Haiti to reform army after 20 years without
Haiti’s government has launched a campaign to reestablish its army. However, critics say the island’s money would be better spent on the national police force. Continue reading.
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio joins call for investigation into DEA office in Haiti
The Drug Enforcement Administration’s Haiti office has been alleged to retaliate against whistle-blowers and mishandle personnel matters. Due to the number of drugs trafficked into Florida through Haiti, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio is calling for an investigation into the Drug Enforcement Administration’s Haiti office. Continue Reading.
Aspen nonprofit shows Haitians a taste of America
Five Haitian children visited institutions and museums, met with doctors, scientist, philanthropists and elected officials under the care of HaitiChildren. In 1994, HaitiChildren was founded to provide care and education for disabled, orphaned and abandoned children in the developing country. Continue reading.
STM completes third technology mission trip to Haiti
St. Thomas More Catholic High brings the Respire Haiti school technology, educational materials and books for the third year in a row. They also created a computer lab to teach students and teachers how to use the new technology. Continue reading.