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    1. Jean-François Seide went from sleeping on the streets to heading to Oxford Jean-François Seïde could never have imagined what fate had in store for him on Jan. 12, 2010. “The thing I learned the most is to not really get attached to anything because it can be gone ...

    2. Residents of Labadie Village on the north coast of Haiti now have access to clean water and improved sanitation, thanks to a partnership between Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. and the Pan American Development Foundation .

    3. Cicilia Laurent, who moved to Canada after Haitian earthquake, had a document stating she was born Jan. 31, 1896.

    4. CAP-HAITIAN, Haiti--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Residents of Labadie Village on the north coast of Haiti now have access to clean water and improved sanitation, thanks to a partnership between Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. and the Pan American Development Foundation (PADF). Before the sanitation project, residents in Labadie had limited access to drinking water and other basic services. With $300,000 in ...

    5. Since last Saturday, the San Ysidro border crossing separating Tijuana from San Diego, California has seen a continuous stream of men, women and children from the distant shores of Guinea, Angola and Haiti.

      Haitian, African migrants reach Mexico seeking a... - AFP via Yahoo! New Zealand News

    6. Hundreds of migrants from Haiti and Africa have streamed in recent days into the Mexican border city of Tijuana, hoping to apply for political asylum in the neighboring United States. Since last Saturday, the San Ysidro border crossing separating Tijuana from San Diego, California has seen a continuous stream of men, women and children from the distant shores of Guinea, Angola and Haiti.

    7. Port-au-Prince (AFP) - When a pregnant woman died outside one ofHaiti's major public hospitals in Port-au-Prince last week, her family and neighbors lashed out in despair and anger. Striking medical resident Joseph Herold shared in mourning her death, but he blames the government for starving the health system of essential funding and support. Surgeons in Port-au-Prince, he says, have put up ...

    8. ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- Visions of future NFL grandeur aren't dancing in Claudell Louis' head as the 6-foot-5, 294-pound undrafted defensive lineman stands on the edge of the Buffalo Bills' practice field Tuesday after his team's second organized team

    9. Cargo jet from WPAFB delivers food to Haiti

      Springfield News-SunMay 26 05:06 PM

      A C-17 Globemaster III cargo jet packed with hundreds of thousands of packaged meals took off from Wright-Patterson on Thursday to deliver the food to the impoverished nation of Haiti for the second time in three years. The Air Force Reserve 445th Airlift Wing hauled 615,000 meals of rice and beans or more than 102,000 pounds of dried food, said Lt. Col. Cynthia Harris, a unit spokeswoman. The ...

    10. The entrepreneurs easing suffering, one invention at a time

      Christian Science Monitor via Yahoo! NewsMay 25 05:30 AM

      Danish artist Olafur Eliasson’s efforts to help orphans in Ethiopia came with a startling realization: more than 1 billion people worldwide live without electric light. Volunteering in Haiti after the 2010 earthquake, San Francisco civil engineer Tricia Compas-Markman was struck by the same impulse. Seeing firsthand the ravages of using contaminated water, she came up with DayOne.

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