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Stitching Haiti Back Together

Before he can teach them a skill, he has to teach them how to work. Patrice Gaetan is Program Manager at the Haitian Apparel Center, where hundreds of unemployed Haitians are learning how to sew. It’s a 5 week course. The first week is dedicated to instilling a good work ethic. [/caption] “Some of them have never had a job before. We have to teach them what it means to show up for work, what it means to ... read more

Kathleen Foster

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January 12, 2011

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January 12, 2011 3:39 PM

Haiti A Year Later: Economic Orphans

Thousands of children roamed the streets searching for their parents in the days and weeks after Haiti’s earthquake. Many of them were picked up and dropped off at orphanages. But that doesn’t mean they’re available for adoption. Ashley’s father survived. Madame Raymonde tracked him down. His father visits, but says he can’t afford to take care of ... read more



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Kathleen Foster

January 12, 2011 10:05 AM

Haiti One Year Later: A Mother’s Grief

We found her lying on a dirty mattress in between two piles of rubble in what used to be a bakery. For Lila Fanfan, January 12th is not just the day a devastating earthquake hit Haiti. It is also the day she lost all four of her children, all at once. 16 year old Christela. Gone. 11 year old Jimiclift. Gone 9 year old Anderson. Gone. 4 year old Mardoche. ... read more



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Kathleen Foster

January 12, 2011 8:50 AM

Haiti Mass Graves One Year Later

Two Haitian teenagers wearing surgical masks led us up a winding dirt road on the outskirts of Port-au-Prince to a freshly dug mass grave. “I come here every day and I think smell, it’s no good for me. It can affect my brain,” he tells us. Due to fears like this, the Haitian government tries to keep the location of mass graves for Cholera secret. Once ... read more



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Greg Burke

January 12, 2011 6:25 AM

Haiti Quake: The Pope’s Man In Port-au-Prince

One of the interesting things about meeting diplomats through work is that they end up in some interesting places. So when the quake struck in Haiti a year ago, I immediately remembered that I had known in Rome Archbishop Bernard Auza, a Filipino in the Vatican’s diplomatic corps who had become the nuncio (or ambassador) in Port-au-Prince. I recently caught up with ... read more



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Kathleen Foster

January 11, 2011 9:25 AM

Haiti 1 Year Later: Tracking Donor Dollars

The night of January 12th, 2010 suddenly homeless  people in Port-au-Prince started pitching tents on any open parcel of land. Mainly, they used bedsheets for shelter…  fabric flowers and cartoon characters covered the heads of more than a million people sleeping outdoors. Haiti’s overcrowded, filthy - and now Cholera contaminated - tent cities were born that ... read more



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Kathleen Foster

January 10, 2011 10:33 AM

Haiti One Year Later: The Cholera Crisis

When it struck, it struck hard and fast… rattling surprised Haitians. “They called it a supernatural disease,” Carolyn Weinrobe, an epidemiologist at Albert Schweitzer Hospital in Des Chappelles, Haiti, explains, “People died so quickly. They immediately became so dehydrated that within 12 hours they could be dead.” Margaret Aguirre from the ... read more



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Adam Housley

December 30, 2010 7:28 PM

Photos of the Year 2010

For nine years sitting in the front row of history, I have been blessed to see and report on some amazing stories around the globe for Fox News, but 2010 could top them all when you consider all that has come, gone and in the case of ... read more



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Elizabeth Prann

September 21, 2010 11:52 AM

Mississippi Fish Fight Malaria in Haiti

After Haiti was rocked by an earthquake that killed more than 230,000 people, millions donated food, water and supplies to the country. One group sent marine life. About 2,000 tiny ... read more



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Kathleen Foster

April 20, 2010 9:22 AM

Haitian Orphans: Where Are They Now?

Armstrong's face lit up when he saw me. My heart melted as he lunged forward, wrapping his little arms and legs around me. "He must remember you," Armstrong's adoptive father, Scott Dice, said as I held the one year-old.  Armstrong and I hadn't seen one another since January, when the baby boy was living in the back of a box truck at an earthquake-damaged orphanage, Le ... read more



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Jonathan Serrie

February 10, 2010 9:32 AM

Small Charities Help Haiti’s Isolated Areas

[/caption] A scrappy network of individuals, small charities and private pilots is getting humanitarian supplies into some of the most isolated parts of Haiti. "There is a community that is hungry and can not wait for red tape involved with making things happen," said Rose Emily Bermudez, executive director of Childspring International, a faith-based medical charity. ... read more