Section: Aid & Development

Haiti project to rebuild quake-devastated downtown triggers grudge in community

This article has photo gallery Published on by Joseph Guyler Delva (author)

Drawings of planned administrative city in Port-au-Prince (photo: )

Drawings of planned administrative city in Port-au-Prince

An initiative to demolish buildings has begun, authorities claim all stakeholders' rights will be protected

Haiti proceeds with plan to extend literacy to over 700,000 by 2016

This article has photo gallery Published on by Joseph Guyler Delva (author)

Oswald Thimoleon (photo: )

Oswald Thimoleon

Nearly 300,000 have already become literate while 450,000 will receive literacy classes through aggressive campaign

Twice as many men in Haiti use contraceptive methods as women

Published on by Rachel Belt (author)

Dr. Florence Guillaume, Minister of Health (photo: )

Dr. Florence Guillaume, Minister of Health

Only 1% of men use vasectomy procedure, while Haitian women prefer injections.

Haiti's President and beneficiaries mark two years of cash transfer program

Published on by Joseph Guyler Delva (author)

President Michel Martelly (left), Laurent Lamothe (Right) (photo: )

President Michel Martelly (left), Laurent Lamothe (Right)

National Social Assistance Program has already reached several million people

Haiti sets up new multimillion dollar plan to fight extreme poverty

Published on by Joseph Guyler Delva (author)

Haitian Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe (photo: )

Haitian Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe

New poverty action plan will create common agenda between international and local agencies and the government.