazard management schemes are used in tectonic areas around the world, they are there to help reduce the numbers of deaths and injuries during and prior to earthquakes. 2,463 more words

Review of Pushing the Boundaries

Pushing the Boundaries by Stacey Trombley

Entangled Publishing

Release Day: January 16, 2017

A Sascha Ramble: So last night I was reading a novel for an upcoming book tour and realized that my negative notations were growing exponentially. 569 more words


yon Nouvo Lavi Pou viv Epi yon Nouvo jan Nou viv by Lherrica

Non mwen se Lherrica mwen te fèt an Ayiti nan yon ti vil Gonayiv ki  gen anpil raze bo kote mwen te viv Men chans pou mwen’ pi fò nan fanmi mwen te nan Amerik yo ede nou  pa voye lajan pou nou pwèske chak mwa. 1,030 more words

New Life to Live and New Way to Live by Lherrica

My name is Lherrica I was born in Haiti in a little village called Gonaive there’s a lot of poverty around where I lived but lucky for me most of my family was in america they help us out by sending money for us almost every month. 893 more words

Kaiama L. Glover presents Marie Chauvet’s “Dance on the Volcano”

Kaiama L. Glover will speak about the new book, Dance on the Volcano, her recently-published translation of Marie Vieux-Chauvet’s La Danse sur le volcan. 320 more words

New Books

Kayaking in Labadee

Our first port of call was Labadee, Haiti.  Labadee (or at least the area the cruise line called Labadee) is a beach/ area owned by the cruise line.   399 more words


Book Review: Sleeping Rough in Port-au-Prince: An Ethnography of Street Children and Violence in Haiti by J C Kovats-Bernat.

Whilst studying the Anthropology of Childhood as part of my masters degree in Human Rights, I had the pleasure of reading and reviewing Kovats-Bernat’s book, Sleeping Rough in Port-au-Prince: An Ethnography of Street Children and Violence in Haiti. 954 more words

Children's Human Rights