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nothing paske yo gen tro fon nan diaspora epi fok gen travay pou etudyan sa yo tounen si pa gen anyen nan peyi a tou normal poum kitel.

Stephanie Julien, May 30 2012, 9:15 PM

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nothing paske yo gen tro fon nan diaspora epi fok gen travay pou etudyan sa yo tounen si pa gen anyen nan peyi a tou normal poum kitel. read more >
Stephanie Julien, 30-May-12 9:15 pm
This is nothing inherent to Haiti. Young people all over the world when they cannot find jobs they migrated to other parts of the country or to... read more >
Bernadette, 30-May-12 11:01 pm
That does not surprise me at all. Now the Haitian government needs to give them an incentive to lure them back to Haiti. The brain drain will... read more >
Etienne, 31-May-12 1:23 am
In my estimation, there isn't much the government can do to lure those Haitians back to the country. First of all, the government is unable to pay... read more >
David Grant, 31-May-12 2:01 am
Se pa sitelman lajan an, min pa gin securite. Mwen rimin peyi a et mwen tou ta vle retounin pou ede min ak chak nou pran nouvel se dega selman. read more >
Marcda, 31-May-12 1:52 pm
I would love to go back to Haiti and invest my time and money and some day retire there, but I cannot. I was born in Haiti in 1959 and now a... read more >
Herold, 31-May-12 6:28 pm
I love your insight on cuutlres different from our own. Like many differences in culture, it's hard to say which facets of jealousy and covetousness... read more >
Jane, 3-Jul-12 5:42 am

 

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