Haitians in America

Haitians In America: Architecture As A Means To Share History And Personality

This young Haitian-American woman is a powerhouse in her own right. Pascale Sablan’s passion for design, activism and Haiti has distinguished her from her peers, making her only the 315th black female architect to receive licensure in the United States. Continue reading

Health & Science

Health System In Haiti Takes Key Step By Launching National Tuberculosis Tracker

Haiti’s government this year launched a national electronic platform for reporting and tracking tuberculosis (TB), a key step in its efforts to capture, monitor, and report all patient-level data across the country. Continue reading

Survey Finds Many Children Not Vaccinated In Haiti

A recent survey has found “a worrying drop” in the number of children vaccinated in Haiti. Continue reading

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