In the lead-up to the Caribbean Community and Common Market’s (CARICOM) 44th annual meeting taking place this week, Jamaica’s Prime Minister Andrew Holness has said his country is willing to join an international deployment to Haiti. And, according to a survey and interviews, many Haitians would welcome the help from different partners.
"It's always the United States, Canada and France, but why do we always fall into the same problems," said Kendy Océan, a university student at the National Diplomatic and Consular Academy in Port-au-Prince. "The solutions never last. They’re always temporary."
Since the old solutions proposed have not been working after years of trying, some in Haiti want the country to try new ideas.
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