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16-35 Segment 2: The Haitian Cholera Coverup

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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

The Clinton Family Laundry cleans out Haiti (Saturbray) — hocuspocus13

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Numbers 11:16-30 (Part 3) - A Prayer Meeting in Jacmel, Haiti Put Things in Perspective

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Moses Choses Seventy Leaders

I may have spoken about this before, but it was a profound moment in my life that I will not soon forget. 1,956 more words

If Necessary Use Words

“Preach the gospel at all times and if necessary use words.” St. Francis of Assisi

My first trip to Haiti I was young and the entire idea of a mission trip was glamorous to me, it was noble. 800 more words

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