PORT-AU-PRINCE — “I don't remember the last time I drank juice.”
That’s what a Port-au-Prince housewife, 53, said during an interview recently about her family’s current eating and drinking habits.
Haiti’s constant political turmoil, high unemployment rate, inflation, gas price increases, road blockades, supply food shortages and skyrocketing crime have compounded the food crisis for the country’s more than 11 million people.
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